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daniel gilbert commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"A great posting, Anton, thanks for sharing and very interesting to see how this OpenOil case study of Bulyanhulu is continuing to develop. Your OpenOil.net article reports on beneficiation.  More on this important topic below,…"
Apr 11
daniel gilbert favorited Anton Rühling's blog post Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?
Apr 11
A blog post by Anton Rühling was featured

Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?

First published by Johnny West on openoil.netTanzania’s decision to impose a ban on concentrate exports from its mining industry has gained wide coverage among industry watchers. The question is: what does the government hope to achieve with it, and what will companies’ reaction be to it?In this piece, we explore the possibility that the ban particularly targets Acacia…See More
Apr 5
Gilbert Makore commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"Thanks a lot Peter Boffin."
Apr 5
Bubelwa Kaiza commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"It is my correct submission that Tanzania has had changed political environment right from the highest level of government. The government, to my understanding, would be interested in taking stock of mining activities…"
Apr 4
Peter Bofin commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"You can find the report on the viability of a copper concentrate smelter here Gilbert. It was produced by the Tanzanian Minerals Audit Agency (TMAA), in 2011. TMAA is the agency that samples the contents of each container of concentrate before…"
Apr 4
Gilbert Makore commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?'
"Totally agreed. My own take is this is to force mining companies to the table. There is certainly likely to be movement either from company or from gvt on the ban. If media reports are anything to go by- it is indeed odd to try to address issues…"
Apr 4
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Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?

First published by Johnny West on openoil.netTanzania’s decision to impose a ban on concentrate exports from its mining industry has gained wide coverage among industry watchers. The question is: what does the government hope to achieve with it, and what will companies’ reaction be to it?In this piece, we explore the possibility that the ban particularly targets Acacia…See More
Apr 4
Anton Rühling and Iliusi Donaji Vega del Valle are now friends
Nov 11, 2016
Anton Rühling commented on Anton Rühling's blog post 'Brazil's $90 billion Libra field in trouble - says public data'
"See our latest blog for detailed comments on the open financial model release together with our responses: http://openoil.net/2016/11/09/comments-to-our-libra-model-release/"
Nov 9, 2016
Publish What You Pay - US favorited Anton Rühling's blog post Brazil's $90 billion Libra field in trouble - says public data
Nov 8, 2016
A blog post by Anton Rühling was featured

Brazil's $90 billion Libra field in trouble - says public data

We are delighted to publish the first in our series of open financial models to be produced with teams from government, civil society and the private sector from all over the world - using only publicly available information.Brazil’s Libra field has been the subject of intense public interest since the deal for it was announced in 2013. It is the flagship for the country’s attempt to become a major global exporter. The massive field lies 250 km offshore in the pre-salt – under 2,000 m of water…See More
Nov 7, 2016
Anton Rühling posted a blog post

Brazil's $90 billion Libra field in trouble - says public data

We are delighted to publish the first in our series of open financial models to be produced with teams from government, civil society and the private sector from all over the world - using only publicly available information.Brazil’s Libra field has been the subject of intense public interest since the deal for it was announced in 2013. It is the flagship for the country’s attempt to become a major global exporter. The massive field lies 250 km offshore in the pre-salt – under 2,000 m of water…See More
Nov 4, 2016
PATRICK AFAMEFUNA CHIEKWE favorited Anton Rühling's blog post With Mandatory Disclosures, More Open, Granular Oil Price Data
Aug 22, 2016
Nicolas Maennling favorited Anton Rühling's blog post With Mandatory Disclosures, More Open, Granular Oil Price Data
Aug 22, 2016
A blog post by Anton Rühling was featured

With Mandatory Disclosures, More Open, Granular Oil Price Data

This blog was also posted on the Natural Resource Governance Institute website and the Open Oil website. It was written by David Mihalyi and Anton Rühling.Many oil-rich countries’ governments reap…See More
Aug 22, 2016

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OpenOil UG
Type of Organisation
Business, Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://www.openoil.net
Job Title
Programme Manager
About My Work
Working as a Programme Manager for OpenOil UG, an energy research and policy consultancy.
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, governance and anti-corruption, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection

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Is Tanzania’s export ban a high stakes game of poker with Acacia?

Posted on April 4, 2017 at 10:18 5 Comments

First published by Johnny West on openoil.net

Tanzania’s decision to impose a ban on concentrate exports from its mining industry has gained wide coverage among industry watchers. The question is: what does the government hope to achieve with it, and what will companies’ reaction be to it?

In this piece, we explore the possibility that the ban…

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Brazil's $90 billion Libra field in trouble - says public data

Posted on November 4, 2016 at 18:43 1 Comment

We are delighted to publish the first in our series of open financial models to be produced with teams from government, civil society and the private sector from all over the world - using only publicly available information.

Brazil’s Libra field has been the subject of intense public interest since the deal for it was announced in 2013. It is the flagship for the country’s attempt to become a major global exporter. The massive field lies 250 km offshore in the pre-salt – under 2,000…

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With Mandatory Disclosures, More Open, Granular Oil Price Data

Posted on August 19, 2016 at 16:27 0 Comments

This blog was also posted on the Natural Resource Governance Institute website and the Open Oil website. It was written by David Mihalyi and Anton Rühling.

Many oil-rich countries’ governments reap…

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The Panama Papers, corporate filings and the “bad guy” / “sharp guy” issues

Posted on April 15, 2016 at 14:01 0 Comments

Oil geek question: what do ConocoPhillipsHalliburton and Schlumberger have in common? Well… they all share the fact that they have, or at least at one point had, Panama incorporated subsidiaries. So why is…

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