China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

Headquarters in China

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China National Petroleum Corporation website

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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29 March 2015

[PDF] Chinese companies reporting in EITI implementing countries

Author: EITI International Secretariat

Chinese companies operating in the 48 EITI implementing countries are…required to disclose information in accordance with the EITI Standard. This includes information about how much they pay to the governments…it also includes oil and mining...

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26 March 2015
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24 March 2015
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Author: EITI 国际秘书处

…石油、天然气和采掘业国际透明计划“采掘业透明度行动计划”(EITI)发布了一份简报,介绍了中国企业在EITI成员国经营活动信息披露的情况。报告的结论令人鼓舞,表明在法律或商业规范要求信息公开的国家,中国企业有能力亦有意愿公开透明地经营,有时甚至超出了最低标准的要求。...

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10 March 2015
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Author: Charles Vally, Libération (France)

"« Sous le dôme », le film sur la pollution qui secoue la Chine", 3 mars 2015...

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2 March 2015
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Author: 万战翔, 立方石油网

[中国石油天然气集团公司质量与标准管理部副总工程师万战翔撰文] 柴静近日关于雾霾的片子出发点是好的,热心是好的。...但她真的不是内行专家,一知半解,尽情发挥。...其实从雾霾最严重的整个华北地区来讲,烧煤才是罪魁祸首...北京的油几年前就达到“京五标准”了,与欧洲、日本同等水平。...她说我国的油品标准不是政府制定的,是油企制定的。她说错了...中石油中石化财务部门每每都是在发改委的要求下详细报告经巨量核算的成本财务报告。怎么在她的眼里,中国的央企都成了无法无天、为所欲为的流氓无赖了?.....

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17 February 2015

Myanmar: CNPC allegedly forcibly confiscated land from Myaday Island villagers

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16 February 2015
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4 February 2015

"Company Responses to Human Rights Reports: An Empirical Analysis"

Author: Menno T. Kamminga, Maastricht University - Faculty of Law

How do companies respond to their critics? Are there significant differences in responsiveness between industrial sectors, between the countries in which companies are based and between the companies themselves? Do responses reflect the belief that...

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15 December 2014

Sudan: Interview with Luke Patey on how Chinese & Indian oil companies are learning to behave more responsibly in the region after civil war

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9 December 2014

How Africa is changing Chinese oil companies

Author: Beth Walker, chinadialogue

Sudan’s civil war and American sanctions against Khartoum in the 1990s opened the oilfields to China and India...But the political turmoil and bloodshed over the division of Africa’s largest country… Indian and Chinese large multinational corporations...

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