ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation)
Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in India
Author: Francesco Guerrera, Financial Times
TIAA-Cref has become the first large US asset manager to sell stakes in four Asian oil groups over concerns about human rights abuses in Sudan, a move that will increase pressure on other investors to sever ties with those companies. TIAA-Cref...said...
Author: Carbon Disclosure Project
Following the increase in the number of CDP signatories, the standard of disclosure over the past seven years since the inception of CDP has increased dramatically... The number of Asian companies responding to CDP 2009 increasedby 39% (51 to 71) from...
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[PDF] Total Impact: The Human Rights, Environmental, and Financial Impacts of Total and Chevron's Yadana Gas Project in Military-Ruled Burma (Myanmar)
Author: EarthRights International
...[New] evidence collected through 2009 attests to the on-going violent abuses committed by the Burma Army providing security for the companies [Chevron and Total] and the [Yadana] project... [This] report further documents the Burma Army's role in...
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Author: [column] David Weidner, Wall Street Journal
Given the choice, we would reject profiting from criminal activity… [W]e wouldn't accept cash from a regime supporting genocide. It wouldn't even be a choice -- for most of us. That's why it's so repulsive that mutual-fund companies including Vanguard...
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Vanguard Shareholders Vote on Genocide-Free Investing Proposal; Voters Misled by Vanguard's Statement Of Opposition, says IAG's Cohen
Author: Investors Against Genocide
“Favorable votes [for a genocide-free investing proposal] at Vanguard’s meeting today were unnaturally low because Vanguard’s active opposition and misleading statement of opposition tilted the vote against the proposal,” said Eric Cohen, Chairperson...
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Author: Economic Times [India]
If forcing unviable pricing was not enough, the government now wants public sector oil companies to spend 2% of their profits on social programmes. The directive makes a complete mockery of the high standards of corporate governance the government...
Author: Press Trust of India
It will be mandatory for public sector oil companies to spend a minimum of two per cent of their net profits on corporate social...