China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
Headquarters in China
CNPC is the government-owned parent company of publicly listed PetroChina, which was created in November 1999 as part of the restructuring of CNPC.
Author: El Espectador (Colombia)
“100 compañías emiten 71% de los gases responsables del cambio climático”, 15 de diciembre de 2017...
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Author: David Cruz, Ambiente y Sociedad, en Blogs El Espectador
“Petrolera china Sinopec demanda a venezolana Pdvsa en tribunal estadounidense” – 7 de diciembre de 2017...
Author: Nigel Topping, We Mean Business
"It's time for the gas majors to tackle methane", 3 Nov 2017...
Norway: Watchdog to reveal list of companies world’s largest wealth fund should exclude due to climate concerns
Author: Sveinung Sleire, Bloomberg
"Norway's $1 Trillion Fund About to Get List of Climate Baddies," 26 October 2017...
Author: Simon Billenness, Executive Director of the International Campaign for the Rohingya (USA)
A group of investors and stakeholders has called on energy companies doing business in Myanmar/Burma to reassess their dealings in light of that country’s brutal military crackdown on its ethnic Rohingya minority... [L]etters signed by 31 investor...
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Ecuador: NGO requested precautionary measures from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights for a journalist who made accusations of irregularities in contract with PetroChina
According to public allegations in a press conference, journalist Fernando Villavicencio reported that irregular payments in a contract with the Chinese oil company (part of China Petroleum National Corporation) had been caused patrimonial detriment...
Ecuador: Amazon Sápara indigenous group reportedly threatened by Chinese oil expansion in their lands
Author: Intercontinental Cry (US)
“The Sápara nation vs. The slimy oil Mungia”...
Commentary: California should address climate impact of Chinese investments in the Amazon, as it becomes China's partner on climate action
Author: Leila Salazar-López, Amazon Watch
"What China and California have in common — the Amazon?", 14 Jun 2017...