OpenOil Search

This page lets you search OpenOil's collection of more than 1 million corporate filings related to the oil, gas and mining industries. We have indexed the full text of contracts, company disclosures, news articles and government reports, allowing you to simultaneously check documents from disparate sources.

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Concession Maps

Each area is the co-ordinates of an oil or mining project. Those highlighted lead through to relevant entries in our databases on contracts, concessions, production, reserves, costs and corporate groups involved. All data come from relatively authoritative sources: government or the companies.

Financial Modeling

Open financial models are the natural next stage of extractives governance. You don't know what you've got til its modeled. The models themselves must be open to allow the cumulative learning that is really important for independent expertise to take hold. Modeling is the prerequisite for any work on the numbers around extractives

Corporate Mapping

With over 1,000 affiliate companies in more than 80 jurisdictions, BP controls a complex network of corporate entities. This map of BP's corporate structure shows their ownership relations, using only public disclosures that BP itself has made. It also includes key financials for 150 of the companies.

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Let’s not make the Paris Agreement the “Elephant in the Room”

on December 18, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

In my first post I referred to how the Paris agreement mentions transparency, which in the text is confined to transparency around carbon accounting and the disbursement of the huge financial aid that is an integral part of the agreement. Neither of which relate directly to transparency of the upstream in extractive industries, which is more »

COP21 & transparency: the page just got a whole lot bigger

on December 15, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

What does the climate change deal signed in Paris mean for transparency in extractive industries? In the short term, relatively little. In the medium to long term however it could change everything: which natural resources are subject to transparency, how far public policy will intervene in the market, and whether we moved to a more more »

Introducing Aleph: everything companies tell investors, in one place

on December 3, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Part I: why collect corporate filings? Can the world understand oil and mining companies as well as their investors do? We think it’s possible, and we’ve been hard at work building a tool to make it so. Our goal is: everything extractives companies tell investors, in one place. The result is Aleph, our new search more »

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