Rumours that Galp/ENI would be seeking to have its Drilling Works Program (Proposed Scope of Work) for 2018 submitted for comments to local municipalities started to surface on Wednesday the 8 November.
At ASMAA we have spent a lot of time debating about tackling this issue at this specific time. Should we, shouldn’t we? A big dillema ...
2000 Km, villages without count, and meeting many, many people. Seeing with eyes that see, hearing with ears that heard, and observing quietly, and digesting all that we experienced in our extended trip.
More than one year ago we started thinking about opening our very own charity and up-cycling shop, but circumstances and lack of funds kept on forcing us to put it on a backburner …
Christmas is just around the corner, a few weeks away, and as many of you will know at ASMAA we have been actively involved in assisting the fire victims up north - now we want to do something different to help them over the festive season. Will you help us achieve it by filling a Christmas Shoebox?
After many nights without being able to sleep, with images of a “war zone created by questionable fires”, and destroyed areas crossing my mind every time I close my eyes, at ASMAA we launch today a challenge to our MPs in the Portuguese parliament.
Is it at all possible that ENI/Galp could still drill in the deep offshore off Aljezur’s coast in spite of all denials by government? Is it the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?
It was with absolute astonishment that ASMAA found itself embroiled in various unfounded but very serious allegations of political bias and alleged political misconduct.