Where: Board Circular number 242
The EITI International Secretariat is seeking to recruit a consultant to support the government of Nigeria and the EITI MSG with a commodity trading pilot. The consultancy includes:
(i) collecting, reviewing and analyzing data on volumes, contracts and liftings of government oil and gas;(ii) providing a clear description of flows of funds into and out of the Federation account from the sale of government oil and gas, including pricing, in-kind payments and beneficial ownership disclosure of trading companies;(iii) producing an inception report,
Attached below is Armenia's beneficial ownership roadmap on how it intends to disclose the beneficial owners of the companies active in the extractives sector (requirement 2.5).
More information on beneficial ownership can be found at eiti.org/beneficial-ownership
This EITI Report covers Tajikistan's extractive sector in 2015-2016.
This RoEI is now closed.
The objective of the assignment is to:
(i) undertake a review of transparency gaps in the commodity trading value chain in consultation with AlbEITI, multi-stakeholder group (MSG) and relevant government agencies;
(ii) provide capacity building to the MSG and AlbEITI on commodity trading; and
(iii) produce a report on commodity trading to address the gaps identified.
Expected outputs from the project include:
The first Validation of Timor-Leste commenced on 1 July 2016. On 11 January 2017, the EITI Board found that Timor-Leste had made meaningful progress in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard (see here). The Board established seven corrective actions related to:
Industry engagement (requirement 1.2);Civil society engagement (requirement 1.3);MSG governance (requirement 1.4);Disaggregation (requirement 4.7);Data quality (requirement 4.9);Mandatory social expenditures (requirement 6.1); andOutcomes and impact of implementation (requirement 7.4).
The first Validation of Mongolia against the EITI Standard commenced on 1 July 2016. On 11 January 2017, the EITI Board found that Mongolia had made meaningful progress in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard (see here). The EITI Board established eight corrective actions related to:
Oversight by the multi-stakeholder group (Requirement 1.4.b.vi & 1.4.b.iii);The disclosure of license allocation (requirement 2.2) and the register of licenses (requirement 2.3)State participation (requirement 2.6) and quasi-fiscal expenditures (requirement 6.2);Transactions related to state-ow
This EITI Report covers Indonesia's extractive sector in 2015. It was published in December 2017 and is available in English and Indonesian.
Integrating a gender perspective into transparency and accountability initiatives: three case studies
AbstractNatural resource wealth is not shared equally by all. While elites may capture the profits disproportionately in many contexts, marginalised social groups – including women – are less likely to experience the benefits of extraction, and are affected differently by virtue of their gendered roles in the economy and society. Women also tend to be less able to participate in decision-making forums relating to extractive questions.