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PetroChina case study

EOS engagement impact

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  • PetroChina has made significant improvements in managing bribery and corruption risks, following high profile scandals in relation to its executives.
  • This case study details how EOS has engaged with the company since 2014 on these bribery and corruption challenges and those which the company faces as a state-controlled oil and gas company.

Case studies are shown to demonstrate engagement, EOS does not make any investment recommendations and the information is not an offer to buy or sell securities.

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EOS Client Service and Business Development

Amy D’Eugenio,
Head of Client Service and Business Development, EOS