Talk:Lundin Petroleum

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Sudan war[edit]

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In June 2010, the European Coalition on Oil in Sudan published the report 'Unpaid Debt' that argued why the company may have been complicit in war crimes and crimes against humanity when working in Sudan between 1998 and 2003. Lundin Petroleum has denied any wrongdoing. After studying the report, Swedish Public Prosecutor opened a criminal investigation into links between Sweden and the reported crimes. Leading Swedish lawyer Percy Bratt believes that members of Lundin Petroleum's senior management and Board of Directors are among the identified suspects, including Ian Lundin and Carl Bildt, now the Swedish minister of foreign affairs. Watti Renew (talk) 10:44, 10 October 2012 (UTC)
Report: Unpaid debt press release and UNPAID_DEBT (pdf). Watti Renew (talk) 10:55, 10 October 2012 (UTC)