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CNPC is the government-owned parent company of publicly listed PetroChina, which was created in November 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC.

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10 May 2005

U.S. schools pressed to dump stocks linked to Sudan

Author: Reuters

The International Crisis Group has asked 100 U.S. universities to consider divesting any stocks they may hold in companies doing business in Sudan, in protest at the government's treatment of civilians in Darfur, the nonprofit advocacy group said on...

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21 April 2005

CNPC will not inject Sudan into PetroChina-source

Author: Reuters

China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) will leave its oilfields in politically risky Sudan out of the assets it plans to inject into its flagship listed unit PetroChina, a source close to the plan said... Analysts have expressed concerns that an...

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5 April 2005

Harvard to sell its stake in firm tied to Sudan

Author: Marcella Bombardieri, Boston Globe

Under mounting pressure from student activists, Harvard University announced yesterday that it will sell an estimated $4.4 million stake in PetroChina, whose parent company is closely tied to the Sudanese government, accused by the United States of...

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31 March 2005

Tyranny's Full Tank

Author: Marina Ottaway, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, in New York Times [opinion]

Oil prices will remain high for the foreseeable future, yielding more revenue to shore up authoritarian regimes...It is imperative for the international community, led by the United States, to increase its so far timid efforts to curb the political...

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17 March 2005

Beyond the Rhetoric: Measuring revenue transparency — Company performance in the oil and gas industries

Author: Save the Children UK

Save the Children UK has created the ‘Measuring Transparency’ framework...In our first two reports...we assess the revenue transparency of [oil & gas] companies and the reporting requirements of their ‘home’ governments...The performance of 25...

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1 March 2005

full report: "Beyond the Rhetoric - Measuring revenue transparency - Company performance in the oil and gas industries"

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1 March 2005

[PDF] full report: "Beyond the Rhetoric - Measuring revenue transparency - Company performance in the oil and gas industries"

Author: Save the Children UK

[report ranks performance of 25 companies: Amerada Hess, BP, Chevron Texaco, CNPC, Conoco Phillips, Devon Energy, Eni, Exxon Mobil, Lion Energy, Lukoil, Nexen, Norsk Hydro, Paladin Resources, PetroChina, Petronas, Premier Oil, Repsol YPF, Santos,...

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21 February 2005

A Catalyst for Peace - Oil has played a major role in ending Sudan's civil war

Author: Alexandra Polier, Newsweek International

[A] less-known catalyst for peace lay under the combatant's feet—-oil...According to a source familiar with Sudan's long conflict, it is no accident that the government and its longtime enemy, the Southern People's Liberation Army (SPLA), began...

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1 February 2005

[PDF] Business & human rights: The value of the UN Norms

Author: Alessandra Masci, Campaign Coordinator, Economic Relations & Human Rights, & Salil Tripathi, Researcher, Economics & Human Rights, Amnesty International, in Sustainable Development Intl.

...voluntary initiatives have not been sufficient by themselves to (a) prevent human rights abuses, and (b) create a culture of respecting human rights. Abuses continue to take place in the same countries, year after year, sometimes involving the same...

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1 February 2005

[PDF] International Companies and Post-Conflict Reconstruction - Cross-Sectoral Comparisons

Author: John Bray, political risk specialist, Control Risks Group

In the worst cases, companies can inadvertently fuel the structural causes of the conflict, undermining prospects for recovery. However, by presenting a vision of a different kind of future, where personal success comes from entrepreneurial initiative...

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