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  1. Pacific Rubiales provides operational update

    TORONTO, Aug. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/- Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. (TSX: PRE; BVC: PREC; BOVESPA: PREB) today provided an update on its current operating activities. These include: (1) the receipt of the environmental licence required to increase water inj (...)

  2. Pacific Rubiales union problems: a year later, new weirdness

    Interfax has a clear, complete report on what reporter Anatoly Kurmanaev and I saw in the Colombian llanos two weeks ago. I have written to Pacific Rubiales requesting comment on the story and will update this post if they get in touch. From Interfax: Wha (...)

  3. Shame on This Canadian Company

    Français A Toronto-based company is trampling on the rights of workers, indigenous people and the environment in Colombia, but Canadian officials are more concerned with strengthening business ties in the country. As president of Canada's largest ene (...)

  4. Anti oil giant Pacific Rubiales rally in Puerto Gaitán

    Pacific Rubiales Energy has over the last decade grown to be the largest independent oil company in South America. A result of a myriad of mergers between different companies, it can trace its presence in Colombia back to 1982 and made big inroads in the (...)

  5. New attack on the organizers of judgment against Pacific Rubiales

    Español Death threats against community leader, his family and the union, hacking web sites, stealing computers and records of the hearings of Puerto Gaitan. Bogotá, 20 July 2013   During the early hours of today, Saturday 20 July, the house of the Brothe (...)

  6. NGOs prepare ethical tribunal on Pacific Rubiales

    Español Français Canadian NGOs met with residents of Puerto Gaitán, Meta (Colombia) to gather evidence that Campo Rubiales is polluting and endangering the population Campo Rubiales / Gabriel Aponte Nine members of Canadian civil society organizations wen (...)

  7. Colombian labour union accuses Canada’s Pacific Rubiales Energy of intimidation

    MEDELLIN, Colombia – Colombian authorities are investigating accusations a Canadian resources company has used threats and intimidation to bust up union activity. USO, a Colombian labour union, has filed a complaint with the country’s Attorney General all (...)

  8. Labour leaders participate in hearing against Canadian oil giant in Colombia this week Newswire (...)

  9. Colombian Popular Tribunal to try Canadian oil company

    BOGOTA, Colombia, July 12, 2013 /CNW Telbec/- Representatives of Canadian and Quebec's civil society organizations are in Colombia this week as part of a delegation to support and observe a popular hearing on the actions of Canadian oil company Pacif (...)

  10. Canadian Pension Plan Divests from Excellon Resources

    shares on the Torontostock exchange has sunk to an all-time low. (...)