Anarchists claimed a vandalism attack on a Sodexo Canada executive’s vehicles at her residence in Quebec.
Ecopetrol’s Trasandino and Caño Limón–Coveñas pipelines were attacked, leading to oil spills in southwestern and northeastern Colombia.
Anarchists in France set fire to Orange’s telecommunications infrastructure in Foix, Ariège.
An anti-capitalist, eco-activist movement is organizing an April 2019 demonstration in London.
In opposition to the Cigeo nuclear waste project in Bure, eco-extremists are calling for organized resistance this upcoming June in Nancy, France.
Demanding jihadists take action against "disbelievers," an al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned jihadi ideologue advised they take the initiative create opportunities for themselves, suggesting computer networks, financial points, and energy and transportation infrastructure as potential targets.
The Islamic State (ISIS/IS) claimed two attacks on Kurdish forces near the Umar and Jufra oilfields in Syria.
The Islamic State (IS/ISIS) formally claimed the kidnapping and execution of a Canadian Progress Minerals executive in Burkina Faso.
In commenting on Muslims concerned about their brethren in Baghuz, Syria, and elsewhere, an al-Qaeda (AQ) ideologue incited them to act, suggesting arson and strikes on transportation and power plans in America.
The United States Department of the Treasury issued a warning to any companies involved in supplying petroleum to the Syrian regime.
Iraqi security forces repelled an attack by Islamic State (ISIS/IS) militants on the ‘Allas oil field in Iraq.
Ecopetrol’s Trasandino oil pipeline was attacked for the fifth time this year.
Revealing aerial footage of targets, Yemen’s Houthis threatened a desalination and power plant near Jazan, Saudi Arabia.
The Baloch Liberation Tigers (BLT) claimed bombing a passenger train near Nasirabad, Pakistan.
The Islamic State's West Africa Province (ISWAP) claimed a rocket strike on Diffa Airport in Niger.
The Jordan Cove LNG Project and Pacific Connector Pipeline was targeted by far-left extremists in Oregon.
The Baloch Liberation Tigers (BLT) claimed responsibility for attacking a gas pipeline in Pakistan.
The Islamic State (ISIS/IS) claimed two bombings on Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) two days apart near the al-Umar field, one of Syria’s largest oilfields, in Deir al-Zour.
Eni’s carsharing service, Enjoy, was attacked by anarchists in Rome, Italy.
Ecopetrol’s Transandino pipeline was targeted in a bomb attack in Nariño, near the border with Ecuador.
Ecopetrol’s Caño Limón-Coveñas pipeline was struck again in Colombia’s eastern Arauca province, raising the yearly attack total on the pipeline to 10.