sharing in governance of extractive industries
Authored by Catherine Greene and Ines Schjolberg Marques
EITI stakeholders and supporters met at the 2019 Global conference to share best practice and early benefits in implementing the one of the world’s first public beneficial ownership transparency requirement.
When doing business, interested parties want to know who they are dealing with. Historically, ownership of unlisted extractive companies has been opaque, leaving governments and companies…Continue
Authored by Alex Gordy
The EITI’s 8th Global Conference catalyses next steps in SOE transparency.
In many resource-rich countries, the state is directly involved in the extractive sector through its own state-owned enterprises (SOEs). The sale of a state’s natural resources is often a significant revenue stream for national budgets and development priorities. To date, 40 EITI countries have reported revenues from state-owned oil, gas and mining…Continue
Authored by Marie Gay Alessandra Ordenes, Asia Director, EITI International Secretariat
The EITI government network on contract transparency was launched at the EITI Global Conference in Paris.
Governments from Armenia, Cameroon, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Guinea, Indonesia, Malawi, Mexico, Mongolia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Philippines, Senegal, São Tomé and Príncipe and Zambia have joined the network. This coincided with the EITI…Continue