China Coal Energy (part of China National Coal Group)
Author: El Espectador (Colombia)
“100 compañías emiten 71% de los gases responsables del cambio climático”, 15 de diciembre de 2017...
- This is a response from the following companies: A.P. Moller - Maersk Group Abu Dhabi National Oil Co Adaro Energy Alliance Resource Partners LP Alpha Natural Resources Anadarko Apache Arch Coal Bahrain Petroleum Co (BAPCO) Banpu BHP Billiton BP Bukit Asam (Persero) Bumi Resources Canadian Natural Resources Chesapeake Energy Chevron China Coal Energy (part of China National Coal Group) China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) China Petroleum & Chemical (see Sinopec) Cloud Peak Energy CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) Coal India (CIL) ConocoPhillips Consol Energy Devon Energy Drummond Ecopetrol Egyptian General Petroleum EnCana EOG Resources Equinor (formerly Statoil) Exxaro ExxonMobil Gazprom Glencore Hess Corporation Husky Energy Indika Energy INPEX Iraq National Oil Company KazMunayGas Kideco Jaya Agung Kuwait Petroleum Corporation Lukoil Marathon Oil Murphy Oil Murray Energy NACCO Industries National Iranian Oil Co National Oil Corporation of Libya Natural Resource Partners L.P Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Noble Energy Novatek Occidental Petroleum Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (see ONGC) OMV PDVSA (Petróleos de Venezuela) Peabody Energy Pemex Pertamina Peter Kiewit Sons Petoro AS Petrobras Petroecuador Petroleum Development Oman LLC Petronas Qatar Petroleum Repsol Rio Tinto Rosneft Royal Dutch / Shell (see Shell) Russian Coal RWE Sasol Saudi Aramco Singareni Collieries Company Sonangol Sonatrach Southwestern Energy Suncor Surgutneftegas Syrian Petroleum Co Tatneft Teck Resources Total TurkmenGaz Turkmennebit Vistra Energy Westmoreland Coal Co YPF
Author: Jean-Marc Sylvestre et Aude Kersulec, Atlantico (France)
« La canicule revient : 100 entreprises dans le monde sont responsables de 70% du réchauffement climatique. Une Française, Total est classée parmi les 10 plus polluantes », 3 août 2017...
Economic cost to society exceeds profits at 20 top fossil fuel companies, says Cambridge Univ. study
Author: Chris Hope, University of Cambridge, in The Energy Collective
“Implicit Climate Subsidy Exceeds Profits at 20 Top Fossil Fuel Companies”...
- Related companies: BHP Billiton BP Chevron China Coal Energy (part of China National Coal Group) Coal India (CIL) ConocoPhillips Consol Energy Eni ExxonMobil Gazprom Lukoil Occidental Petroleum Peabody Energy Pertamina Petrobras PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation) Royal Dutch / Shell (see Shell) Shenhua Group Statoil Total
Author: China Labour Bulletin
China Coal Energy [part of China National Coal Group]...refused any compensation [to employee Shao Hongzhen] on the grounds that her death was not work-related...Sun Shengqiang [husband of Shao, said] "It was normal...to work for one or two months”...
- Related companies: China Coal Energy (part of China National Coal Group) China National Coal Group
Author: Shai Oster with Terence Poon, Wall Street Journal
Several major Chinese companies were forced to delay initial public offerings last year to comply with environmental rules, the State Environmental Protection Administration said, underlining the growing importance of financial levers for the agency...
Author: Kathy Wang, Standard [Hong Kong]
"Polluting companies" will need to undergo special environmental inspections before they will be allowed to raise capital via IPOs or refinancing through the secondary market, the State Environmental Protection Administration announced yesterday....
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- Related companies: Anhui Conch Cement China Coal Energy (part of China National Coal Group) Zijin