EITI Board meetings

The EITI Board meets two to four times a year to deliberate on member countries progress with implementing the EITI Standard and other policy issues related to the EITI. All decisions made by the Board can be found here

Please contact the Secretariat (secretariat@eiti.org) directly if you have questions concerning the board meetings.

Tanzania EITI Report

Tanzania 2017/2018 EITI Report

Published Date: 
June, 2020

The EITI Report covers Tanzania#s extractive sector in the period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018. It was published in June 2020.

Chad 2017 EITI Report

Published Date: 
June, 2020
Publisher: 
Chad EITI

Chad's 2017 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.

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Open contracts 2021: Ensuring a good deal

Published Date: 
May, 2019

The 2019 EITI Standard requires EITI implementing countries to disclose all contracts and licenses that are granted or amended from 1 January 2021.

This new requirement is reflective of how contract transparency in the extractive sector has become a global norm in recent years. To date, more than 30 EITI countries have disclosed their contracts. Major companies have signified support, and civil society organisations have stepped up their efforts on this agenda.

Draft terms of reference for EITI network on contract transparency

Published Date: 
May, 2020

In 2013, the EITI Standard began encouraging countries to publicly disclose any contracts and licenses that provide the terms attached to the exploitation of oil, gas and minerals. Five years on, over half of EITI implementing countries disclose at least some contracts, and 18 major extractive companies have made statements supporting the practice in some form.

As these changes have taken place,

front page of report of impact assessment of EITI

Results measurement and impact assessment in EITI: a review of best and current practice

Published Date: 
May, 2020
Publisher: 
Christopher Wilson

As a prominent multi-stakeholder transparency initiative, the EITI has to take into account the diversity of implementing country circumstances and the divergent (and sometimes conflicting) expectations of different stakeholders. The unique nature of the initiative presents an opportunity to take a leadership role in establishing and communicating good practice in measuring results and impact.

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Transparency in Transition - Climate Change, Energy Transition and the EITI

Published Date: 
May, 2020
Publisher: 
Chatham House

The transition to a sustainable, decarbonised economy is now reshaping the extractive industries. It will have profound implications for the kinds of data, disclosures and dialogues that will be required to support accountability and good governance. Transparency is also central to international efforts to support the energy transition, including the reporting of emissions and the disclosure of climate risks. 

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