Investors are paying close attention to the financial consequences of the pandemic on suppliers, but more on the companies themselves than on resource-rich countries. Supplier governance influences the ability of nations and communities to benefit from oil, gas and mining projects, and is central to securing a “social license to operate.”
Les procureurs américains allèguent que l'argent lié à la République du Congo, riche en pétrole, a été utilisé de manière corrompue pour acheter des biens immobiliers à Miami. Cet article considère les liens entre une telle corruption et les sociétés pétrolières nationales.
U.S. prosecutors are alleging money connected to the oil-rich Republic of Congo has been corruptly used to purchase Miami real estate. This post explores the connections between such corruption and state oil companies.
Research for the 2021 edition of NRGI's Resource Governance Index has begun. The index measures the governance of oil, gas and mining sectors in resource-producing countries and provides freely available public data to help inform evidence-based decision-making.
A new report shows that there is nothing deterministic about a so-called “resource curse” and makes the case that transparency, accountability and participation are necessary but insufficient to enable long-term improvements in resource governance.
A new "frequently asked questions" briefing about the supply chain for electric vehicle batteries provides information about the governance, corruption, human rights abuses and environmental dimensions of battery production.