GULF OIL - Portuguese Ally in Angola
A CIC BRIEF for Information and Action
by Corporate Information Center National Council of Churches
New York, New York, United States
National Council of Churches
Contents: INTRODUCTION • Background to the Angolan Situation • The Struggle for Liberation • The U.S. and Portuguese Africa • THE FACTS OF GULF IN ANGOLA • History and Operations • CHART 1: An Outline of Gulf Cabinda's Payments to the Portuguese • Gulf's Contract with Portugal • Gulf Cabinda and its Workers • Use of Oil - Exports and Portugal's Rights • THE MEANING OF GULF IN ANGOLA • CHART II: Gulf's Employees • Gulf's Payments to the Portuguese • Gulf's Relationship to the Angolan Economy • Gulf and the Military • Political Support • GULF ATTITUDES • THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST GULF • GULF OIL - A CORPORATE OVERVIEW • NET PRODUCTION OF CRUDE OIL AND CONDENSATE • REFINED PRODUCTS SOLD • GEOGRAPHICAL SOURCES OF NET INCOME • Gulf and the Tax Structures • U.S. AND FOREIGN INCOME TAXES • ACTIONS • I Church Stockholder Challenge and Educational Campaign • II Gulf Boycott Coalition • III Universities • IV The Liberation Struggle • V U.S. Government Policy • VI The Corporation • CORPORATE INFORMATION • APPENDIX A - Officers and Directors of Gulf Oil Corporation and Affiliations • APPENDIX B - Footnote Sources
Used by permission of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (successor to the Corporate Information Center).
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root