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OpenOil UG

OpenOil UG is a Berlin-based consultancy working on transparency, governance and more progressive outcomes of extractive industries. We publish guides to  EI in English, French, Arabic & Spanish, and consult to public and private sector partners on three continents.See More
Jul 23
Piet Wostyn favorited Johnny West's blog post Where are your country's oil projects on the "Climate Change Supply Curve"?
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Jul 1
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Where are your country's oil projects on the "Climate Change Supply Curve"?

The latest report from Carbon Tracker Initiative, a non-profit analysis house in London, suggest that up to a third of currently planned oil and gas projects may now never go ahead because of climate change policy.In “2D of Separation”, CTI presents the potential risks to shareholders and investors in the world’s largest fossil fuel companies of “stranded assets”: the idea that if world leaders do what they said they would in the Paris Climate Change…See More
Jun 21
A blog post by Johnny West was featured

"Public interest" financial modelling – the next step in EITI reconciliations?

Charting out what a project’s revenue should can strengthen the capacity of the government. (Note: coupons to learn Excel as a prerequisite to financial modeling are available from a link at the end of this blog)When the EITI set out its work ten years ago, the core idea was to reconcile and compare the payments made by companies to governments to each other to see if they added up to the same amount. This can and has uncovered problems such as corruption. In 2013 the Standard was expanded to…See More
Jun 7
Johnny West commented on Alexandra Readhead's blog post 'Is Indonesia’s move to “gross-split” the future of oil and gas production sharing arrangements?'
"Thanks Alexandra for this great post! It's interesting to see that this could be the start of a trend. You rightly mention that cost assessments will still weigh in assessment of CIT, but are more contained. On the other hand, of the gross…"
Jun 7
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"Public interest" financial modelling – the next step in EITI reconciliations?

Charting out what a project’s revenue should can strengthen the capacity of the government. (Note: coupons to learn Excel as a prerequisite to financial modeling are available from a link at the end of this blog)When the EITI set out its work ten years ago, the core idea was to reconcile and compare the payments made by companies to governments to each other to see if they added up to the same amount. This can and has uncovered problems such as corruption. In 2013 the Standard was expanded to…See More
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OpenOil UG is a Berlin-based consultancy working on transparency, governance and more progressive outcomes of extractive industries. We publish guides to  EI in English, French, Arabic & Spanish, and consult to public and private sector partners on three continents.See More
May 22
A blog post by Johnny West was featured

Argentina’s flagship shale project would need billions of dollars of subsidies

A Spanish version is available here.--The largest shale project in the world outside the North America, in the Vaca Muerta basin in Argentina, is not viable under current market conditions and stated assumptions – unless the government of Argentina is prepared to maintain oil and gas subsidies of up to $9 billion.That is the leading…See More
Nov 29, 2016
Johnny West posted a blog post

Argentina’s flagship shale project would need billions of dollars of subsidies

A Spanish version is available here.--The largest shale project in the world outside the North America, in the Vaca Muerta basin in Argentina, is not viable under current market conditions and stated assumptions – unless the government of Argentina is prepared to maintain oil and gas subsidies of up to $9 billion.That is the leading…See More
Nov 25, 2016
A blog post by Johnny West was featured

Indonesia: model + EITI data = insight into how the mining regime is really being applied

No single issue dominates the third model in OpenOil’s collaborative series with partners, that of the Batu Hijau copper and gold mine in Indonesia (model and project documents), with Maryati Abdullah (interview) and Rizki Ananda (interview) of…See More
Nov 17, 2016
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Indonesia: model + EITI data = insight into how the mining regime is really being applied

No single issue dominates the third model in OpenOil’s collaborative series with partners, that of the Batu Hijau copper and gold mine in Indonesia (model and project documents), with Maryati Abdullah (interview) and Rizki Ananda (interview) of…See More
Nov 16, 2016
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Nov 11, 2016
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Five reasons to model at the project level

The portfolio of models OpenOil is releasing with partners (including yesterday's of the Kayelekera uranium mine in Malawi, developed with the NGO Mining in Malawi) are all at the project level. Normally speaking, this involves building a view of the financial flows for the investor and government from a single mine or oil field. But of course modelling can be applied at the macro-level as well, seeking to…See More
Nov 11, 2016
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Aug 9, 2016

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OpenOil is a resarch consultancy and publisher that seeks market driven solutions for Resource Curse issues.
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oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, geology, environment, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

Johnny West's Blog

Where are your country's oil projects on the "Climate Change Supply Curve"?

Posted on June 21, 2017 at 10:21 0 Comments

The latest report from Carbon Tracker Initiative, a non-profit analysis house in London, suggest that up to a third of currently planned oil and gas projects may now never go ahead because of climate change policy.

In “2D of Separation”, CTI presents the potential risks to shareholders and investors in the world’s largest fossil fuel companies of “stranded assets”: the idea that if world leaders do what they said they would…

Continue

"Public interest" financial modelling – the next step in EITI reconciliations?

Posted on June 6, 2017 at 12:01 0 Comments

Charting out what a project’s revenue should can strengthen the capacity of the government. (Note: coupons to learn Excel as a prerequisite to financial modeling are available from a link at the end of this blog)

When the EITI set out its work ten years ago, the core idea was to reconcile and compare the payments made by companies to governments to each other to see if they added up to the same amount. This can…

Continue

Argentina’s flagship shale project would need billions of dollars of subsidies

Posted on November 25, 2016 at 17:16 0 Comments

A Spanish version is available here.

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The largest shale project in the world outside the North America, in the Vaca Muerta basin in Argentina, is not viable under current market conditions and stated assumptions – unless the government of Argentina is prepared to maintain oil and gas subsidies of up to $9…

Continue

Indonesia: model + EITI data = insight into how the mining regime is really being applied

Posted on November 16, 2016 at 13:30 0 Comments

No single issue dominates the third model in OpenOil’s collaborative series with partners, that of the Batu Hijau copper and gold mine in Indonesia (model and project documents), with Maryati Abdullah (interview) and Rizki Ananda (interview) of…

Continue

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