Daily Corruption News: 19 December 2014

Filed under - Oil and gas

Posted 19 December 2014

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China: Depleted oil field is window into China's corruption crackdown

A subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), PetroChina Daqing Oilfield, paid $85 million to pump from three blocks in the ageing Limau field under a 2013 contract with Indonesia’s state-owned oil company, Pertamina, according to senior Chinese oil industry officials with knowledge of the transaction.

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Australia: Secrecy surrounds corruption case against Adelaide drug cops

Brazil: Rousseff says Brazil must stamp out corruption, not companies

Canada: Culture of corruption in Quebec needs to be changed

China: Hong Kong tycoon Thomas Kwok found guilty of corruption

Italy: Italy's anti-corruption czar to join Rome bid team
New Zealand Herald

Switzerland: FIFA to release World Cup corruption report
Al Jazeera

Blogs and opinion

Global: Official aid in line for a makeover as donors announce 'historic agreement'
The Guardian

News from Transparency International

Online documentary: African Voices against Corruption
Web feature: EU takes action against secret companies

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