Gorgon gas workers leave country during a strike over the country’s gas sector. Photo: AP
India’s gas companies have been hit with the highest number of allegations of malpractice in three decades of gas work.
The report, obtained by Reuters from a private energy consulting firm, said India’s top five oil and gas companies had suffered the most misconduct claims.
“The top five companies by terms of most allegations have a combined total of 42,928, or 10 percent, more than any of the 20 most prolific energy companies worldwide,” said the report, issued by global consulting firm Wood Mackenzie, the third of its kind 우리카지노on this topic.
The four top six oil and gas companies in terms of number of claims were Exxon Mobil with 35,965 allegations, Chevron with 30,984, Cnooc with 30,600 and Total with 26,849.
“There have been more than 10 cases of malpractice at top gas companies worldwide – that’s roughly twice as many as at top electricity companies worldwide,” Wood Mackenzie’s report said.
“There are a number of challenges to the companies, but we’ve looked at the big picture. We’ve tried to understand the scale of these issues. They are real issues that affect many industries all around the world and the top companies have got to make a lot of changes to their practices,” Wood Mackenzie said in a statement.
The latest data show that India accounted for just 6.4 percent of the 1.7 trillion liters (Litres) sold globally in 2016, according to data f카지노 사이트rom Euromonitor.
At the top six, Chevron and Exxon Mobil accounted for almost a quarter of the gas sales while BP and Cnooc are the others.
The oil and gas companies that have been particularly outspoken have been those that dominate the export sector, such예스카지노 as ExxonMobil (XOM), BP (BP), CNOOC, Total (Nasdaq: CNXO), Chevron, and the major global chemical companies: Total SA (TSX:TOT), Total Plc (TOT), French state oil company Total SA (SIC) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.L).
BP was criticized for what it called a “lack of sensitivity to safety standards,” but it said the allegations against it were baseless. Total also disputed the allegations that it did not monitor oil production in India because of a lack of transparency.
Exxon Mobil denied the allegations. “Our actions in developin