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ConocoPhillips (Phillips Petroleum)

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1 June 2020

USA: Courts rule climate change suits against oil companies can proceed in state courts

Author: Brian Melley, Claims Journal

"Big Oil Loses Appeal, Climate Suits Go to California Courts," 28 May 2020...

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25 March 2020
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A la industria petrolera tradicional en Barrancabermeja se le suma la polémica posibilidad de hacer fracking en el país. Se trata de una discusión que lleva varios años vigente pero que tomó un nuevo rumbo el pasado 26 de diciembre de 2019, cuando el...

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17 March 2020

USA: City of Honolulu sues 10 fossil fuel companies over climate impacts

Author: Dana Drugmand, Desmog (USA)

"‘Fossil Fuel Companies Knew’: Honolulu Files Lawsuit Over Climate Impacts", 9 Mar 2020...

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15 March 2020

Colombia: Growing concerns about fracking in Puerto Patiño, Cesar, according to social leader

Author: Peace Brigades International - Canada

Colombian social leader concerned about Canadian company fracking near Puerto Patiño, Cesar – March 16, 2020...

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2 March 2020

USA: Publish What You Pay calls on extractive companies to comment on latest SEC payment disclosure rules; including company responses

On 15 January 2020, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) released the latest proposed rule to implement Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Section 1504 requires companies operating in the...

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Company response
24 February 2020

ConocoPhillips' response

Author: ConocoPhillips

ConocoPhillips is reviewing the proposed U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission rule to implement Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. We endorse transparency in the extractive industries to ensure that...

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30 January 2020
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Author: AFP et Le Monde de l'Energie

« Pétrole dans l'Arctique: les ONG perdent un nouveau procès en Norvège », 23 janvier 2020....

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13 January 2020

Report finds top fossil fuel companies responsible for more than half of ocean acidification affecting coastal communities & marine life

Author: R Licker, B Ekwurzel, S C Doney, S R Cooley, I D Lima, R Heede & P C Frumhoff, on IOP Science

...[M]ore than half of the global surface ocean acidification is attributable to the CO2 emissions traced to the extraction, refining and combustion of fossil fuels and manufacturing of cement from the 88 largest carbon producers... Of these 88 major...

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23 December 2019

FTSE4Good leaves coal and oil firms and G4S on ethical investment list despite environmental and labour rights concerns; incl. comments

Author: Jasper Jolly, The Guardian

Note: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre previously asked G4S for a response to allegations of labour abuse in Qatar and UAE, available here....

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22 October 2019

Report shows 20 fossil fuel companies responsible for over one-third of carbon emissions & climate crisis

Author: Matthew Taylor & Jonathan Watts, Guardian (UK)

"Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions", 9 October 2019...

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