Funding received by School of Chemistry
Rose Shohet made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to University of Oxford
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Dear University of Oxford,
I write to request information regarding funding the School of Chemistry has received from the following companies:
BP Plc, Royal Dutch Shell, Statoil, Total SA, E.ON, Maersk Oil, ConocoPhillips, OMV, BHP Billton, Exxon Mobil, Rio Tinto, Gazprom, Glencore, Tullow Oil, Perenco, Petro China, Chevron Corporation, Sinopec, Rosneft, Reliance Industries, Valero Energy, Engie, Marathon Petroleum, Saudi Aramco, China National Petroleum Corporation, Kuwait Petroleum Company, ENI, APICORP, Bahrain Petroleum Company, Delonex Energy, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, Petrobras, Cheniere Energy, Enagás, Mercuria Energy Group, RS Energy, Vitol, Tellurian Inc., Snam S.p.A., Schlumberger and Techint.
Please include the following information:
1.For each of the above companies/bodies please list all projects, industrial research, industrial consultancy and university positions that the School of Chemistry has received funding for over the past five academic years, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19. Please also include donations from any of the aforementioned companies/bodies.
Please ensure that details show the company that provided the funding, the start and end date of the contract/project, the title of the project/research/donation/position and the total funding of each contract/project/position year-by-year for the past five academic years.
Please also show any public research councils involved or participating in the contract/project in question.
Dear Ms Shobet
I write to acknowledge receipt of your request.
Our aim is to send you a substantive response no later than the statutory deadline of 19
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