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UK universities have £5.2bn invested in the fossil fuel industry, report says

Blue and Green Tomorrow,  by Ilaria Bertini
Shale Gas Exploitation in Algeria: Interview with an Algerian Journalist and Anti-Fracking Campaigner

Shale Gas Exploitation in Algeria: Interview with an Algerian Journalist and Anti-Fracking Campaigner

Global Frackdown 2 will be taking place on Saturday 19th October. It is an initiative that is aiming to bring together community actions from all over the world to challenge hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, so we thought it would be good to hear from someone in Algeria about the situation there. Algeria has made some amendments...
An oil and gas executive we can (sort of) get behind!

An oil and gas executive we can (sort of) get behind!

We’ve engaged in a lot of AGM activism over the years, mainly on Shell, BP and RBS, and we’ve been privileged to work alongside many different visitors from impacted communities who’ve come to these AGMs to speak ‘truth to power’. In recent years there’s been some really powerful interventions from people from Gulf Coast Communities devastated...

Platform in 50-minute live TV feature on The Oil Road, Democracy Now, 8th October 2013

From Caspian Sea to Arctic to Middle East, How Oil Pipelines Threaten Democracy & Planet’s Survival. Interview with Anna Galkina, James Marriott (of Platform), and author of ‘Carbon Democracies’ Timothy Mitchell, with anchor  Amy Goodman.    
News from Virginia - The most difficult retreat of all

News from Virginia – The most difficult retreat of all

Mika Minio-Paluello, Anna Galkina and James Marriott are travelling in North America as part of a book-tour to promote The Oil Road – Journeys from the Caspian to the City of London. You can find more info about their confirmed speaking dates in Virginia, the Bay Area, Toronto, Baltimore and Washington DC, New Orleans and...
No Dash For Gas wisely avoid dialogue with EDF and Will Hutton

No Dash For Gas wisely avoid dialogue with EDF and Will Hutton

Everyone’s favourite chimney ninjas No Dash For Gas (NDFG) have revealed today that they’ve declined an offer from EDF Energy via Will Hutton to take part in a ‘Stakeholder Advisory Panel’ to help them figure out the problems of climate change and meeting energy demand. It’s a marked change of tactic considering that the energy...

‘Oil City’ reviewed in Red Pepper

by Siobhan McGuirk
From the Niger Delta to the City of London: taking the fight to Shell

From the Niger Delta to the City of London: taking the fight to Shell

There are moments sometimes when you are suddenly struck by the realisation that this is what life is about. I am not talking about being in the green fields at Glastonbury after a rather potent chai tea. I am talking about the feeling of a tiny, temporary re-balancing of the injustice of the universe –...

Oil trading scandal ‘unsurprising’ based on BP and Shell’s past record

16 May 2013 Reacting to the unfolding oil price fixing investigations of BP and Shell, Platform oil campaigner Mika Minio-Paluello said: “The scale of the likely market-rigging by BP and Shell is shocking but unsurprising. BP and Shell have a record of making massive profits at the expense of the public by either price-fixing or...

Report: Shell gushed cash on Nigeria security

Al Jazeera – August 20, 2012

Nigeria took 40 pct of Shell security spend in late 2000s-NGO

Reuters – August 20, 2012

Shell paid Nigeria millions to guard oil facilities

AFP –  August 20, 2012