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Lucy Wallwork
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Openoil seeks market-driven solutions which produce better outcomes from the oil and gas industry for the people of producing nations. We provide policy and corporate governance research to both public and private sector clients on three continents, and generic and customised publishing services in the energy industry.
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oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

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The EITI and Zombie Transparency: what next for Azerbaijan?

Posted on June 21, 2013 at 11:57 0 Comments

One of my favourite catchphrases thrown around last week at the sixth EITI global conference was ‘zombie transparency’. Not a reference to jetlagged scenes over EITI Board meetings, as suggested by one Board member, but to the danger of implementing countries sleep-walking through the box-ticking exercises required by the standard, while contributing little to meaningful reform. The reformed standard finalised this week is a crucial attempt to keep the EITI at the avant-garde of the…


Oil and Stability in Azerbaijan: cracks begin to appear.

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 13:05 0 Comments

There are some big decisions to be made by investors in Azerbaijan’s oil and gas sector this year, with up to $30 billion at stake at the Shah Deniz Stage 2 gas development, planned to come on stream in 2018.  Statoil is fretting about political uncertainty in the EU. But it and other…


A tale of two giants: SOFAZ, SOCAR and the EITI in Azerbaijan

Posted on March 28, 2013 at 14:06 0 Comments

Some time ago I wrote about my initial bewilderment at the Azerbaijani government’s touting of its EITI record, given a personal experience of the country very much at odds with everything that the EITI stands for. Of course, the debate will always come back to the troubles of a broadly successful global mechanism overburdened with high expectations. But now, as the EITI hammers out a…


Lost in the pipeline: transparency and the “transit curse”

Posted on January 30, 2013 at 17:22 0 Comments

Bloggers in the world of energy came to accept some time ago that our topic matter, while it might get us hot under the collar, is going to be hard to sell to the wider world as a sexy topic. But judging by the ridicule of my colleagues at the prospect of writing a blog on the least sexy of unsexy oil topics – transit fees – it seems this is the real anorak of the sector. But shouldn’t we care more about transit fees? Why demand less of them than of other revenue streams when, for…


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At 13:35 on June 27, 2014, Jenkins Flahwor said…

Hi Lucy....I would be happy to share with you what ever information once I have them available or have knowledge of the issue. Just to let you know, I have spent the last 12 years working in he civil society sector in Liberia basically working on transparency and accountability issues as it relates to the natural resource sector. As part of that I am currently doing a master of science in Mineral Economics at Curtin University in Australia. I currently reside in Perth. will be happy to share in your research...my current email is mailjenkins@yahoo.com Tel: +61469860833, skye: Jenkins.flahwor

At 9:35 on June 26, 2014, Himmie Eugene Langford said…

Welcome to Liberia and no problem assisting you.



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