THE ADANI LIST
COMPANIES THAT COULD MAKE OR BREAK THE CARMICHAEL COAL PROJECT
Adani’s plans to dig up hundreds of millions of tonnes of dirty Galilee Basin coal are gargantuan, requiring input from a range of project partners. And every company that helps this nightmare become a reality would be partly responsible for the environmental and climate devastation the Carmichael project stands to inflict.
High risk companies, which have known links with Adani or the Carmichael project, are featured below. Hover over or tap on the company logos to learn how each is connected, and click to take action. Further down the page is a more comprehensive list of companies that may be involved, broken down by sector.
COMPANIES ALREADY CONNECTED TO ADANI
These companies have known links with Adani or the Carmichael project. Hover over or tap on the company logos to learn how they are connected, and click to take action.
There are company-specific actions for AECOM, QBE, AMP, QIC, State Bank of India, Aurizon and Downer, while the other high risk companies can all be emailed from the one form.
AT RISK COMPANIES
This is a more comprehensive list of companies that are at risk of becoming involved in the Adani Carmichael project, broken down by sector. Hover or tap on the company names to learn how they are connected. Use the form to take action, asking the at risk companies to rule out any involvement. The companies already connected to Adani are covered by this generic action, but if you have time, please click the logos above to take specific actions relating to those companies.
|Company||Sector||What they have said|
|ANZ||Finance||"[ANZ's exposure to coalmining] is pretty small and trending down and I can’t see a time where we’d suddenly see that trend shift, to be honest”
- Shayne Elliott, CEO
|AXA*||Insurance||"AXA has decided to end investment and insurance support to... mining companies deriving over 50% of their turnover from coal mining."|
|Barclays||Finance||"Barclays has no plans to participate in financing the Abbot Point development or its associated mine/rail infrastructure"|
|BNP Paribas||Finance||"BNP Paribas do not intend to be involved in the financing of the development of coal mines projects in the Galilee Basin in Australia, nor of related dedicated infrastructure projects"|
|Citibank||Finance||"Citi is not involved and does not plan to be involved in any financing for the Abbot Point expansion"|
|Commerzbank||Finance||“Commerzbank does not finance projects for new coal mines.”|
|Commonwealth Bank of Australia||Finance||"We are not amongst the banks who have been, or will be, asked to consider this financing"|
|Credit Agricole||Finance||"Due to the number and magnitude of issued linked to the planned coal development projects in the Galilee Basin, Credit Agricole SA does not intend to finance these projects or their associated facilities"|
|Credit Suisse||Finance||“Credit Suisse will not provide any form of financing that is specifically related to the development of a new greenfield thermal coal mine, or where the majority of the use of proceeds is intended for a new greenfield thermal coal mine.”|
|Deutsche Bank||Finance||“We are currently not involved with this project and will also not be involved with it in the future”|
|Goldman Sachs||Finance||"Specific to Abbot Point, we will not finance any project or initiate loans where the specified use of proceeds would significantly convert or degrade a critical natural habitat"|
|HSBC||Finance||"[HSBC] is extraordinarily unlikely to go anywhere near [Abbot Point]"
"HSBC will no longer support new thermal coal mines"
|ING||Finance||"ING will not provide financial services that directly refer to... new thermal coal mining"|
|JPMorgan Chase||Finance||"We will not finance... a new greenfield coal mine or a new coal-fired power plant in a high income OECD country"
"We do not finance natural resource projects within UNESCO World Heritage Sites unless... such operations will not adversely affect the Outstanding Universal Value of the site”
|KBC||Finance||“KBC [has stopped] financing new, coal-fired electricity generation, including coal mining.”|
|Morgan Stanley||Finance||"Morgan Stanley will not lend to or invest in the expansion of Abbot Point"|
|NAB||Finance||"NAB is not involved and has no plans to be involved in any financing for the Carmichael coal mine"|
|Natixis||Finance||"Natixis has committed itself to end its financing of coal-fired power plants and thermal coal mines worldwide. Natixis has also decided to no longer accept new advisory or arrangement mandates linked to financings of this type."|
|Rabobank||Finance||"We will not directly finance the exploration, extraction or production of coal used for power generation"|
|Royal Bank of Scotland||Finance||“RBS is not involved in the Abbot Point expansion project and has no plans to be involved in the future”|
|SCOR*||Insurance||SCOR will no longer “issue insurance or facultative reinsurance that would specifically encourage new greenfield thermal coal mines"|
|SEB||Finance||“SEB will not enter into new business relations with companies
with major business in coal mining”
|Societe Generale||Finance||"Societe Generale is not currently involved, and does not plan to be involved in the coal mine and infrastructure projects associated with the Galilee Basin in Australia" (Translated)|
|Standard Chartered||Finance||"Both parties [Standard Chartered and Adani] have agreed to end the bank's role in the Carmichael project"
"We will not provide project finance or project finance advisory services to new standalone, non captive thermal coal mining projects"
|US Bancorp||Finance||“[US Bancorp] does not provide project financing… for the development of new coal mines.“|
|Westpac||Finance||“We will limit lending to any new thermal coal mines or projects (including those of existing customers) to only existing coal producing basins and where the calorific value for that mine ranks in at least the top 15% globally"|
* We don’t know if these companies have ever insured coal projects in Australia previously
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