This is the work plan of Dominican Republic for the year 2020.
This is the work plan for the period of 2020 -2023 of Colombia.
The 46th EITI Board meeting was held on 13-14 February in Oslo Norway.
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
Any queries regarding the 46th Board meeting should be addressed to: Secretariat@eiti.org
This checklist guides countries in determining the steps needed to publish contracts as of 1 January 2021, as required by the 2019 Standard.
Please note that the guidance note below reflects the 2016 Standard. The 2019 Standard requires the publication of contracts by 1 January 2021.
This EITI Report covers Tajikistan's extractive sector in 2017-2018. The report is currently available in Russian. The report was published in January 2020.
We want to give visibility to your company’s commitment to transparency, good governance and the EITI’s supporting company expectations. We kindly ask you to provide the information requested on the form below which will be used to create/update your supporting company page on our website. There is a separate form for commodity traders and financial institutions.
Please return this form to Andrew Irvine, Legal and Corporate Engagement Director (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have questions concerning the above, do not hesitate to contact us.
As an EITI supporting financial institution, we kindly ask you to provide the information requested below. The information will be used to create a supporting financial institution webpage on the EITI website. This webpage will provide a description of your institution and highlight your policies and achievements, as well as your financial contribution to the EITI. The EITI values its supporting institutions and is grateful for your support.
Please return this form to Shemshat Kasimova (email@example.com).
The SLEITI 2017-2018 report reconciled payments made by the extractive companies and revenues received by the government of Sierra Leone in 2017 and 2018. The report covers the mining and the oil and gas sectors in Sierra Leone as well as registers of licenses; exploration, production and exports; beneficial ownership; contract transparency; state participation in the extractive sector; revenue collection and allocation; and social and economic spending.