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Mozambique: Le gouvernement veut créer un fonds souverain pour ses futurs revenus gaziers afin de lutter contre les risques de corruption
Author: AFP et Slate Afrique
« Le Mozambique veut créer un fond souverain pour ses futures ressources gazières », 15 janvier 2020....
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....
Author: Alessandro Runci, Re:Common
Nobody wants their party to be ruined, and corporations are no exception to this. Annual Shareholders Meetings (AGMs) are for them an opportunity to showcase their financial and economic performances and portray their integrity and sustainability....
Nigeria: Bayelsa state launches new inquiry into the environmental and human damage caused by oil spills in the Niger Delta
Author: Bukola Adebayo, CNN
"Major new inquiry into oil spills in Nigeria's Niger Delta launched", 26 March 2019....
Author: Anjli Raval, Financial Times
"Nigeria 'lost billions' on oil deal with Shell and Eni", 26 November 2018....
- Related stories: Italy: Shell & Eni to stand trial over role in massive bribery scheme related to $1.3bn oil deal in Nigeria
- Related companies: Eni Shell
Author: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark
Since its inception, the CHRB has been aiming to answer a deceptively simple question; which companies perform best on human rights issues? [...] [T]his document [...] rank[s] 101 of the world’s largest companies in high human-rights-risk sectors and...
- Related stories: Corporate Human Rights Benchmark releases 2018 ranking results on human rights performance of 101 companies
- Related companies: adidas AEON Ahold Delhaize Anadarko (now part of Occidental Petroleum) Anglo American Anheuser-Busch InBev Archer Daniels Midland Associated British Foods BHP Billiton BP BRF Canadian Natural Resources Carrefour Chevron China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) China Petroleum & Chemical (see Sinopec) China Shenhua Energy (part of Shenhua Group) CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) Coal India (CIL) Coca-Cola Compass Group ConocoPhillips Costco Couche-Tard Danone Devon Energy Diageo Ecopetrol Eni EOG Resources Equinor (formerly Statoil) ExxonMobil Falabella Fast Retailing Freeport-McMoRan Gap Gazprom General Mills Glencore Goldcorp (now Newmont Goldcorp) Grupo México H&M Hanesbrands Heilan Home Heineken Hermes Hershey Inditex Kellogg Kering Kohl's Kraft Heinz Kroger Kweichow Moutai Company L Brands, Inc. Lukoil LVMH Macy's Marathon Oil Marks & Spencer McDonald's Mondelēz International Monster Beverage Corporation Nestlé Next Nike Nordstrom Norilsk Nickel Occidental Petroleum ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) PepsiCo Pernod Ricard Petrobras PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation) Phillips 66 Prada PTT Repsol Rio Tinto Rosneft Ross Stores Sasol Shell Shenhua Group Shoprite Sinopec Starbucks Suncor Surgutneftegas Sysco Tapestry (Formerly Coach) Target Tesco TJX Total Under Armour Unilever Vale Valero Energy VF Corp Walmart Wesfarmers Woolworths Group YUM!
New report assesses payments to govts by oil, gas & mining co's under EU transparency & accountability legislation
On 18th October 2018, Transparency International EU (TI EU) released a report assessing payments to governments made by oil, gas and mining companies in four countries of operation under the EU Accounting Directive. Passed in 2013, the legislation...
Author: Crude Accountability
Note: This is an unofficial English translation of the original Russian rejoinder available at the link below...