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[PDF] Lines in the Sand: Lessons in Corporate Accountability from the Barmer to Salaya Pipeline

Author: Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF), Published on: 1 December 2010

This report looks at Scotland’s largest oil company, Cairn Energy, and the impact of its work in north-west India. Cairn Energy invests in CSR and takes it seriously. Its CSR approach is broad and encompasses not only projects funded to benefit local communities but also a substantial number of social & environmental policies that are applied to its planning, risk management and operating practices. Furthermore it has adopted a ‘rights-aware approach’ to parts of its work...[T]he construction of the Barmer to Salaya pipeline has had and continues to have a negative impact on some communities in Rajasthan and Gujarat. [includes response by Cairn India]

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Related companies: Cairn Energy