Forty-five countries are using EITI to improve natural resource governance. Learn how in the new EITI Progress Report 2014.
The applications for EITI candidature from United States, Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea were accepted by the EITI Board at its meeting in Oslo in March.
The revised Standard encourages more relevant, more reliable and more usable information, writes Jonas Moberg, Head of the EITI Secretariat.
See how much governments are receiving from extraction of their natural resources in EITI Reports from 35 countries.
In May 2013 the EITI Board agreed the revised EITI Standard. It is the global transparency standard for improving governance of natural resources.
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EITI brings together stakeholders from government, civil society, oil, gas and mining companies and investors.
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