Ministerial decree n°2009-231 of 2009 regulates the organisation and functionning of the National Committee in Mauritania, a member country of the EITI.
This is an independent report about Nigeria’s implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) process.
According to the author, there are a number of factors that have contributed to the perception of NEITI as an EITI success story – strong political commitment being the strongest. In this article, Nicholas Shaxson questions NEITI’s effectiveness, looking past the praise.
This form is outdated and no longer in use.
In accordance with the EITI Principles and Criteria, all companies operating in the relevant sectors in countries implementing the EITI have to disclose material payments to the government in accordance with agreed reporting templates and to support EITI implementation.
Each oil, gas and mining company active in the country being validated should complete a country-level Company Form as a self-assessment and should submit it to the Validator.
This report written by Nicholas Shaxson looks at Nigeria's implementation of the EITI. The author aims to answer whether NEITI has helped improve transparency, accountability and governance in Nigeria and whether these efforts have had an impact on development in the country. Shaxson argues that NEITI may have been a useful entry point into a difficult area, and that more future research will be required to determine its true impact.
14-15 October 2009, Baku, Azerbaijan
The report "Heads in the sand: Governments ignore the oil supply crunch and threaten the climate" by Global Witness argues that governments have failed to recognise the oil supply crunch. The report calls for governments to officially acknowledge the crunch and to shift urgently into safe sustainable energy alterntives.
Throughout the EITI Conference, over 40 Government, company and civil society representatives addressed the conference and the EITI Stakeholders Forum.
The opening session was addressed by the Deputy Prime Minister of Qatar, President of Liberia Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Investor George Soros and CEO of Shell Jeroen van der Veer.
On the closing day the EITI Stakeholders Forum was opened with an address by the Prime Minister of Equatorial Guinea, H.E. Igancio Milam Tang. Representatives of Albania and Ethiopia announced their intentions to implement the EITI.
This EITI Report covers Peru's extractive sector from 2004 to 2007. It was published in September 2009.
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.