Shell & Eni court ruling must be appealed to avoid get out of jail free card for the corrupt says NGO coalition
Full judgment in the criminal trial related to the OPL 245 oil field in Nigeria was released today
Acquittal of Shell and Eni in corruption trial “a stain on Italy”
Joint statement on the Shell/ Eni verdict from Global Witness, Corner House, HEDA & Re:Common
Statement on Global Witness’s work in Guyana
Mike Davis, CEO of Global Witness, has made the following statement on Global Witness’s work in Guyana
Mega deal between Gécamines and Chinese state-owned company CNMC for one of DRC’s flagship copper mines could be leaving the country short-changed
An $800 million deal for one of Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) flagship copper mines risks leaving the country short-changed, Global Witness reveals
Global Witness welcomes Swiss criminal investigation into Glencore
This is the third jurisdiction that is examining the London-listed commodities giant. The fact that Glencore is now being investigated on its home turf reinforces the intensifying scrutiny faced by the company
New gold refinery in DRC links a senior employee of Erik Prince’s security firm to a close associate of ex-President Joseph Kabila and a reported gold smuggler, Global Witness reveals
A new gold refinery in DRC links a senior employee of Erik Prince’s security firm to a close associate of ex-President Joseph Kabila, and a reported gold smuggler
Alarm raised over re-appointment of accused in corruption trial as Eni CEO
Mr Descalzi is set to maintain the leadership role despite an ongoing criminal trial over corruption allegations surrounding the billion dollar 2011 acquisition by Shell and Eni of Nigeria’s OPL 245 oil license.
Following Heathrow decision UK must now ensure all projects aligned with Paris Climate Agreement
Heathrow decision must start real change from UK Government
BP’s “net zero” pledge not credible whilst continuing to drill for new fossil fuels
BP’s promise to be “net zero by 2050” is simply not credible for an organisation that is still planning to invest heavily in new oil and gas
Republic of Congo’s oil-backed debt could balloon beyond IMF estimates, Global Witness reveals
Republic of Congo’s public debt could exceed $12.5 billion, adding over a third to estimates released by the IMF in July 2019 when it awarded the country its fourth multi-million dollar bailout, Global Witness reveals today.
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