Eco-extremists claimed sabotaging a Mariner East 2 Pipeline construction site in Pennsylvania.
Eni was targeted in an incendiary attack claimed by anarchists in Rome.
Eco-extremists opposing the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) Southgate project claimed acts of vandalism in North Carolina.
An arson attack on McInnis Cement property in Quebec, Canada, was reported by eco-extremists.
The Islamic State’s (ISIS/IS) leader of oil and gas operations was killed in Syria.
Forestal Mininco and other forestry industry property was reportedly sabotaged by indigenous extremists in Chile’s Araucanía Region.
Self-identified “eco-rebels” claimed vandalizing a development project in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, reportedly in solidarity with a French occupation movement.
An eco-terrorist Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) branch claimed an arson attack on a lumberyard in Mexico City.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed two attacks outside its usual areas of operations, bombing a gas pipeline in Tunisia and detonating an IED on policemen in Chechnya.
Gunmen attacked the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) natural gas pipeline in Afghanistan and killed six Aims De-mining Company (AMDC) employees.
Colombia’s Transandino oil pipeline was damaged in an explosives attack by militants.
Aramco facilities in Jizan, Saudi Arabia were targeted with a missile by Yemen’s Houthi militants.
The Islamic State (ISIS/IS) claimed a suicide bombing less than 50 miles west of Libya’s largest oil port.
Eco-activists are planning a global week of direct action against fossil fuel infrastructure and companies, set to begin on May 12.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) threatened Western companies and enterprises operating in North Africa and the Sahel, especially those owned by French, and called on Muslims to boycott them.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed bombing oil facility guards and ambushing Libyan soldiers in Libya's Wahat district in a Naba 130 "exclusive".
Yemen’s Houthi militants are threatening increased attacks against Saudi oil infrastructure and economic targets, following strikes on Jizan, a major Aramco site.
Houthi militants launched ballistic missiles on Aramco facilities in Jizan, Saudi Arabia.
The eco-terrorist Individualists Tending Toward the Wild (ITS) claimed the group’s first action in Spain.
The state-run Trasandino oil pipeline suffered an explosives attack by insurgents in Colombia.
A Libyan oil pipeline near Tripoli was bombed by militants.