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Entries in Iraq (97)

Monday
Jan282013

Total on trial for oil-for-food violations

The French oil giant Total SA is on trial in Paris for violating the United Nations oil-for-food program.

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Wednesday
Dec192012

Corruption by the barrel: oil and graft

The top 20 oil producing nations have an average rank on the corruption perceptions index of 90 -- just into the bottom half.

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Thursday
Oct252012

Halliburton's latest FCPA disclosure (October 2012)

From the FCPA Blog members area, here's Halliburton Co.'s FCPA disclosure in its SEC filing on October 23:

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Monday
Oct012012

Enforcement Report for Q3 '12

During the quarter just ended, there were five corporate FCPA enforcement actions, one enforcement against an individual by the SEC, four criminal sentencings of individuals, and three and a half corporate declinations.

Here's what happened:

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Monday
Jul302012

Halliburton Opens New Investigation

Oil and gas services giant Halliburton said it has opened a new investigation into payments by operations in Angola and Iraq.

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Wednesday
Jul042012

Civil Complaint Against GE Energy Tossed

Khaled Asadi claimed he was fired by the GE subsidiary for telling supervisors and a company ombudsman about potential FCPA problems.

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Monday
Jun112012

Innospec's Jennings In U.K. Plea Deal

Reuters reported today that Paul Jennings, the former CEO of Innospec's U.K. operations, pleaded guilty to corruption charges in a London court.

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Thursday
Mar152012

Indexing Personal Danger

A post on the Risk Management Monitor last week by Christine Kane talked about the most dangerous countries for expats to work in.

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Tuesday
Feb142012

SFO Expands Innospec Prosecution

The U.K. Serious Fraud Office last week charged a former sales director from Innospec with corruption relating to contracts in Indonesia.

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Wednesday
Feb082012

Exec Claims GE Fired Him For Reporting FCPA Concerns

A former country manager in Iraq for a GE subsidiary claims he was fired for telling supervisors and an ombudsman about potential FCPA problems.

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Friday
Jan202012

Innospec Director Pleads Guilty In U.K.

The Serious Fraud Office said the former sales and marketing director in the U.K. for Innospec pleaded guilty this week to three criminal counts of conspiracy to corrupt.

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Thursday
Dec222011

Thirty Months For Naaman

Innospec's former agent who pleaded guilty last year to bribing Iraqi officials and violating the U.N.'s oil for food program was sentenced today to thirty months in federal prison and fined $250,000.

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