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Lundin Energy trial

Two former Lundin Energy (now Orrön) executives have been charged for complicity in war crimes in Sudan between 1999 and 2003. The long-anticipated trial starts on 5 September 2023 in Stockholm.

Summary

On 11 November 2021, the Swedish public prosecutor, formally charged the chief executive of Lundin Energy (formerly Lundin Petroleum, now Orrön) and the chairman of the Board for aiding and abetting war crimes that occurred between 1999 and 2003 in Sudan, now South Sudan. The Swedish investigation began after a 2010 report by PAX for the European Coalition on Oil in Sudan (ECOS) , Unpaid Debt, alleged that members of the Lundin Consortium (including OMV AG of Austria and Petronas of Malaysia) may have been complicit in the commission of international crimes. Both the chief executive and chairman of the Board deny the allegations. The trial started on 5 September 2023 in Stockholm.

Key Links

Lundin Energy lawsuit (re complicity in war crimes, Sudan)

Trial updates

Civil Rights Defenders Trial Reports

Lundin War Crimes Trial Podcast

Background Information

PAX Unpaid Debt page

OECD Complaint against AkerBP and Aker at Norwegian NCP