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Death knell or crying wolf?

Death knell or crying wolf?

This briefing by Platform and Greenpeace examines George Osborne's changes to North Sea tax, and how the oil industry might not have it as bad as they are making it out to be. It then considers ways in which the Chancellor may respond to the industry’s campaign against the changes.

Uganda Oil Interview

BBC World Service – Feb 17, 2010
Crude Designs: The rip-off of Iraq's oil wealth

Crude Designs: The rip-off of Iraq’s oil wealth

Also available in Arabic and Italian. Control of Iraq's future oil wealth is being handed to multinational oil companies through long-term contracts that will cost Iraq hundreds of billions of dollars. 'Crude Designs: The Rip-Off of Iraq's Oil Wealth' reveals that current Iraqi oil policy will allocate the development of at least 64% of Iraq’s reserves...
Sakhalin II gas and oil project: Further Breaches of Equator Principles May 2004 – March 2005

Sakhalin II gas and oil project: Further Breaches of Equator Principles May 2004 – March 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.
The Sakhalin II PSA – a Production ‘Non-Sharing’ Agreement

The Sakhalin II PSA – a Production ‘Non-Sharing’ Agreement

Platform's report reveals that revenue distribution for Sakhalin II between the Russian government and Shell's consortium (SEIC) is set at a grossly unfair level. The contract terms, defined in a 1994 Production Sharing Agreement (PSA), place the Russian state at a significant disadvantage.