This EITI Report covers Azerbaijan's extractive sector in 2005. It was published in December 2005.
This book investigates how revenues derived from natural resource exploitation can be translated into real benefits for the citizens of resource-rich countries.
Shows how despite unprecedentedly high prices of natural resources such as oil and gas on the global market,
It is the first EITI guide to implementation.
In 2005, the EITI published the EITI Source Book to guide countries wishing to implement the EITI. The source book did not include any requirements, but rather indicated key issues that need to be addressed in order to ensure comprehensive and reliable reporting. The Source Book contains examples of oil and gas and mining reporting templates.
This EITI Report covers Azerbaijan's extractive sector in 2004. It was published in December 2004.
This EITI Report covers Azerbaijan's extractive sector in 2003. It was published in December 2003.
The EITI Principles are part of the EITI Standard
What is now known as the EITI evolved from the first statement of the EITI Principles agreed at the Lancaster House Conference in June 2003. Today, the EITI Standard contain these and all the requirements for implementing the EITI. These beliefs and aims are endorsed by all EITI stakeholders.
The EITI Principles provide the cornerstone of the initiative. They are:
This note summarises the findings of a review of recommendations contained in EITI reports from a sample of countries.
How to support and strengthen resource transparency
Discussion paper on possible strategic directions for the EITI in the coming years.
This milestone publication provides step-by-step explanations of each phase of EITI implementation and unpacks the complex technical and strategic issues that activists face at each stage. Using real-world examples and data from multiple countries, Drilling Down illustrates the fundamental issues behind the EITI, including government accounting systems, types of extractive industry contracts, and the different fiscal regimes that control the flow of funds to and from governments.