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Perrine Toledano
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Perrine Toledano commented on Antoine Heuty's blog post 'How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?'
"Thank you all for your rich contributions to this discussion on how new technologies might be used for, and impact community consultation processes. When so far the new tech new deal conversation has been on anticipating and mitigating the negative…"
Saturday
Perrine Toledano commented on Antoine Heuty's blog post 'How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?'
"Hi Jodi Thank you for enlarging the scope of the discussion and for giving us further inspiration. I think between the emergence of tech and how it makes it way to communities (whether through mobile phones,  through social media or through…"
Jun 12
Perrine Toledano commented on Antoine Heuty's blog post 'How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?'
"Thank you Antoine for laying out how the technology can positively impact the shared value paradigm when so far what has been discussed was more on the negative side (ie: reduction of local content opportunities). I would be very eager to hear how…"
Jun 11
Perrine Toledano commented on Antoine Heuty's blog post 'How can technology support a human-centered mine of the future?'
"Thank you Antoine for laying out how the technology can positively impact the shared value paradigm when so far what has been discussed was more on the negative side (ie: reduction of local content opportunities). I would be very eager to hear how…"
Jun 11
Perrine Toledano commented on Osvaldo Urzua's blog post 'Smart inclusive mining, a key approach to increase local content and deliver shared value'
"Hi Jodi The last two sessions of this series (in June) will be dedicated to communities and their perspective. Looking forward to reading you there."
May 26
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Translating Gas and LNG into Money: 2 Open LNG fiscal models..

With the new gas discoveries in East Africa and in the Levantine Basin has come the need for countries involved to better understand the gas value chain and how to structure complex and capital intensive Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) projects for the benefit of the country.Having a fiscal model is key to enable this understanding.Thomas Mitro (CCSI's senior fellow) and CCSI have built the …See More
Feb 5
Henri-Claude ENOUMBA commented on Perrine Toledano's blog post 'Translating Gas and LNG into Money: 2 Open LNG fiscal models..'
" Not only in East  Africa , but Natural gas is far more important than oil to Qatar’s economy. Qatar’s energy minister, Kaabi’s annonced early in last december that Qatar would leave OPEC in2019 January this year  to…"
Jan 22
Henri-Claude ENOUMBA favorited Perrine Toledano's blog post Translating Gas and LNG into Money: 2 Open LNG fiscal models..
Jan 22
Perrine Toledano posted a blog post

Translating Gas and LNG into Money: 2 Open LNG fiscal models..

With the new gas discoveries in East Africa and in the Levantine Basin has come the need for countries involved to better understand the gas value chain and how to structure complex and capital intensive Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) projects for the benefit of the country.Having a fiscal model is key to enable this understanding.Thomas Mitro (CCSI's senior fellow) and CCSI have built the …See More
Jan 22
Perrine Toledano posted a blog post

CCSI's Exec Training on Extractives and Sustainable Development

Dear colleaguesI wanted to remind you of our sixth annual Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development, organized by us at the Columbia Center on Sustainable…See More
Apr 18, 2018
Ross Harvey favorited Perrine Toledano's blog post How to ensure that we can sustainably access enough critical minerals to ensure the energy transition
Mar 5, 2018
Perrine Toledano posted a blog post

How to ensure that we can sustainably access enough critical minerals to ensure the energy transition

Achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement requires the world to adopt ‘green technologies’ such as renewable energies and electric transportation at an unprecedented scale. While many countries have implemented policies to spur the adoption of such technologies, a lack of focus has been placed on the sourcing of minerals that are required as inputs. As a result, there is likely to be a significant deficit that may constrain the adoption of green technologies.In this …See More
Feb 28, 2018
Edson Farias Mello favorited Perrine Toledano's event Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development - Columbia University
Feb 7, 2018
Kristian Lempa favorited Perrine Toledano's blog post Capturing capital gains tax on indirect transfers of mineral rights: the HOW TO
Nov 9, 2017
Perrine Toledano posted an event

Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development - Columbia University at New York - Columbia University

June 4, 2018 to June 15, 2018
The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment is pleased to announce our sixth annual Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development from June 4-15, 2018 in New York City. The program is designed to equip public sector officials and civil society representatives from resource-rich developing countries with the necessary skills to promote the…See More
Nov 6, 2017
Antipas Massawe commented on Perrine Toledano's blog post 'Capturing capital gains tax on indirect transfers of mineral rights: the HOW TO'
"Court case on the capital gain tax uncollected from the Mantra Resources Ltd- Uranium One transfer of mineral rights in Tanzania still going on as reported here:…"
Nov 1, 2017

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gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, investing, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development

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Translating Gas and LNG into Money: 2 Open LNG fiscal models..

Posted on January 22, 2019 at 14:19 1 Comment

With the new gas discoveries in East Africa and in the Levantine Basin has come the need for countries involved to better understand the gas value chain and how to structure complex and capital intensive Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) projects for the benefit of the country.
Having a fiscal model is key to enable this understanding.

Thomas Mitro (CCSI's senior fellow) and CCSI have built the …

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CCSI's Exec Training on Extractives and Sustainable Development

Posted on April 18, 2018 at 9:41 0 Comments

Dear colleagues

I wanted to remind you of our sixth annual Executive Training on Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development, organized by us at the Columbia Center on…

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How to ensure that we can sustainably access enough critical minerals to ensure the energy transition

Posted on February 28, 2018 at 18:09 0 Comments

Achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement requires the world to adopt ‘green technologies’ such as renewable energies and electric transportation at an unprecedented scale. While many countries have implemented policies to spur the adoption of such technologies, a lack of focus has been placed on the sourcing of minerals that are required as inputs. As a result, there is likely to be a significant deficit that may constrain the adoption of green technologies.

In this …

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Capturing capital gains tax on indirect transfers of mineral rights: the HOW TO

Posted on October 30, 2017 at 12:30 4 Comments

Dear Goxians

Do you remember that story happening in early May 2016:

The miner Freeport McMoRan sold its 56% controlling stake in the Tenke Fungurume copper mine - one of the biggest mining projects in the DRC - to China Molybdenum Inc. (CMOC) for $2.65 billion. The DRC received nothing from this deal.  Indeed, the DRC did not even know it was happening, despite owning a 20% equity stake in the project. This is because…

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