Oil, Gas & MiningArticle
Overinvestment in oil and gas creates risks for investors, regardless of whether the world is effective in tackling climate change.
Take The Future: Shell's scandalous deal for Nigeria’s Oil
New analysis shows oil giants Shell and Eni set up a deal to deprive Nigeria of $6 billion
Oil, Gas & Mining, Climate breakdownBriefing
The US is set to drown the world in oil
A staggering 61% of the world’s new oil and gas production over the next decade is set to come from one country alone: the US. This would jeopardize global climate ambition.
Null and void? CoMiCo’s oil aspirations in DRC
An opaque Guernsey-owned company’s oil contract threatening Salonga National Park in Democratic Republic Congo could be null and void, according to our legal analysis.
After almost two decades of broken promises, IMF must secure Congo oil sector transparency actions before any new bailout.
Emails show senior executives at world’s fifth largest company knowingly took part in a vast bribery scheme that robbed the Nigerian people of $1.1billion.
Bailouts and bad business in Brazzaville
Two huge European oil companies and a former IMF official have had business ties to a middleman at the centre of a Portuguese corruption probe, our new investigation reveals.
Congo's Secret Sales
Huge international mining companies acquired major mining concessions in Congo for billions of dollars - but most of the money never reached state coffers.