National Board of Archives of the Azerbaijan Republic
In September 2010, the Branobel History Project signed an agreement for scientific cooperation with the National Board of Archives of the Azerbaijan Republic. The agreement states that the institutions shall, among other things, exchange digital copies of historical source material related to the Nobel brother’s business engagements in the oil industry and other enterprises in Azerbaijan between 1870 and 1922, and further to collaborate on the selection of historical source material from both Azerbaijan and Sweden for the purpose of creating and publishing a historical website.
National Archives of Georgia
In March 2011, the Branobel History Project signed a preliminary agreement with the National Archives of Georgia to develop and plan for a joint project on terms to be agreed in 2011 and to sign a cooperation agreement for its implementation during 2011-2012.
Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museum
In March 2011, the Branobel History Project signed a preliminary agreement with the Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museum to develop and plan for a joint project on terms to be agreed in 2011 and to sign a cooperation agreement for its implementation during 2011-2012.
Nobel Family Society
In May 2011, the Nobel Family Society declared in a memorandum of understanding its commitment to wholeheartedly support the Branobel History Project and to assist its mission whenever possible.
Baku Nobel Heritage Fund
The Baku Nobel Heritage Fund is a non-profit international private organization, which was established in 2004 with the support of the Nobel Family to promote Nobel Brothers’ heritage in Azerbaijan. The restoration of the splendid Villa Petrolea – former residence of the Nobel Brothers in Baku was the first but not last unique ventures realized by the BNHF since then.
It also created a first outside of Sweden Home Museum of Nobel Brothers in Villa Petrolea, which has a lot of family belongings, historic items, original paintings, antiques and special gifts from the Nobel brothers’ current descendants. An international conference centre and the Baku Nobel Oil Club have found their place in Villa Petrolea as well.
The BNHF has been instrumental in support of the Branobel History Project and is committed to assist it in any possible way. In fact, the BNHF has been a patron of this project from the very beginning supporting and sponsoring events related to it.
In June 2011 the BNHF and the CBHS signed a milestone MOU that formalized the relationship between two respected organizations and laid down the framework for a future close cooperation.