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(last updated July 2003)

UK campaign partners
International campaign partners
Other NGOs relevant to BTC pipeline
BTC Corporations

BP's record elsewhere

Other issues
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UK campaign partners

The Cornerhouse

Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Ilisu Dam Campaign

The Kurdish Human Rights Project

PLATFORM

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International campaign partners

Green Alternative (Georgia)

Bank Information Center (USA)

Campagna per la Riforma della Banca Mondiale (Italy)

CEE Bankwatch Network (Czech Republic / Central & Eastern Europe)

Friends of the Earth International (Netherlands / international)

Friends of the Earth USA

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looking north from Kesim, southern Turkey.
The pipeline would cut across these fields [Greg Muttitt / PLATFORM]

Other NGOs relevant to BTC pipeline

Amnesty International

Crude Accountability

Rising Tide

Greenpeace Mediterranean

IHD (Human Rights Association of Turkey)

Open Society Institute, Azerbaijan

Pacific Environment Network

Sustainable Energy & Economy Network (SEEN)

DHKD / WWF (Worldwide Fund for Nature) Turkey

WWF-UK

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BTC CORPORATIONS

Official project documents
Companies involved
Financial institutions
Construction ontractors
Financial contractors
Equipment suppliers
Subcontractors

Official project documents

Environmental and social impact assessment and other project documents for consultation

Host Government Agreement:

with Azerbaijan

with Georgia

with Turkey

Inter-Governmental Agreement (Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey)

Lump Sum Turnkey Agreement (Turkey)

Other official project documents on BTC pipeline, SCP pipeline, ACG oilfields and Shah Deniz gasfield:

www.caspiandevelopmentandexport.com

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Companies involved in BTC pipeline:

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BP

Unocal

Statoil

Turkish Petroleum (TPAO)

ENI

TotalFinaElf

Itochu

ConocoPhillips

Amerada Hess

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Financial institutions involved in BTC pipeline:

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ECGD – the UK’s export credit agency

EBRD – the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development

EXIM – the US export credit agency

IFC – the International Finance Corporation, the private-sector lending arm of the World Bank

JBIC – Japan’s export credit agency

OPIC – the US export credit agency

SACE – Italy’s export credit agency

MIGA – the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency of the World Bank

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Construction contractors involved in BTC pipeline:

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ABB - security and control system

Amec - parent company of Spie Capag (see below)

Bechtel – engineering, Azerbaijan and Georgia sections, plus procurement and construction management

Botas – construction contractor, Turkish section

Care International - managing "community investment programme" in Georgia

Consolidated Contractors International – pipelay, Azerbaijan section

Ecology & Environment Inc - environmental monitoring system

ERM – environmental impact assessment, Turkey section; plus social impact assessment, all sections

Fluor Daniel - basic engineering (now complete)

Gorbi - environmental impact assessment, Georgia section

Mercy Corps - managing "community investment programme" in Georgia

Northern Power - power systems

Pace Consultants – technical advice

Petrofac – pipelay, Georgia section, plus facilities, Azerbaijan and Georgia sections

RSK - environmental impact assessment subcontractor

Spie Capag – pipelay, Georgia section, plus facilities, Azerbaijan and Georgia sections

URS – environmental impact assessment, Azerbaijan and Georgia sections

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Financial contractors

ABN Amro – arranging the finance package

Baker Botts – legal advice on treaties / host government agreements etc

Citigroup - arranging the finance package

Lazard – overall financial advice

Mizuho - arranging the finance package

Mott McDonald - reviewing environmental impact assessment for lenders

Société Générale – arranging the finance package

Sullivan & Cromwell – legal advice on financing

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Equipment suppliers:

Europipe - pipes

Northrop Grumman – security telecommunications equipment

Ruhrpumpen

Sumitomo

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Subcontractors:

Gorbi

RSK

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BP's RECORD ELSEWHERE

BP in Alaska
BP in the UK
BP in Colombia
BP in Tibet / China
BP in West Papua
Independent info on BP

BP in Alaska:

Alaska Forum for Environmental Responsibility – on environmental, workplace and economic issues, especially on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System

