Mozambique declared 'EITI Compliant'

The EITI Board today (26 October) declared Mozambique 'Compliant' with the EITI Standard. There are now 16 countries that are 'EITI Compliant'. EITI compliance means that the country has an effective process for annual disclosure and reconciliation of all revenues from its extractive sector. This allows citizens to see how much their country receives from oil, gas and mining companies.

Mali becomes 12th EITI Compliant country

The international Board of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) has designated Mali as EITI Compliant as of 29 August 2011. This brings the total number of EITI Compliant countries to 12.  

In accordance with the EITI Rules, Mali must be revalidated within 5 years, i.e., by 29 August 2016. Mali is also required to publish an annual report detailing efforts to ensure compliance with the 2011 edition of the EITI Rules by 1 July 2012.

Mongolia achieves EITI Compliant status

DAR-ES-SALAAM, 19 OCTOBER 2010.  Mongolia has achieved Compliance with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the global standard for improved transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors. The EITI Board designated Mongolia as 'EITI Compliant' at a meeting today in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.

EITI Chair Peter Eigen congratulated the government, industry and civil society organisations that have supported to the process in Mongolia:

Le Conseil d’administration de l’ITIE vient de désigner le Libéria pays conforme à l’ITIE

BAKOU, LE 15 OCTOBRE 2009 – Le Conseil d’administration de l’ITIE (Initiative pour la transparence dans les industries extractives) a organisé sa 10e réunion à Bakou, en Azerbaïdjan, du 14 au 15 octobre 2009. Au cours de cette réunion, le Conseil d’administration a désigné le Libéria comme pays conforme à l'ITIE, déclarant : « le Conseil d’administration félicite le gouvernement du Libéria et toutes les autres parties prenantes quant aux progrès admirables qui ont été réalisés dans la mise en œuvre de l’

Ghana achieves EITI Compliant status

DAR-ES-SALAAM, 19 OCTOBER 2010.  Ghana has achieved Compliance with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the global standard for improved transparency in the oil, gas and mining sectors. The EITI Board designated Ghana as 'EITI Compliant' at a meeting today in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania.

EITI Chair Peter Eigen congratulated the Government, companies and civil society organisations that have supported to the process in Ghana: