EITI Reports

Countries implementing the EITI Standard publish EITI Reports that disclose the revenues and other information from extraction of the country's natural resources. Companies report payments to government (taxes, royalties, etc) and the government reports what it has received. These two sets of figures are compiled and reconciled by an independent administrator and published in the EITI Report, together with other information.

Together with the report, each country submits a set of summary data, which can be found here: eiti.org/summary-data

Disclaimer: The International Secretariat has extracted summary data from these reports. Users are advised to consult the original reports for detailed information. Where figures are not available in US dollars, the annual average exchange rate is used. Should you have any comments please  contact the EITI Secretariat.

  

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Afghanistanxxxxxxxxxxxx
Albania xxxxxxxxxx
Azerbaijanxxxxx
Burkina Faso xxxxxxxxxxx
Cameroonxxx
Central African Republic xxxxxxxxxxx
Chad xxxxxxxxxx
Côte d'Ivoire xxxxxxxx
Democratic Republic of Congo xxxxxxxx
Gabon xxxxxxxxx
Ghana xxxxx
Guatemala xxxxxxxxxxxx
Guinea xxxxxxx
Hondurasxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Indonesia xxxxxxxxxxx
Iraq xxxxxxxxxxx
Kazakhstan xxxxxx
Kyrgyz Republic xxxxx
Liberia xxxxxxxxxx
Madagascar xxxxxxxxx
Mali xxxxxxxx
Mauritania xxxxxxx
Mongolia xxxxxxx
Mozambique xxxxxxxxx
Myanmarxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Niger xxxxxxx
Nigeria xx
Norway xxxxxxxxxx
Peru xxxxxx
Philippinesxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Republic of the Congo xxxxxx
Senegalxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Seychellesxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sierra Leone xxxxxxxxxx
Solomon Islands xxxxxxxxxxxxx
São Tomé and Príncipe xxxxxxxxxx
Tajikistan xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Tanzania xxxxxxxxxx
Timor-Leste xxxxxxxxxx
Togo xxxxxxxxxxxx
Trinidad and Tobago xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Ukrainexxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Yemen xxxxxxxxx
Zambia xxxxxxxxx