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October 2003's Issue

Pipeline cowboys: Rustling for oil

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The Blessed Curse

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Currents

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Running On Empty

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The NI Essay

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The Facts

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Pipelines To Power

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Letters

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Mixedmedia

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Moths To The Flame

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Pipedreams

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El Salvador

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View From The South

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Paul Biya

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Pipedreams

The facts and fictions behind the PR hype used to build Africa’s Chad-Cameroon pipeline.

Once upon a pipeline...

James Marriott and Greg Muttitt tell tales of how public funds used for private projects will rob the people of Azerbaijan, Turkey and Georgia.

  • 1 Oct 2003
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Paying the Pipers – The Facts

Who’s got oil, who wants it and who profits from it.

  • 1 Oct 2003
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True gold of our future

Costa Rica has banned oil exploration. Mark Engler and Nadia Martinez find out how.

  • 1 Oct 2003
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Moths to the Flame

In Colombia’s civil war, the Caño Limón-Coveñas pipeline keeps both the Government and guerrillas in arms. Pick the true terrorist with Jason Hagen.

  • 1 Oct 2003
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Running on empty

Oil’s running out. Adam Porter surveys the consequences.

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Pipelines to power

Oil pipelines are supposed to bring power to the people, but Chris Richards finds conflict and corruption littering their length.

And the oil runneth over...

A gallery of spills, explosions and flares from around the world.

  • 1 Oct 2003
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The blessed curse

Asia’s richest country is trying to take oil and gas away from Asia’s poorest country. Quinton Temby uncovers some devious diplomacy.

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