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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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Video: “An Inventory for the World: How the Climate Change Agreement Changes Everything”

on May 12, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

The Paris agreement is a game-changer. Now that world leaders have agreed – finally – to do something about climate change at the end of 2015, everything changes in terms of the way we exploit natural resources. To manage that agreement, we need an inventory of the world and everything in it – in open more »

The Panama Papers, corporate filings and the “bad guy” / “sharp guy” issues

on April 15, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

Oil geek question: what do ConocoPhillips, Halliburton and Schlumberger have in common? Well… they all share the fact that they have, or at least at one point had, Panama incorporated subsidiaries. So why is that, if Panama isn’t actually producing any oil, as the U.S. Energy Information Administration states on their website? With the Panama more »

How do mandatory disclosures relate to EITI figures?

on April 14, 2016 · Leave a Comment 

This year’s introduction of mandatory disclosures in France and the UK will bring about a considerable amount of reports listing extractive companies’ payments to governments. The mandatory disclosures promise increased transparency, however, we are only at the beginning of a debate on how to best make use of the new data. One idea has already more »

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