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This is the Albania EITI 2018 Annual Progress Report (in accordance with Requirements 7.4 and 8.4).
The Board agreed on the framework and timing for assessing Requirement 2.5 on beneficial ownership, and on a broader review of the Validation process.
Where: 43rd Board meeting in Paris, France
Description: the Board agreed to the following:
A framework for validating Requirement 2.5 that consists of a technical assessment of meeting the requirements and an assessment of effectiveness. Validations in the first stage (until 31 December 2021) consider a set of initial criteria that would qualify for an assessment of ‘satisfactory progress’ in meeting the requirement.
The 2019 EITI Standard was adopted on 17 June at the Paris Global Conference.
The Progress Report is the EITI’s annual overview of the progress to improve transparency and governance of natural resources in the EITI countries around the world. The 2019 Progress Report is also available as a web version
The 43rd Board meeting 17 June in Paris, France. See more on our event page
Agenda in English and in French (see below).
Minutes in English and in French (see below).
Decisions taken at the Board meeting: see eiti.org/board-decisions, decisions including BM-43 in the reference number were taken in Paris (Board meeting 43).
Pictures of the Board meeting on (flickr to follow).
Find an overview of all Board meetings here
1) The case for first trade transparency
2) The EITI Standard and first trade disclosures
3) Progress in producing countries
4) Commodity traders’ contribution to transparency
5) Next steps for EITI and first trade transparency
Ensuring transparency in how resource-rich countries sell their oil, gas and minerals goes to the core of the mandate of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). In total, USD 2.5 trillion has been disclosed by EITI countries since its inception.
This Excel file displays the size of extractive sector revenues related to state-owned enterprises, and compares it to the EITI countries' progress on transparency in this area. It draws directly on the API of the website.
Read our blog on SOE transparency for insights on learnings so far, and next steps.