The EITI is a multi-stakeholder coalition of governments, companies, investors, civil society organisations, and partner organisations. A multi-stakeholder group oversees the EITI process in implementing countries and internationally through the EITI Board.
- To be considered a supporting company, a company has to make a minimum contribution. The oil and gas sub-constituency is required to contribute depending on market capitalisation USD 20,000 (MC<USD 5bn), USD 40,000 (MC: USD 5bn-USD 10bn) and USD 60,000 (MC>USD 10bn), and the recommendation for the mining companies is the same. Mining companies must contribute at least USD 15,000. All companies are encouraged to make greater contributions.
- Implementing countries fund their processes in-country. They are also required to make a financial contribution of USD 10,000 to the International Management of the EITI to help cover some of the support that they get from the international body.
- Supporting countries contribute finacially, technically and politically. For a list of financial contributions in 2016, please see here.