Exxon busy destroying tribal land in Papa New Guinea + possibly releasing large quantities of the major Greenhouse Gas Methane into the atmosphere.
In December of 2009, the U.S. Ex Im Bank gave a record $3 Billion dollars in financing to ExxonMobil for a controversial Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project in Papua New Guinea. NGOs and Civil Society groups in Papua New Guinea and abroad warned Ex Im Bank that this project’s pipeline would slice through tribal lands and stir conflicts among local people. And, as predicted, that’s exactly what happened.
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