Eco-anarchists, threatening “sabotage,” called on activists to mobilize against Dominion Energy, construction of Virginia gas pipelines, and members of the Virginia Water Control Board.
As the al-Qaeda (AQ) affiliated Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimeen (NIM) becomes increasingly active in Mali, foreign energy companies operating in the region remain at high risk.
A jihadist published a guide directed to lone wolves in America providing them with ideas for sowing chaos, murdering individuals and groups, destroying infrastructure, and causing financial ruin.
Anonymous eco-extremists claimed sabotaging a railway along the Columbia River, halting the supply chain of “coal, oil, lumber and chemicals.”
Eco-extremists claimed vandalizing the home and vehicles of Junex CEO, Jean-Yves Lavoie, in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Barakah Province, the Islamic State (IS) division for Hasakah, Syria, reported that its fighters deterred an attempt by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and opposition factions to advance on their positions in the area of the al-Omar oil field.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 20 Iraqi soldiers in a six-man suicide raid in Tikrit, in Iraq's Salah al-Din governorate, and bombing an oil pipeline to Baghdad.
Egina FPSO (Source: Samsung Heavy Industries)
The Nigerian militant Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) announced the group would resume attacks on oil companies, threatening casualties and “brutal and bloody” operations, and specifically identifying Total’s Egina FPSO.
Once the third most important stronghold of the Islamic State (IS/ISIS), Libya appeared to have vanquished the group in late 2016, when it withdrew from Sirte and retreated south.
Anarchists claimed an arson attack on a vehicle owned by French utility company Électricité de France (EDF), as an action against “Police Repression” that has resulted from activists engaging in the “anti-nuclear struggle.”
An anarchist blog user suggested further attacks to extend to other energy and telecommunications infrastructure, following a claim by environmental extremists reporting sabotage on the Enbridge Line 10 oil pipeline project in Ontario, Canada.
A group of eco-activists claimed the sabotage of materials that had been delivered onsite to Enbridge’s Line 10 crude oil pipeline project on Turtle Island, Canada.
The Shura Council of the Mujahideen of Derna and its Outskirts, a Libya-based militant group, reported that nine unidentified bodies it discovered in June 2015 were Value Added Oilfield Services (VAOS) employees kidnapped and killed by the Islamic State (IS).
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing 10 guards and Iraqi soldiers in a three-man suicide at the Jalasiyya power plant in southern Samarra.
The Islamic State (IS) reported in the 92nd issue of its al-Naba newspaper that its West Africa Province in responsible for the killing of nearly 70 “apostates” in an attack on an oil exploration team in northeast Nigeria.
Boko Haram released a video showing three oil exploration contractors, abducted in a raid in northeastern Nigeria on July 25, 2017.
As Islamic State (IS) supporters continue to discuss ideas to derail trains as a means to negatively impact Western economies and cause mass casualties, they enlarged the focus of the subject from high-speed commuter trains to oil and gas transport as well as pipelines.
As a means to cause financial loss to the Iraqi government and significantly impact its economy, an Islamic State (IS) supporter urged the group to target banks, oil and gas pipelines, and phosphate factories.
Islamic State (IS) supporters suggested that lone wolves become “lone frogs,” referring to frogmen, or scuba divers, and attack marine targets and offshore oil sites.
A jihadist urged lone wolves to burn and bomb gas and oil pipelines and wells throughout Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Russia in revenge for coalition strikes on Islamic State (IS) positions in Mosul and ar-Raqqah.
Seeking to facilitate attacks, a jihadist listed locations and details of oil and gas fields in Iraq.