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Publication - Nov 5, 2012
On 22nd October BP plc announced it had agreed heads of terms to sell its 50% stake in TNK-BP to Rosneft. BP’s official announcement of the proposed deal refers to Rosneft’s 2011 oil reserve replacement ratio of 127% and dividend of 25% of IFRS net income. However, there are a number of areas of concern...
Blog post - Aug 22, 2012
Platform and the Guardian Data Blog have mapped Shell’s global security spending for 2008. The graphic is based on leaked internal financial data. You can find Platform’s full briefing on this issue here.
Site page - Sep 13, 2011
People are resisting the repression, poverty and pollution caused by London-based oil & gas corporations on every continent. Platform’s Community Support project provides responsive support to these frontline groups challenging oil extraction and transportation. We work with indigenous communities, oil workers, social movements and fenceline communities that are affected by British oil companies including BP,...
Publication - Apr 7, 2005
In May 2004, 39 civil society groups, from 15 countries, warned commercial banks of extensive violations of the Equator Principles by the Shell-led Sakhalin II project. This update from 2005 finds that events over the past ten months show a deteriorating situation, constituting further violations.
Principal Objections: Analysis of Sakhalin II gas & oil project’s compliance with the Equator Principles
Publication - May 7, 2004
Shell's Sakhalin II integrated oil and gas project fails to comply with the Equator Principles on responsible lending. The project on Sakhalin Island in Russia’s Far East will have severe environmental impacts, including threatening the critically endangered Western Gray Whale with extinction, damaging habitats of endangered bird and fish species, and polluting important fisheries.