sharing in governance of extractive industries
SUSTAINING DEBATE ON THE OIL AND GAS SECTOR TRANSPARENCY:
ISSUES WITH CBN’S ALLEGATION AGAINST THE NNPC
The Nigerian Natural Resource Charter convened a Roundtable Discussion in Lagos on the 13th of March 2014, to examine the allegations by the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on discrepancies between the receipts of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the corresponding…Continue
Added by Nigerian NRC (NNRC) on April 11, 2014 at 10:12 — No Comments
(Reposting here this blog that appeared on CSRWire (http://www.csrwire.com/blog/posts/1163-are-we-beginning-to-see-the-light-lou-reed-and-supply-chain-responsibility). Because of the relevance to issues of interest to GOXIans and the mining-related examples I use, thought I would post here as well).
As 2013 ends, the inevitable review of important…Continue
Added by Brad Brooks-Rubin on January 9, 2014 at 16:00 — No Comments
Just posted over at revenuewatch.org: a blog on the results of innovative project monitoring work being carried out by civil society organizations in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, DRC, Guinea and Niger. Important mineral contracts are publicly available in these countries, and CSOs are using them as tools to track how governments and companies are complying with their legal obligations, and to propose new approaches for enhancing the positive impact of these projects.
Check it out…Continue
Added by Suman Chowdhury Mony on March 20, 2013 at 20:06 — No Comments
Patrick Heller and I have just published a paper on strategies for managing National Oil Companies in new oil-producing countries and hotspots for oil exploration. It challenges some generally accepted governance advice for low capacity emerging producers.
These governments face daunting challenges: Which body do they make responsible for licensing, regulation and monitoring: the National Oil Company, a ministry or a separate regulatory agency? Traditional analysis has often…
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By Coletta Wanjohi, Uganda
Bank of Uganda's main role is advising the government on all matters pertaining economic policy and de-velopment and this also involves the oil sector. The National Oil and Gas Policy that was approved by cabi-net in 2008 gives Bank of Uganda the mandate to be the manager of the oil revenue. This means that when Uganda's oil starts flowing and it is either exported or sold whatever revenue is realized will be managed largely by the central…Continue
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Extractive sectors and illicit financial flows: What role for revenue governance initiatives? is the new U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre publication dealing with illicit financial flows coming out of extractive industries.
Philippe Le Billon (2011)
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Issue 2011:13) 41 p.…Continue
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