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ECOS publications

ECOS, June 2010
Unpaid Debt
The Legacy of Lundin, Petronas and OMV in Block 5A, Sudan 1997
A comprehensive overview of the role of the Lundin Consortium in the oil war. ECOS calls upon the Swedish, Austrian and Malaysian governments to investigate whether, as a matter of international law, Lundin, OMV and Petronas 'were complicit in the commission of war crimes and crimes against humanity by others during the period 1997-2003.’ In response, the Swedish Public Prosecutor for International crimes opened a criminal investigation into ‘links between Sweden and the reported crimes’. The investigation is likely to be focusing on senior managers and members of the Board of Directors of Lundin Petroleum.

Arabic translation of Unpaid Debt, 2011

ECOS, April 2014
Scrutiny of South Sudan’s Oil Industry
Three studies into Community Relations, Labour Practices and Impact on Land Use Patterns.

ECOS May 2013
Resolution to be presented at the Annual General Meeting of Lundin Petroleum AB
Resolution regarding the implementation of the United Nations Guiding Principles on
Business and Human Rights

ECOS, March 2012
Resolutions to be presented at the AGM of Lundin Petroleum
ECOS has requested the Board of Lundin Petroleum to table five resolutions for voting at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) scheduled for 10 May 2012.

ECOS, March 2012
Supporting Statements to Proposals for resolutions to be presented at the AGM in Lundin Petroleum AB

ECOS, March 2012
Lundin Petroleum Shareholders Resolutions May 10

ECOS, March 2012
Lundin Petroleum Supporting Statement AGM Proposals May 10

ECOS, 2011
International arbitration for victims of Sudanese oil contracts
As part of its justice-and-peace agenda, the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) established an entitlement to compensation for people whose rights have been violated during the oil wars. As domestic legal process would be unrealistic, ECOS advocates for international arbitration.

ECOS, December 2010
Post-Referendum Arrangements for Sudan's Oil Industry
How to separate Siamese twins
In this report, ECOS draws attention to fundamental factors in the negotiations about oil undertaken after the referendum on the separation of South Sudan. ECOS offers recommendations on how oil could contribute to peace and sustainable development.

ECOS, December 2010
Sudan's oil industry on the eve of the referendum
In this report, ECOS urges having the populations of North and South Sudan both benefit fairly from oil revenues. Once South Sudan secedes from North Sudan, the countries will need proper agreements on the distribution of oil revenues. This report offers an overview of the facts, and analyses the most important challenges for the period preceding South Sudan’s independence.

ECOS, June 2010
ECOS open letter to the shareholders of Lundin Petroleum
ECOS' reaction to the letter of Lundin Petroleum to its shareholders, reiterating the report UNPAID DEBT contains critical new evidence to support our position that Lundin, Petronas and OMV have violated norms of international law in Sudan.

Erik Prins, report prepared for the European Coalition on Oil in Sudan, August 2009
Satellite Mapping of Land Cover and Use in relation to Oilexploitation in Concession Block 5A in Southern Sudan 1987–2006
Satellite image analysis of changes in land use patters during the oil war, showing decreases in agricultural activity of up to 80% by 2003.

ECOS, April 2008
Sudan, Who’s Oil? Facts and Analysis 
Concise factual information about Sudan's oil industry.

ECOS, May 2006
Oil development in northern Upper Nile Sudan
This report describes the consequences of oil extraction in Sudan’s Melut Basin, as told by the inhabitants of the area and illustrated with satellite photos. It focuses on the Melut and Maban Counties in Renk District.

ECOS, June 2003
Sudan's Road to Peace: the European dimension
Report of the ECOS June 24, 2003 conference about Europe’s role in Sudan’s peace process. 

Diane deGuzman, edited by Egbert G.Ch. Wesselink, for the European Coalition on Oil in Sudan, januari-march 2002
Depopulating Sudan's oil regions
Two fact finding teams take stock of the impact of the oil war on rural communities.