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9 November 2004

Nigeria: Are Human Rights In The Pipeline [interview]

Author: Salil Tripathi, Amnesty International, interviewed by Joe De Capua, Voice of America

Amnesty says [its new report] examines how human rights have been abused [in the Niger Delta] because of the practices of some oil companies...From London, [researcher Salil Tripathi] spoke...to Africa reporter Joe De Capua about allegations brought...

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9 November 2004

Nigeria: Are human rights in the pipeline?

Author: Amnesty International

The report examines how the human rights of individuals and communities have been abused as a result of practices of some transnational corporations (TNCs) and violated by the inactions and actions of the Nigerian Federal Government in the Niger Delta...

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16 August 2004

Report Names Practices that Lead to Environmental Accounting Fraud

Author: GreenBiz.com

A new report, "Fooling Investors and Fooling Themselves" identifies aggressive accounting and asset management tactics that can lead to environmental accounting fraud. [refers to Halliburton, Dow, Kaiser Aluminum, Honeywell, Monsanto, Tosco, BP,...

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20 July 2004

Calif. Groups Sue to Stop Conoco Refinery Expansion

Author: Reuters

[USA] Environmentalists and a labor union have sued to stop ConocoPhillips Co. from expanding two Los Angeles-area refineries, saying the company and region's air quality agency ignored evidence that the project will spew toxic emissions into already...

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1 May 2004

Report shows 62 cos. removed from FTSE4Good Index for not meeting human rights, environmental criteria

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1 May 2004

[PDF] full report: "FTSE4Good Index series - Criteria development and company engagement programme 2003-2004"

Author: FTSE

[refers to cos. that met new FTSE4Good human rights criteria for resource cos./committed to meet them: BHP Biliton, Shell, BP, BG, Lonmin, Mitsubishi Corp., Norsk Hydro, Statoil, Cosmo Oil, Expro Group, PetroCanada, Repsol. And cos. deleted from index...

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1 March 2004

New report by Global Witness looks at secrecy surrounding revenues paid to govts. by oil & mining companies, & how this contributes to poverty

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29 February 2004

[PDF] full report: "Time For Transparency - Coming clean on oil, mining and gas revenues"

Author: Global Witness

[refers to ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, Elf (now Total), Total, Likouala S.A., Agip (part of ENI), BP, Occidental Petroleum, Shell, Norsk Hydro, ConocoPhillips, SNPC, Mercator, Riggs Bank]

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26 February 2004

Oil and gas industry face record number of global warming shareholder resolutions at wider range of firms

Author: CERES

One or more resolutions have been filed at each of the following North American oil and gas companies: ExxonMobil; ChevronTexaco; Marathon; Anadarko; Apache; Devon; Imperial; Petro Canada; Unocal; and Valero. Shareholders are also in dialogue with...

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1 January 2004

[PDF] Human rights policy implementation in the oil and gas sector - Translating policy to practice

Author: Tamara Bekefi, independent working paper commissioned by Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA)

This paper examines the practical ways in which the oil and gas sector has been grappling with human rights in its day-to-day operations. [refers to BP, Shell, Anglo American, ChevronTexaco, Conoco Phillips, ExxonMobil, Norsk Hydro, Newmont, Rio Tinto...

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