China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
Headquarters in China
CNPC is the government-owned parent company of publicly listed PetroChina, which was created in November 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC.
Author: Peter S. Goodman, Washington Post
But the Chinese laborers are protected: They work under the vigilant gaze of Sudanese government troops armed largely with Chinese-made weapons — a partnership of the world's fastest-growing oil consumer with a pariah state accused of fostering...
Author: Africa Energy Intelligence
In recent weeks, CNPC, advised by JP Morgan [JPMorgan Chase], has initiated talks with [its affiliate] PetroChina - advised by Citigroup in its turn - on selling the affiliate all of its international holdings, particularly in Sudan...Up to the...
Endowment Tied to Sudan - University bought stock in oil firm that activists say helped fuel genocide
Author: Daniel J. Hemel & Zachary M. Seward, Harvard Crimson [USA]
Harvard has invested millions of dollars in a Chinese oil company [PetroChina] whose financial dealings with the Sudanese government, human rights activists say, have funded that regime’s ongoing slaughter of its own people...PetroChina is a spin-off...
Capital punishment - UN oil sanctions against Sudan seem unlikely. Could a divestment campaign fill the gap?
Author: Ethical Corporation [editorial]
Oil revenues help the [Sudanese] regime to stay in power...the oil continues to flow through the hands of the state-owned oil companies of China, India and Malaysia. [China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), ONGC Videsh, Petronas]... As US...
Author: Michael Richardson, New Zealand Herald
Sudan is...a significant oil producer and this has put China and the United States at odds over how to handle Sudan...The UN Security Council recently adopted a resolution threatening possible sanctions against Sudan [but]...only after the US agreed,...
Author: Roger Bate & Benjamin Schwab, American Enterprise Institute
As The Economist stated in a fall 2000 report, "The dirty bottom line is that Talisman is helping the Sudan government finance its war." Though difficult to imagine a few years ago, the situation in Sudan has gone from awful to inconceivably worse....
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Darfur, Southern Sudan, and the Moral Imperative of (Equity) Divestment: Which companies and nations are propping up the Khartoum regime?
Author: Eric Reeves, Smith College [USA]
...the central purpose of the divestment campaign must be to force these complicit companies to suspend all business and commercial activities in Khartoum until the genocide in Darfur ends and a final peace agreement with the people of southern Sudan...
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