Today, Aker BP’s shareholders voted to acquire Lundin Energy’s oil and gas assets, perpetuating the injustices that Lundin Energy stands accused of in court. Aker BP has now formally decided to join Lundin Energy in its disregard for survivors of war crimes. (11/11)
Following the @UnpaidDebt report by PAX for the European Coalition on Oil in Sudan (ECOS), the Swedish public prosecutor started an investigation on Lundin Energy’s alleged crimes. (2/11)
Between '97-'03, Swedish oil & gas company Lundin Energy allegedly contributed to systematic human rights violations and war crimes in (South) Sudan by requesting abusive military to create the conditions for the company's operations. This enabled Lundin to make a fortune. (1/11)
Investors voting against remedy for victims of suspected war crimes. What was the ethical reasoning behind this, one wonders?
Demonstrations against Lundin Energy outside the AGM did not change the shareholders. @ap4, @SkandiaSE, Norwegian Bank voted against remedy for victims of war crimes in Lundin’s concession area, 1997-2003. #RemedyLiechVictims https://www.dn.se/ekonomi/protester-utanfor-lundins-sista-bolagsstamma/