Historical Dictionary of Equatorial Guinea
, Lanhan, Maryland: 1998.
Mann - who faces 30 years in jail if convicted - was arrested in 2004 at Harare airport with 61 alleged accomplices when their plane touched down on the way to Equatorial Guinea
Interest holders in EG LNG Co are Marathon, with a 60 percent interest, Sonagas, the National Gas Company of Equatorial Guinea
, with a 25 percent interest, as well as Marubeni Gas Development Co.
provided insufficient protection and care to trafficking victims during the reporting period.
Unlike some other Gulf of Guinea oil producers, Equatorial Guinea
has decided at a fairly early stage in its development to make the most of its gas reserves.
However, I'm very happy to have had the opportunity to do so, and to do so under oath, because as you have observed from my answers to the questions it is patently clear that I had nothing to do with financing any coup in Equatorial Guinea
,' he said.
confirms it has charged Thatcher with an alleged coup plot.
He was held in Zimbabwe, allegedly with a plane full of mercenaries on their way to overthrow the Equatorial Guinea
basis at Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea
, with pricing linked principally to the Henry Hub index.
From 1995 until 2004, Riggs Bank administered more than 60 accounts and CDs for the government of Equatorial Guinea
, Equatorial Guinea
government officials or their family members.
has emerged as the largest foreign investor in Equatorial Guinea
with Exxon/Mobil and Hess among corporations engaged in large-scale off-shore production.
The European Union and Equatorial Guinea
initialled a Protocol on 12 February to the Fisheries Agreement between the two parties for a period of three years from 1 July 2001.
Historical and forecast data and information for all the major gas fields, (Liquified Natural Gas) LNG Terminals and pipelines in Equatorial Guinea
for the period 2005-2016.
During this visit, the two countries signed important cooperation agreements that will contribute positively to the development of Equatorial Guinea
This World AIDS Day, Equatorial Guinea
was recognized by The White House, through the presence of American oarsman Victor Mooney.