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.
Commentary: Responsible investment requires more than a few CSR programs: Lessons for Chinese Outbound Investors
Author: Jinmei Liu, EarthRights International
"Responsible Investment Requires More than a Few Corporate Social Responsibility Programs: Lessons for Chinese Outbound Investors", 4 May 2017...
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- Related in-depth areas: Chinese investment overseas
- Related companies: Andes Petroleum (joint venture CNPC & Sinopec) China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Sinopec
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Sapara indigenous leaders from Ecuador urge China to abandon oil projects in their territories, during UN Periodic Review of human rights in Ecuador
Author: Amazon Watch (US)
“Ecuadorian Indigenous Leaders Deliver Letter Calling on China to Abandon Oil Drilling in Their Territory as Ecuador Faces U.N. Review”...
Bolivia: Joint venture of YPFB & Chinese oil companies threatens uncontacted indigenous tribe, according to NGO; includes YPFB comments
Author: Survival International
“Bolivia covers up evidence of uncontacted Indians”...
10 oil companies announce climate investment fund; sustainable investment campaigners dismiss it as greenwashing
Author: Damian Carrington, Guardian (UK)
"Oil firms announce $1bn green fund as Paris climate deal comes into force," 4 Nov 2016...
Report on implementing corporate responsibility under the UN framework on business & human rights in Uganda's oil sector
IPIS vzw and ActionAid Uganda have published a third in a series of four reports exploring business and human rights issues in Uganda’s oil sector. This series is a collaboration between IPIS vzw and ActionAid Uganda. The current report explores how...
Author: Osprey Orielle Lake & Leila Salazar-López, Amazon Watch
“Women of the Ecuadorian Amazon and International Allies Reject New Oil Concessions, Stand for Rights of the Earth and Communities”...