Catch Me If You Can: Exxon complicit in corrupt Liberian oil sector
We expose how US oil giant Exxon purchased a Liberian oil block it knew was tainted by corruption – while attacking US anti-corruption laws.
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
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.
Jade: Myanmar's "Big State Secret"
As Myanmar's historic election approaches, our report reveals a secret jade trade worth up to US$31 billion, and controlled by military elites and drug lords.
Not for sale: Congo’s forests must be protected from the fossil fuels industry
The largest protected tropical rainforest in Africa – Salonga National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo – is at risk from oil exploration thanks to a secretive deal with an opaque company.
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.
Capture on the Nile
South Sudan's state-owned oil company, Nilepet, has been captured by predatory elites and security forces.
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.