Information Center: 03/2011

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Research and Markets
March 1, 2011

“The Future of Equatorial Guinea Oil and Gas Industry to 2020” provides a comprehensive overview of the Equatorial Guinea oil and gas sector, covering the entire value chain of the industry. It analyzes and forecasts each of the oil and gas segments in Equatorial Guinea including upstream sector, pipeline, refinery, LNG and storage sectors. The report also gives detailed analysis of investment opportunities in each sector, highlighting the growth potential and feasibility of projects. It also identifies the key challenges, drivers and restraints in the country’s oil and gas industry and the impact of these metrics on the industry.

Reporters without Borders
March 4, 2011

Reporters Without Borders condemns a wave of government censorship in the past few days at Radio-Télévision Nationale de Guinée Équatoriale (RTVGE), a state-owned broadcaster that is kept under very close surveillance by information minister Jeronimo Osa Osa.

Ken Silverstein
March 5, 2011

This article details the luxurious lifestyle that President Obiang's son, Teodorin, enjoys as Minister of Agriculture and Forestry of Equatorial Guinea. It further details his activities and the millions of dollars he spends which some believe come from corrupt activities.

International Business Publications, USA
March 8, 2011

Info on economic and political climate in Equatorial Guinea and overview of most important laws and regulations affecting businesses in the country and the region. Updated annually

March 25, 2011

The protests sweeping across North Africa and the Middle East have inspired demands for political reform in Equatorial Guinea.

March 28, 2011

The limited constitutional reforms proposed by Equatoguinean President Teodoro Obiang late last week could be a positive step toward increased respect for democracy. But to be credible and effective these reforms must be accompanied by broader fundamental reform measures that guarantee full citizen participation, the rule of law, and the protection of basic civil liberties and human dignity, EG Justice said today.

March 9, 2011

An article publicizing the release of EG Justice's report "Disempowered Voices: The Status of Civil Society in Equatorial Guinea," which analyzes the challenges confronting civil society engagement in Equatorial Guinea.

EG Justice
March 3, 2011

This 37 page report analyzes the serious obstacles that civil society organizations still encounter in their efforts to organize and operate in Equatorial Guinea. It identifies systematic failures on the part of the Equatoguinean government to allow the full and independent participation of these groups. The report examines the ways in which governmental actions and laws hinder effective civil society mobilization and activism inside the country, including problems associated with undue government intervention in civil society activities and an ambiguous and arbitrarily enforced legal framework that enables government officials to selectively discriminate against organizations. The report includes a series of recommendations for the Equatoguinean government and other organizations that should be implemented to ensure full citizen participation.

March 3, 2011

The report "Disempowered Voices: The Status of Civil Society in Equatorial Guinea" analyzes the serious obstacles that civil society organizations encounter.

March 9, 2011

In a letter to the U.S. Department of State, EG Justice asked for greater U.S. pressure on the government of Equatorial Guinea to protect the human rights and civil liberties of citizens.

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