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Maritime security: Marathon tries to resist Teodorin's plans to militarise Punta Europa LNG installations

The gas installations at Punta Europa, on the island of Bioko, in Equatorial Guinea.
The gas installations at Punta Europa, on the island of Bioko, in Equatorial Guinea. © Pascal Fletcher/Equatorial-Image/Reuters
A recent attempt by Nigerians from Niger Delta to take Marathon employees hostage in Equatorial Guinea has caused president-in-waiting Teodorin Obiang Nguema to react. He wants to impose security measures but the oil companies strongly disagree. [...] (347 words)
Issue dated 11/11/2020 Reading time 2 minutes
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