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Amrit Naresh
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  • Berlin, Berlin
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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
OpenOil
Type of Organisation
Business, Civil Society Organisation, International Organisation, Media
Website
http://openoil.net
Job Title
Research Associate
About My Work
Researching and blogging about transparency issues in the oil industry.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

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Indigenous oil companies in Nigeria: business is good, but is governance lacking?

Posted on June 12, 2014 at 14:18 0 Comments

Sixty years after Shell and BP first struck oil in the Niger Delta, multinational companies still produce more petroleum than local Nigerian companies do. But the long, fitful process of indigenizing the industry – a national priority since the 1970s – has finally, unmistakably, taken hold.

In Port Harcourt, the steamy Delta oil hub, I saw more filling stations with local brand names than international ones: shiny signs emblazoned with Conoil and Oando logos, to name just two. Local…

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Gas flares, blackouts and the paradox of Nigeria's energy problems

Posted on June 3, 2014 at 11:30 0 Comments

The other night on a flight from Port Harcourt to Lagos, I saw what a gas flare looks like from the sky. Against a black backdrop, I counted flares by the dozens – giant, violent looking plumes of burning gas illuminating the night sky. I was struck by the darkness between the flares: I saw no electric lights, save for a few faintly glowing clusters, as I flew across a region that sustains upwards of 31…

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Mexico’s oil reforms: transparency now or never?

Posted on April 8, 2014 at 17:00 1 Comment

A few weeks ago we released the Spanish translation of Oil contracts: how to read and understand them, which we hope will bring some degree of clarity to the subject for our friends in Latin America and elsewhere. The publication is timely, coming just as one of the region’s most important petroleum producers, Mexico, pushes through reforms to end the 76-year monopoly of its national champion, Pemex.

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Big Data decoding Big Oil: Nigerian corporate networks

Posted on January 22, 2014 at 12:30 2 Comments

Last month in Lagos, we brought together activists from the tech and oil worlds for a hackathon on the extractive industries of Nigeria. A hackathon, in the lexicon of computer geekery, is what happens when people pool their research, programming, hacking skills to solve a problem or investigate a particular subject, sometimes over a period of several days. Alongside stacks of empty pizza boxes and coffee pots, hackathons often produce a program or application that aims to be usable by…

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