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Index




BP
Abu Dhabi National Oil, 8, 86
as a leader in corporate citizenship,
Akassa community development
project, 113, 114 115, 132 78
as pioneer of CSR in oil/gas sector, 21
Aker, 57
asset manager rotation, 127
Algeria, resource curse, 136
attempts to address governance in
American Petroleum
Azerbaijan, 139
Institute, 68
biodiversity training, 127
Angola
climate change strategies, 28
transparency, 141
crises forcing CSR, 23 24
use of CSR for competitive
EITI support, 142
advantage, 116 117
emissions trading system, 80 81,
Angolan oil, 48
API gravity, 40 91 92
environmental performance,
appraisal wells, 44
ARCO, EC-X formula, 89 76 78
Argentina, CSR definition, 3 4 environmental reporting, 74
asphalt, 41 gas flaring, 75
associated gas, 41 greenhouse gas emissions reduction,
Austrian economics, 14, 18 21, 80 82
indirect carbon emissions, 96 97
35 36
authoritarian rule, 159 160 Kyoto treaty, 27
Azerbaijan lack of CSR in Algeria, 52 53
oil companies™ relationship with oil spills, 75 76
government, 159 social development spending, 105
revenue savings funds, 143 sustainable development, 98
Tangguh LNG project, 112 113, 132
Blowfield, Michael, 85, 128 transparency, 141
Bover, W. James, 158 BP Alternative Energy, 98

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Community development initiatives
BP Solar, 98, 101
limitations of, 115 116
BP Statoil, Baku Ceyhan pipeline, 101
competitive advantage, CSR for, 116 117
Brent Spar, 22, 60 61
Consortium for Development and Relief
Brown, Ralph, 34
in Angola (CDRA), 104
Browne of Madingley, Lord, 6 7, 81
consumption of oil and gas, 96
BUND, 60
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