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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
85KADUNA12071985-10-09 12:39:00Consulate KadunaUNCLASSIFIEDNORTHERN NIGERIA ECONOMIC QUARTERLYNo
86KAMPALA23141986-07-16 09:14:00Embassy KampalaCONFIDENTIALMUSEVENI AND THE RADICAL MUSLIMS.No
90STATE2447931990-07-26 10:24:00Secretary of StateCONFIDENTIALIRAQ IS NOT BLINKINGNo
97DHAKA41871997-09-04 11:19:00Embassy DhakaCONFIDENTIALAMBASSADOR'S INTRODUCTORY MEETING WITH BANGLADESH PRIME MINISTER SHEIKH HASINANo
00HANOI8992000-04-28 08:40:00Embassy HanoiUNCLASSIFIEDVIETNAM: PREPARING FOR APEC ENERGY MINISTERS MEETINGNo
00HARARE49412000-09-06 14:15:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALMUGABE DISCUSSES FUEL AND PAN-AFRICAN UNITY IN TRIPOLINo
00HARARE53502000-09-22 10:24:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALGOVERNMENT CONTINUES STOPGAP FUEL ACQUISITION IN ANTICIPATION OF POSSIBLE CABINET CONSIDERATION OF OIL INDUSTRY RESTRUCTURINGNo
00HARARE53642000-09-25 15:09:00Embassy HarareUNCLASSIFIEDGOVERNMENT OF ZIMBABWE NOTIFIED ON EXCHANGE OF OIL FROM U.S. STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE.No
00HARARE53972000-09-26 14:04:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE BANK DIRECTOR PROVIDES SOME HOPE FOR MORE STEADY FUEL SUPPLIESNo
00STATE2296662000-12-04 18:23:00Secretary of StateUNCLASSIFIEDTALKING POINTS ON IRAQI SUSPENSION OF OIL EXPORTSNo
00KINSHASA83852000-12-18 15:35:00Embassy KinshasaUNCLASSIFIEDWEEKLY ECONOMIC REPORT - WEEK OF DECEMBER 11 - DECEMBER 17No
00KINSHASA85582000-12-26 15:09:00Embassy KinshasaUNCLASSIFIEDWEEKLY ECONOMIC REPORT - WEEK OF DECEMBER 18 - DECEMBER 24No
01ABUJA9972001-05-04 17:38:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIEDRevenue Sharing and Resource ControlNo
01ABUJA15292001-06-29 15:05:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: AMBASSADOR'S MEETING WITH SPECIAL ADVISOR ON PETROLEUM; PREDICTIONS OF INCREASING ROLE FOR U.S. COMPANIESNo
01ABUJA16242001-07-10 12:40:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: MEETING WITH SPECIAL ADVISOR FOR PETROLEUM RILWANU LUKMAN--DOWNSTREAM DEREGULATION STILL ON TRACK; REFINERY REHABILITATION MISHANDLEDNo
01ABUJA25112001-10-03 10:58:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALOBASANJO TO RELEASE 1.2 BILLION EXCESS CRUDE REVENUENo
01ABUJA32012001-12-13 16:07:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: ENDGAME ON GAS FLARINGNo
01ABUJA32272001-12-19 08:25:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: U.S.-U.K. TEAM RAISES VOLUNTARY PRINCIPLES ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND SECURITY WITH OIL COMPANIES AND GONNo
02ABUJA1222002-01-16 17:28:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYNIGERIA: STRIKE HAS LIMITED IMPACT DURING FIRST DAY IN NORTHERN NIGERIA; DETENTION OF NLC PRESIDENT OHSIOMHOLE MAY GALVANIZE STRIKERSNo
02ABUJA16362002-05-31 16:21:00Embassy AbujaSECRETNIGERIA: BAKASSI MAY LEAD TO CONFLICTNo
02ABUJA18142002-06-19 15:03:00Embassy AbujaSECRET//NOFORNNIGERIA: NSA MOHAMMED REMARKS ON SAO TOMENo
02AMMAN38942002-07-16 08:22:00Embassy AmmanSECRETJORDAN'S IRAQ JITTERSNo
02HARARE17192002-07-25 12:37:00Embassy HarareCONFIDENTIALZIMBABWE FACES FUEL SHORTAGES UNLESS NEW BENEFACTOR APPEARSNo
02ABUJA23262002-08-05 19:06:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIEDNIGERIA: LETTER FROM CHEVRON NIGERIA: ESCRAVOS OCCUPATION ENDSNo
02AMMAN45332002-08-13 07:05:00Embassy AmmanSECRETJORDAN: NO INCREASE IN INSURANCE OR SHIPPING CHARGES SINCE MARLO ADVISORYNo
02ABUJA24382002-08-21 17:41:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALTOP OIL ADVISORS ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT ENERGY FUTURENo
02ABUJA26652002-09-13 09:07:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: U.S. OIL EXECUTIVES TELL SENATOR BINGAMAN FLARING REDUCTION DEPENDS ON GON FUNDINGNo
02HARARE21022002-09-17 11:44:00Embassy HarareUNCLASSIFIEDFUEL SHORTAGE OR PANIC BUYING? -- FUEL QUEUES RESULT REGARDLESSNo
02ABUJA26862002-09-17 18:15:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIEDSUBJECT: NIGERIA: USTDA VISIT A SUCCESS STORYNo
02RANGOON12332002-09-25 05:35:00Embassy RangoonCONFIDENTIALPREMIER DIVESTS, PETRONAS DIGS INNo
02ABUJA27382002-09-25 15:32:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIEDNIGERIA: OIL WORKERS' STRIKE CAUSES SHORT-LIVED GASOLINE SHORTAGESNo
02ABUJA27872002-10-03 18:43:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA MIGHT IGNORE UNFAVORABLE RULING ON BAKASSINo
02HARARE22462002-10-09 10:05:00Embassy HarareUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYZIMBABWE'S FOREX/FUEL QUANDARYNo
02TEGUCIGALPA28572002-10-11 15:43:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYEMBASSY ADVOCACY FOR AES AS THE DECISION ON THE 210 MW CONTRACT APPROACHESNo
02ABUJA28362002-10-11 17:54:00Embassy AbujaSECRETNIGERIA: DEMARCHE TO GON ON AL-QAIDA THREATSNo
02RANGOON13402002-10-16 06:37:00Embassy RangoonCONFIDENTIALBURMA: DARKNESS AT NOONNo
02TEGUCIGALPA28972002-10-17 22:29:00Embassy TegucigalpaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYAES PROJECT: ANNOUNCEMENT OF 210MW BID WINNER DELAYED AGAINNo
02ABUJA29332002-10-25 18:45:00Embassy AbujaCONFIDENTIALNIGERIA: MOD DANJUMA DENIES PARIS AGREEMENT ON BAKASSINo
02ABUJA29612002-10-30 10:59:00Embassy AbujaUNCLASSIFIEDNIGERIA: ECONOMIC ROUNDUP OCTOBER 30No
02HARARE23972002-11-04 12:08:00Embassy HarareUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYZimbabwe May Scrap Fuel SupportNo

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