- 5 June 2013
- The Phnom Penh Post
- Economy and commerce / Energy / Environment and natural resources / Environmental and biodiversity protection / Extractive Industries / Generation and distribution facilities / Non-renewable energy production / Oil and gas resources / Protected areas / Siem Reap
- Block 17 / Cambodian National Petroleum Authority / CNPA / Council of Ministers / Deputy Prime Minister Sok An / Development and Partnership in Action / energy / environmental impacts / environmental pollution / extractive industry / Gas / gas reserves / geological survey / Investment / JAPAN Oil Gas and Metals National Corporation / Japanese aid / Japanese companies / JOGMEC / Mam Sambath / Men Den / metal / oil / oil and gas exploration / oil exploration / oil exploration blocks / oil exploration site / oil extraction / oil investment / Oil Pipelines / oil refineries / onshore 2D seismic acquisition / onshore petroleum / Petroleum / petroleum agreement / petroleum exploration / pipelines / Preah Vihear / Preah Vihear Province / refineries / rice fields / Seismic acquisition / Siem Reap / Siem Reap Province / Sok An
The hunt for oil around northwestern Cambodia has unearthed “positive” results for Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC), which intends to continue exploring the area in a project that could last at least six more years, a government spokesman said. JOGMEC’s survey on the ...
- 12 April 2013
- The Cambodia Daily
- Agricultural production / Agriculture and fishing / Biofuel crops / Crop products and commodities / Economic land concessions and plantations / Economy and commerce / Exports / Imports / Judiciary and courts / Land / Land tenure and land titling / Law and judiciary / Public land lease / Sugar / Trade
- American Sugar / American Sugar Holdings / Community Legal Education Center / economic land concession / ELC / Jones Day / Khon Kaen Sugar / Koh Kong Province / Land rights / murder / Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development / plantation / refineries / rice paddies / sugar cane / Tate & Lyle / Tate & Lyle PLC / Tate & Lyle Sugars / U.K’s High Court of Justice / U.S. National Contact Point / UK / Washington
Hundreds of Cambodian families are suing the British sugar firm Tate & Lyle in one of the U.K’s highest courts over a pair of plantations in Koh Kong province they accuse of violently forcing them off their land and out of their homes. The British law ...