Chinese National Oil Companies and the Economic Development of African Oil Producers

China’s increasingly close engagement with the African continent has triggered considerable controversies over the past decade, with a leading role played by Chinese NOCs. While we hypothesise that the Chinese do things ‘differently’ from other oil investors in Africa, we do not know whether the different corporate strategies of the leading Chinese NOCs and the specificities of African political economies they engage with generate unique forms of development, and if so in whose interests?...

Chinese National Oil Companies and the Economic Development of African Oil Producers

Extractive Industries Source Book

The University of Dundee/CEPMLP received a US$1.5 million grant in 2010 for a unique study on good practice issues in the development of hydrocarbons and mining resources in capital importing countries. In 2015 a further grant from The World Bank has allowed a programme of updating to commence, including the introduction of responsive technology for mobile telephonic access and the conclusion of a hard copy version of the Source Book for publication in 2016....

Extractive Industries Source Book

Extractives Resource Hub

The Extractives Resource Hub (‘The Hub’) will be an interactive one-stop shop for decision-makers in emerging resource-rich countries, providing easy and coordinated access to high-quality, on-demand evidence, world class expertise and personalised support for good management of the sector throughout the lifecycle of the oil, gas and mining industries; from exploration to export. ...

Extractives Resource Hub

STRADE

The Strategic Dialogue on Sustainable Raw Materials for Europe (STRADE) addresses the long-term security and sustainability of the European raw-material supply from European and non-European countries....

STRADE