Correspondence with the IFC/World Bank

CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE IFC/WORLD BANK

Through the following letters, you can read about the concerns raised by Crude Accountability and other community organizations regarding the environmental and social policies and practices of the International Finance Corporation at the Karachaganak field and around the world.

Letter from the CAO confirming that the May 2008 complaint meets the eligibility criteria for further assessment (June 5, 2008)

Complaint filed by Crude Accountability and the Ecological Society Green Salvation on behalf of the Berezovka Initiative Group (May 9, 2008)

Crude Accountability Letter to Mr. Rashad Kaldany (February 27, 2006)

Letter from Mr. Rashad Kaldany to the Berezovka Initiative Group and Crude Accountability (January 30, 2006)

Crude Accountability Letter to Mr. Paul Wolfowitz, President of the World Bank (December 9, 2005)

Crude Accountability Letter to Ms. Rachel Kyte (November 3, 2005)

Letter from Ms. Rachel Kyte to Crude Accountability (October 21, 2005)

Crude Accountability Letter to Ms. Rachel Kyte, Director of the IFC’s Environment and and Social Development Department (September 29, 2005)

Crude Accountability Letter to Mr. Paul Wolfowitz, President of the World Bank (July 12, 2005)

Letter from Mr. Rashad Kaldany regarding Crude Accountability’s letter to Mr. Wolfensohn and the World Bank Board of Directors (June 20, 2005)

Crude Accountability Letter to KPO regarding implementation of the recommendations issued by the IFC’s Office of the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (May 2005)

The IFC’s Office of Compliance Advisor Ombudsman’s Assessment Report: Complaint Regarding the Lukoil Overseas Project (Karachaganak Oil and Gas Field) Burlinsky District, Western Kazakhstan Oblast, Kazakhstan (April 15, 2005) [.pdf]

Crude Accountability letter to Mr. James Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank (January 31, 2005)

Response from Mr. Rashad Kaldany to Crude Accountability’s September letter (December 28, 2004)

Crude Accountability letter to Mr. Rashad Kaldany, Director of the IFC’s Oil, Gas, Mining and Chemicals Department, regarding Karachaganak (September 24, 2004)

Letter signed by 76 nongovernmental organizations, including Crude Accountability, to Mr. Peter Woicke, IFC Executive Vice President, urging the IFC to adopt mandatory disclosure and right-to-know requirements concerning pollutant releases and transfers from IFC-sponsored projects (September 9, 2004)