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Foreign oil-indigenouspeople-national government

Foreign oil-indigenouspeople-national government -...

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I'm sick of following my dreams. I'm just going to ask them where they're goin', and hook up with them later.
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Foreign Oil Companies National Government Indigenous People
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A total of 120 fatal work injuries occurred in the oil and gas extraction industry in 2008. The three most frequent fatal events in 2008 were transportation incidents (41 percent), contact with objects and equipment (25 percent), and fires and explosions (15 percent). The number of fatal work injuries associated with fires and explosions over the past five years ranged from 10 fatalities in 2007 to 21 fatalities in 2006. In 2008, there were 18 fatalities.
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Texaco actively drilling and producing oil from Ecuador rain forest. Texaco claims $497m in profits from this 20 year project pumping more than 1.5 Billion barrels of oil. Toxic waste was stored in hundreds of pits dug next to wells. While operating trans‐Ecuadorean pipeline, spills from line released an estimated 16.8 million gallons of crude oil.
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