The TOR sets out the work to be undertaken by the Independent Administrator hired to produce the EITI Report in Afghanistan.
The International Secretariat is preparing a recommendation to the EITI Board, seeking to clarify the following:
1. Whether equity oil collected in-kind and sold by state-owned companies should be subject to disclosures under Requirement 4.2.
2. Who are considered “sellers” and “buyers” in accordance with Requirement 4.2.
The Ministry of Planning and Finance now invites a competent consultant firm for Myanmar EITI’s Independent Administrator to produce the fourth MEITI report for the fiscal year 2016-17.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include but are not limited to the following:
Based on previous MEITI reports and the Terms of Reference for this position the consultant will carry out a consultation process with MEITI stakeholders to provide recommendations for the scope of the 4th MEITI report.Once the scope has been approved by the MEITI-MSG,
Burkina Faso's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
The Board decided that Timor-Leste is eligible for an extension and the reporting deadline is extended to 30 June 2019.
Timor-Leste is eligible for an extension and the reporting deadline is extended to 30 June 2019. If the outstanding EITI Report is not published by 30 June 2019, Timor-Leste will be suspended. The suspension will not be lifted until requirement 4.8 is met (i.e. a 2017 EITI Report by 31 December 2019). If the suspension is in effect for more than one year the EITI Board will delist Timor-Leste.