|A weekly digest of activity on GOXI
With about 1200 subsidiaries in 80 countries, speaking of the company commonly known as BP is not that simple. Qualifications such as mother company, second tier, and other legal embodiments become useful. Anton Rühling shares the motivation for a partnership between OpenOil and OpenCorporates to map out the global structure and subsidiary hierarchy of BP plc.
This is all very useful information for journalists, and Seibik Bugri reports from an extractive industries workshop in Tanzania for journalists by courtesy of IFEJ, GIZ, and SECO.
From Trinidad and Tobago, Victor Hart shares the country's EITI report.
Dr. Akanimo Odon shares two posts on local content.
Kady Sequin announces a new three-year research project on women’s economic roles in artisanal and small-scale mining in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Uganda.
Angela Jorns shares Babar Turay's account on living in the shadows of Ebola.
And remember to submit your #Trilliondollarquestion for the EITI in Asia.
These and more blogs, photos, videos and discussions on GOXI.
- Olfa Hamdi; Project Management Consultant/ International Mediator - TunisiaConnect; Takoradi, Tunis, Tunisia
- Catherine Anderson; Strategic Advisor on NRM and Conflict, Global Governance Practice - World Bank; Washington, D.C., USA
- Mark Essex; Director in KPMG Kenya, International Development Advisory Services - Nairobi, Kenya
- Baby Matabishi; Chercheur Cartographe - The Carter Center; Lubumbashi, The Democratic Republic Of The Congo
- Benjamin Nenot; Extractives Social Consultant - Synergy Global Consulting; Paris, France
- Dom Nwachukwu; MD/CEO -NEITI Nswg Member - Port Harcourt, Nigeria
- Where next for governance of extractives? Old metal, new polish - Michael Jarvis - Read
- Will Afghanistan's new President depart from "business as usual" in the extractives sector? Katarina Kuai - Read
- Popping the gas balloon- A Ghana News Agency/ African Confidential- Seibik Burgi Read
- Tenement management system supports alluvial gold mining sector – Minister of Mining for Papua New Guinea -Bill Feast- Read
- The cartography of Acme Corporation and why it matters - Anton Rühling - Read
- 8 Ways to maximize local content in the extractive industry - A snapshot – Dr Akanimo Odon - Read
- Local content in the extractive industry......Who cares? - Dr Akanimo Odon - Read
- Kenya: Concerns over oil sector agreements - Seibik Bugri - Read
- From Trinidad and Tobago - Victor Hart - Read
- Uncovering women’s experiences in artisanal and small-scale mining in Central and East Africa - Kady Seguin - Read
- ELL blog series: Living in the shadows Ebola -Angela Jorns - Read
- The World Bank rules in favor of Exxon vs Venezuela - Audrey Cash - Read
- Inform the citizens about contracts- GIZ-Ghana/Teiti appeals to govt’s - Seibik Bugri - Read
- What’s your #Trilliondollarquestion for the EITI in Asia? - EITI - Read
- Oxfam America: Kenya's Oil Boom: An Agenda for Reform; Washington, D.C., USA; October 14, 2014 - RSVP
- UNCTAD:OilGasMines Special Event: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals Through Investment in Oil and Gas Field Services; Geneva, Switzerland; October 15 -16, 2014 - RSVP
- IGF: The Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development; Geneva, Switzerland; October 20-24, 2014 - RSVP
- IAIA: Special Symposium for Resettlement; Kruger National Park, South Africa; October 20-24, 2014 - RSVP
- Penplusbytes: New Media Hub Hack4Oil; Accra, Ghana; October 25, 2014 - RSVP
Remember: GOXIans are everywhere
- Cordaid: Extractives Advisor / Expert for Cordaid Kenya - Nairobi, Kenya - Apply
- ELL: Project Officer at Estelle Levin Limited - Cambridge, UK - Apply
- Adam Smith: Fiscal Regime Expert - Kabul, Afghanistan - Apply
- Foley Hoag: Advisor - Washington, D.C., USA - Apply
- The Global Innovation Challenge of Making: Share Ideas - how to promote better governance, transparency and accountability, and decreased corruption - Submit by October 15
- OGEL: Call for Papers - Emerging Emerging Issues in Polar Energy Law and Governance - Submit by November 15
- Synergy Global: CRP Training - October 13 -17 - Register
- 3ie: Proposal Preparation Grant: impact evaluation of initiatives that promote transparency and accountability of governance of resources in the extractives sector - Submit by October 22
- IM4DC & AMDC: Course - Emerging Leaders in African Mining Program - Cape Town, South Africa February 2 - February 13, 2015- Register
Remember: Post a job as a blog and we'll do the rest
- Synergy Global & University of Witwatersrand: Certificate Programmes;
- March 23 - March 27, 2015 - Community Relations Practice in the Extractive Industry: Management of Community Impacts - Register
- June 8 - June 12, 2015 - Community Relations Practice in the Extractive Industry: Management of Community Benefits and Partnerships - Register
- November 2 - November 6, 2015 - Community Relations Practice in the Extractive Industry: Developing and Maintaining Stakeholder Relations - Register
|Featured member - Matthew Bach
Matthew Bach is a graduate student at the University of Freiburg in Germany studying towards a master's in Environmental Governance. His thesis looks at the possibility of certifying shale gas extraction for social and environmental appropriateness.
Information on featured members and organizations is based on content shared by members or publicly available information, edited for language and brevity, and should not be considered an endorsement by GOXI of any member's skills or experience.
|Beyond GOXI: Books, news, papers and reports
- Costs of Mexico copper mine spill climbs to almost $140 million - Mining.com - Read
- Aboriginal engagement and agreement-making with a rapidly developing resource industry: Coal seam gas development in Australia - The Extractive Industries and Society - Read
- Company–Community Agreements, Gender and Development - Journal of Business Ethics - Read
- INFOGRAPHIC: History of Metals - Visual Capitalist - Read