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In 2007, the Ecuadorian government gave Canada's Ivanhoe Energy drilling rights to a massive oil block, with the first wells slated for development alongside the Misahualli River in the heart of the Sacred Valley. More

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Investor's Eye on the Amazon - December 2012

December 2012

First, some good news! Thanks in no small part to shareholder advocacy efforts, Talisman Energy and ConocoPhillips announced plans this fall to withdraw from key oil blocks in the Peruvian Amazon. And in the historic Chevron lawsuit, the Ecuadorian plaintiffs have launched a global enforcement strategy, which is already making strides in Argentina. Meanwhile, shareholders are keeping up pressure on the company over its $19 billion liability.

Investor's Eye on the Amazon - May 2012

May 2012

In this Spring edition of Investor's Eye on the Amazon, we would like to draw your attention to several investor resolutions at Chevron, news that Talisman Energy may pull out of Peru altogether, and protests by Vale shareholders over its huge investments in disastrous projects like Brazil's Belo Monte dam.

Indigenous Group Rejects Ivanhoe's Rainforest Oil Project in Calgary

Ecuadorian tribal leader delivers opposition statement to company headquarters

May 9, 2012

Calgary, Canada – A surprise guest met representatives of Canadian-based Ivanhoe Energy this morning at its Calgary headquarters to denounce the company's oil operations in Ecuador.

Investor's Eye on the Amazon - December 2011

December 2011

In this winter edition of Investor's Eye on the Amazon, we would like to draw your attention to a co-filing opportunity at Chevron, urgent on-the-ground testimony about Canadian company Talisman Energy's divisive oil operations in the ancestral territory of the Achuar people, and an update from the frontlines in Ecuador where Rukullacta Kichwa leaders and community members have rejected Ivanhoe Energy's controversial oil operations in their ancestral territory.

Indigenous Group Again Rejects Ivanhoe's Drilling Plans, Takes Battle to Ecuador's Congress

Indigenous Group Again Rejects Ivanhoe's Drilling Plans, Takes Battle to Ecuador's Congress

December 12, 2011

From the streets of Quito to Ecuador's Congressional chamber, Rukullacta goes public in rejecting Ivanhoe’s project, finding inspiration in an ancient Amazonian leader.

Investor's Eye on the Amazon - October 2011

October 2011

This third edition of our Investor's Eye on the Amazon quarterly email newsletter is jam-packed with important updates from a number of our campaigns.

Ivanhoe Energy and the Pungarayacu Project in Ecuador

Ivanhoe Energy and the Pungarayacu Project in Ecuador

An Amazon Watch Risk Assessment

September 2011

This report explores risks faced by Ivanhoe Energy investors from the Pungarayacu project, as well as those stemming from the company's history and questionable fiduciary management.

Above the Law?

Ivanhoe Energy commences covert drilling activities in the Ecuadorian Amazon

June 8, 2011

In brazen disregard for both Ecuadorian and international law, Canadian company Ivanhoe Energy has started secret oil exploration activities on legally-titled land of the Kichwa indigenous people of Rucullacta without the community's permission.

Investor's Eye on the Amazon - May 2011

May 2011

This is the second edition of our Investor's Eye on the Amazon quarterly email newsletter, featuring a new report entitled "An Analysis of the Operational Risks to Chevron Corporation from Aguinda v. ChevronTexaco."

A Lose-Lose Proposition

Ivanhoe Energy In Ecuador's Block 20

May 2011Amazon Watch

Canada's Ivanhoe Energy is in the exploration phase of a new heavy oil drilling project in Ecuador, a country that has seen some of the ugliest consequences of extractive industry and, as a reaction to that, some of the most tenacious grassroots resistance to it anywhere in the world.

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