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06.11 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Lie 3: "Our work will be to the benefit of the local populations"This common element in the discourse of all involved oil companies hinges on a misinterpretation of international law, and of the Makhzen control over economical activities in Morocco.
06.11 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Lie 2: “We're talking to the local populations"Even though the Saharawi people have an internationally recognized right to self-determination – the right to decide about the land and its resources – oil companies have become quite creative in completely ignoring that right, while making it appear as if they’re doing the opposite.
06.11 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Lie 1: "Oil exploration in Western Sahara is perfectly lawful"The companies that are operating in Western Sahara under an oil exploration licence granted by the Moroccan government, will go out of their way to stress the legality of their activities.
20.07 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Saharawi refugees protest San Leon Energy's plunder plansic_sanleon6_610.jpgIrish company is to drill for occupying power Morocco. Saharawi refugees who were forcibly displaced following the occupation, protest their plans.
13.07 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
San Leon Energy to drill in occupied territory ic_sanleon_elaaiun_2015.jpgThe UK/Irish company San Leon is planning to drill in Western Sahara in a few weeks from now, even though UN says further exploration is illegal. WSRW condemns the plans.
Read also: Western Sahara is part of Morocco, San Leon states before drilling

13.07 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Western Sahara is part of Morocco, San Leon states before drillingic_protest_irish_oil_firms_610.jpgIrish/UK oil company San Leon Energy stated to Irish media today that next month's drilling is located in "Moroccan Southern Provices". Only one government in the world labels the occupied territory in similar way: Morocco. Irish lawyers warn of legal steps.
15.04 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
243 organisations ask UN to condemn Morocco's colonial oil plansic_protest_camps_natural_resources_hr.jpg"No oil drilling should take place in the territory until the Saharawis have had the chance to exercise their right to self-determination and have freely and fairly decided the political status of their homeland", the appeal to the Security Council writes. Read the full letter, and list of signatures, here.
29.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
New Age is the operator of the Foum Ognit blockThe WSRW report A Platform for Conflict published in October 2014 left it unclear which company - of New Age and Glencore - was the operator of the Foum Ognit block. The answer is New Age.
27.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Cairn Energy places occupied Western Sahara in Moroccoic_cairnenergy_610.jpgCairn Energy launched today its annual report showing total failure to understand the background of the occupied territory in which it holds interest. Former UN Legal Counsel has already slammed the operation they carry out to be in violation of international law.
14.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Kosmos Energy, did you see these beatings? Any further oil exploration in Western Sahara is illegal unless the Saharawis want it themselves, according to the UN. The companies involved do not care.

02.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Kosmos Energy ignores pleas from the owners of Western Sahara oilic_kosmos9_610.jpgNo oil exploration can take place in Western Sahara unless people consent to it. Today Kosmos announced will to continue searching in Western Sahara despite condemnations from the people of the territory See Saharawis mobilise.
02.03 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Kosmos continues despite non-commercial find in Western Saharaic_kosmos_protest_camps.jpgKosmos Energy today announced that it had “encountered hydrocarbons” offshore occupied Western Sahara, though not in commercial quantities. Nevertheless, the find appears to be sufficient to proceed with a second drilling later on. WSRW condemns the drilling.
26.02 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Kosmos Energy launches propaganda websiteic_kosmos_lie_610.jpgMisleads by misrepresenting international law. Check out the company's Western Sahara manipulation here.
23.02 - 2015.   Category: Archive 2015
Kosmos expects occupied Western Sahara drill results in early Marchic_32baimg_0788_610.jpgKosmos Energy today announced that it is expecting the first results from its controversial drilling in occupied Western Sahara sooner than anticipated: in early March.

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