Extractives, including oil and mines
This is the extractives (oil, gas and mining) section of our platform on Chinese Investment Overseas
“How to Engage with Chinese Companies and EITI”, Global Witness
“Transparency Matters”, Global Witness
“Tackling Conflict Minerals”, Global Witness
“China’s Mining Industry at Home and Overseas: Development, Impacts and Regulation”, GHub
Related stories and components
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...
- Related stories: Report finds Chinese companies willing to disclose financial information (e.g. payments to govts) according to EITI Standard
- Related in-depth areas: African region Chinese firms' impacts abroad Extractives, including oil and mines Latin American region Other issues Other regions Southeast Asia
- Related companies: China Metallurgical (MCC) China Minmetals China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) China Nonferrous Metal Mining China Railway Construction CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) PetroChina Sinochem Sinopec Zijin
South Sudan: Saferworld report highlights challenges & gives recommendations for Chinese investments
…This report, Managing risk in unstable countries: Promoting conflict-sensitive investment in South Sudan, focuses on Chinese companies currently operating, or looking to invest, in South Sudan. It explores some of the key challenges faced by Chinese...
Author: Arakan Oil Watch & Natural Resources for People
20th December 2014...
Author: Amnesty International
Canadian and Chinese mining interests have profited from, and in some cases colluded with the Myanmar authorities in serious human rights abuses and illegal activity around the Monywa copper mine complex, which includes the notorious Letpadaung mine,...
Myanmar: 7 charged for protesting against Letpadaung mine days after a villager is killed in clash with police
Author: AFP, Myanmar Times
“Police charge seven for Letpadaung protests”, 2 January 2015...
Cambodia: Groups raise alarm over severe food, livelihood, environmental, cultural impacts of Lower Sesan 2 Dam project; companies do not respond
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...
- Related stories: Sudan: Interview with Luke Patey on how Chinese & Indian oil companies are learning to behave more responsibly in the region after civil war
- Related in-depth areas: African region Chinese Firms' Impacts Abroad Environmental issues Natural Resources
- Related companies: China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) Sinopec