The EITI International Secretariat has during the last two years developed a wide range of publications and materials in several different languages about the EITI. This sheet provides an overview of the material that is currently available to all stakeholders.
This report by RW aims at encouraging dialogue between industry, governments, investors, banks and civil society about disclosure and confidentiality regarding contracts in the extractive sector.
The report argues that contract transparency is critical for natural resource management and for fair negotiations between governments and companies.
This EITI Report covers Niger's extractive sector in 2005 and 2006. It was published in August 2009.
This report provides a comparative study of the impact of Asian companies in two leading oilproducing countries: Nigeria and Angola.
It also shows the very different fortunes of Asian oil companies in these countries.
This report published by the Centre for Chinese Studies at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa builds on field research conducted in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Gabon. The report outlines Chinese company representatives' perceptions on the EITI . In the DRC, the respondents expressed that poor governance is the single biggest challenge to their operations. It is concluded that implementation of the EITI can indeed be a useful tool to improve the operational environment for African, Chinese and other stakeholders active in Africa’s extractive industries.
World Bank Group (WBG)- Oil Gas and Mining Policy and Operations Unit supported by Multi-Donor Trust Fund for EITI (MDTF).
The World Bank has issued “Toward strengthened EITI Reporting – summary report and recommendations”, following on from two roundtable consultations in May 2009 on EITI reporting processes. One conclusion from the report is that concrete steps can be taken to improve EITI reporting, and it outlines several recommendations for the EITI.
This Liberia EITI Validation report was published in July 2009.
This is the report of the 2009 Validation of the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Liberia. The validation represents the second EITI validation exercise undertaken, and the first EITI validation exercise in Africa. A consortium led by Oxford Policy Management (OPM), in association with the Emerging Markets Group (EMG) and the UK National Audit Office (NAO), conducted the validation.
Liberia was designated as EITI Compliant on 15 October 2009
By Sefton Darby, Revenue Watch Institute, June 2009.
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Since the inception of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the reporting method for company payments to governments has been one of the most contentious issues, specifically, whether disclosures should be made on a disaggregated, company-by-company basis or in aggregated form, without company-specific breakdowns. In this Revenue Watch report, author Sefton Darby lays out the most common arguments for an aggregated reporting standard,