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[PDF] The environmental challenges facing a Chinese oil company in Chad

Author: Geert van Vliet et Géraud Magrin, CIRAD, editors, for Agence française de développement, Published on: 31 October 2012

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited CNPC to respond to this book. Its response is provided in the linked item (only available in Chinese).] This book analyses the factors that influence environmental management by the CNPC [China National Petroleum Corporation] when operating outside of China...specifically in Chad...[The] 2007 CNPC Rônier project aims to refine...[some] extracted oil locally and export the remainder, most probably through the pipeline built under the Exxon Doba project. The question of the compatibility between the frames of reference and practices in both firms thus arises.Through the prism of social and environmental responsibility (SER), this text analyses the challenges posed by the interaction between Chinese oil firms, host countries and the major Western oil firms. [also refers to Shell, China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), China Exim, Sinopec, PetroChina (part of CNPC), Elf (part of Total), Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Petronas, EnCana, Talisman, Total, Greater Nile Oil Petroleum Company (GNOPC), Areva, China Development Bank]

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