Morocco: Oil and gas exploration in disputed Western Sahara back under the spotlight


Issue 380 - 08 Nov 2018
A campaign group based in Galway and London has filed a complaint with the Irish government claiming that San Leon Energy is in breach of the guidelines for multinational enterprises set out by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) due to its activities in the onshore Tarfaya and Zag licence areas. On 24 October, Global Legal Action Network (Glan) approached the Irish government’s National Contact Point (NCP), which is based in the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation and deals with corporate adherence to the OECD’s guidelines.

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