Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining 2014: NGOs vs the extractives
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Robert Blood, managing director, SIGWATCH ...

Robert Blood, managing director, SIGWATCH
Activist groups are often at the top the reputation risks list for extractive companies, including those groups supporting everything from environmental change to wildlife protection. Communicating with these groups requires attention to CSR programmes, effective public affairs and stakeholder engagement on numerous levels.

Robert Blood, managing director of SIGWATCH, explains where NGOs are trying to take the industry and what can be learned from their campaign strategies and tactics.

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Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining 2014: NGOs vs the extractives Presentation Transcript

  • 1. NGOs vs. the extractives Robert Blood Managing Director, SIGWATCH Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining Conference, London, 11 June 2014 www.sigwatch.com
  • 2. NGO campaigning on extractives in last 10 years © SIGWATCH 2014 Data points are derived from 7 month moving averages of monthly NGO activity counts oil gas coal mining
  • 3. North American NGO campaigning on climate change Data points are derived from 7 month moving averages of monthly NGO activity counts © SIGWATCH 2014
  • 4. Data points are derived from 7 month moving averages of monthly NGO activity counts © SIGWATCH 2014 North American NGO campaigning on climate change Keystone XL Shale gas Coal-burning and health
  • 5. -700 -600 -500 -400 -300 -200 -100 0 BHP Rio Tinto Vale Glencore Xstrata Anglo American Criticism NGO attitude to leading miners Aggregate NGO criticism/praise in last 12 months © SIGWATCH 2014
  • 6. -3000 -2500 -2000 -1500 -1000 -500 0 500 ExxonMobil Shell Chevron BP ConocoPhillips BHP Rio Tinto Vale Glencore Xstrata Anglo American Criticism Praise NGO attitude to leading IOCs and miners Aggregate NGO criticism/praise in last 12 months © SIGWATCH 2014
  • 7. -3000 -2500 -2000 -1500 -1000 -500 0 500 1000 Nestlé Procter & Gamble Coca-Cola Unilever PepsiCo Reckitt Benckiser General Mills ExxonMobil Shell Chevron BP ConocoPhillips BHP Rio Tinto Vale Glencore Xstrata Anglo American Criticism Praise NGO attitude to leading FMCGs vs IOCs and miners Aggregate NGO criticism/praise in last 12 months © SIGWATCH 2014
  • 8. You Customers /OEMs Regulators Media Politicians Assumed stakeholder relationships Retailers Investors Employees Suppliers Industry assns Govts Community
  • 9. You Customers /OEMs Regulators Media Politicians Actual stakeholder relationships Retailers Investors Employees Suppliers Industry assns Govts Community
  • 10. You Customers /OEMs Regulators Media Politicians NGOs ungluing already weak stakeholder bonds Retailers Employees Industry assns Govts Community Investors Suppliers
  • 11. NGO targeting of retailers and electronics on mining © SIGWATCH 2014 Data points are derived from 7 month moving averages of monthly NGO activity counts © SIGWATCH 2014
  • 12. NGO targeting of financial institutions on extractives © SIGWATCH 2014 Data points are derived from 7 month moving averages of monthly NGO activity counts
  • 13. © SIGWATCH 2014 NGO pressure on finance is indicative of your future