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Where are your country’s oil projects on the “Climate Change Supply Curve”?

on June 21, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

The latest report from Carbon Tracker Initiative, a non-profit analysis house in London, suggest that up to a third of currently planned oil and gas projects may now never go ahead because of climate change policy. In “2D of Separation”, CTI presents the potential risks to shareholders and investors in the world’s largest fossil fuel more »

Reputable Mining Investors Wanted in Sierra Leone: How to Improve Integrity Due Diligence in Mining License Management

on April 11, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

On the first anniversary of the Panama Papers, the National Minerals Agency (NMA) of Sierra Leone wants to know who they are doing business with. The NMA is the government agency responsible for issuing mining licenses. Beny Steinmetz of Simandou fame, is one such mining investor who has prompted the NMA to strengthen integrity due more »

Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?

on March 31, 2017 · Leave a Comment 

OpenOil’s Excel model on the Bulyanhulu mine  is available to view the workings of the conclusions in this post.  Tanzania’s decision to impose a ban on concentrate exports from its mining industry has gained wide coverage among industry watchers. The question is: what does the government hope to achieve with it, and what will companies’ more »

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