AlaskaGroupSix – workforce whistleblowers highlighting failed and dangerous systems on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System

Alaska PIRG – on the impacts on Alaska of the BP – Arco merger

ANWRnews – workforce whistleblowers highlighting safety problems and failed systems on Alaska’s North Slope oilfields

US PIRG – on BP’s record and the problems of opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil exploitation

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BP in the UK:

Charles Woolfson, University of Glasgow – on industrial relations in the North Sea oil industry

Ian Rutledge, University of Sheffield – on North Sea oil industry taxation

OILC – on workforce safety and industrial relations in the North Sea oil industry

PLATFORM – article in the Guardian, ‘Pump and circumstance - Why the oil companies stayed silent during the fuel crisis’ – on lobbying power and taxation

Wildlife Trusts – on environmental damage of the North Sea oil industry

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BP in Colombia:

Colombia Report – on lack of compensation to smallholders who lost their land to BP’s pipeline

Colombia Solidarity Campaign

Michael Gillard & Melissa Jones – ‘BP's Secret Military Advisers’, June 1997

Michael Gillard, Ignacio Gomez & Melissa Jones – ‘BP hands 'tarred in pipeline dirty war', October 1998

Human Rights Watch - human rights concerns raised by BP’s security arrangements

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BP in Tibet / China:

Backing Persecution – BP in Tibet, East Turkestan and Sudan

Campagne Tibet (France) – BP campaign

Canada Tibet Committee - World Tibet Network News

Free Tibet Campaign

International Campaign for Tibet – BP campaign

Project Underground - ‘Raiding the Treasure House: Oil and Mineral Extraction in China’s Colonization of Tibet’

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BP in West Papua:

Down to Earth – the International Campaign for Ecological Justice in Indonesia

West Papua News Online

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Independent info on BP:

BP without the PR

Corporate Accountability Project – links and resources on anti-BP campaigns

Corporate Watch – BP corporate profile

US PIRG – ‘Green Words, Dirty Deeds - An Expose of BP Amoco's Greenwashing’

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OTHER ISSUES

Information on climate change
Information on conflict in the Caucasus
Information on human rights in the Caucasus and Turkey
Information on corruption
Information on social and economic development
Information on international financial institutions

Information on climate change:

Friends of the Earth International – climate campaign

Global Commons Institute

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

PLATFORM – ‘Managing climate change’ – BP and Shell, and how they handle climate change

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

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Information on conflict in the Caucasus:

CEE Bankwatch Network - ‘Caspian oil on the east-west crossroad’: paper on militarisation

Conciliation Resources – Caucasus programme

FEWER - Caucasus programme

Prof Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics – expert on Caucasus, oil and conflict

Map of regional conflicts PDF

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Information on human rights in the Caucasus and Turkey:

Amnesty International – Azerbaijan

Amnesty International – Georgia

Amnesty International – Turkey

Human Rights Watch – Azerbaijan

Human Rights Watch – Georgia

Human Rights Watch – Turkey

IHD (Human Rights Association of Turkey)

Kurdish Human Rights Project

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Information on corruption:

Caspian Revenue Watch

The Corner House

Open Society Institute, Azerbaijan

Publish What You Pay

Transparency International

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Information on social and economic development:

CEE Bankwatch Network – ‘Pocketing Caspian Black Gold: Who are the Real Beneficiaries of Oil Infrastructure Development in Georgia and Azerbaijan?’ PDF

Oxfam America – poor communities pay the price of extractive industries

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Information on international financial institutions:

Bank Information Center

Bretton Woods Project – critical voices on the World Bank and IMF

Campagna per la Riforma della Banca Mondiale

CEE Bankwatch Network

ECA Watch – international NGO network working on export credit agencies

Friends of the Earth International IFI campaign

Friends of the Earth USA IFI campaign

The Corner House – resources on export credit agencies

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Other organisations

ICEM – The International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers’ Unions

Oilwatch - resistance network that opposes the activities of oil companies in tropical countries

Project Underground - supporting the human rights of communities resisting mining and oil exploitation

Third World Network - international network involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North- South issues

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