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[PDF] Operating in areas of conflict - An IPIECA guide for the oil and gas industry

Author: Intl. Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA), Published on: 24 March 2008

The purpose of this Guide is to provide, in a simple and accessible format, basic guidance on risk assessment and risk management in conflict settings that oil and gas companies might face. These include conflicts between companies and local communities which are directly related to the presence and operations of the companies themselves, as well as wider social and political conflicts in which companies are not directly involved but which are very likely to impact on companies operating in such conflict environments. [with case studies on Shell in Niger Delta, Occidental in Colombia, BP in West Papua]

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Related companies: BP Occidental Petroleum Royal Dutch Shell (Shell)