For the fiscal year 2016, the DRC EITI multi-stakeholder group tasked the national secretariat to collect context (non-financial) data about the extractive sector, as per the 2016 EITI Standard. The draft report was improved through wide consultations with stakeholders and adopted in July 2018. A 2016 Supplementary Contextual Report followed in September 2018, focusing primarily on revenues collected and managed by state-owned enterprises, and a 2016 Reconciliation EITI Report was adopted in December 2018.
Malawi's second EITI Report covers oil, gas and mining sectors as well as the forestry and mining transportation sector for the period from 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016 (2015/16 FY). It was published in June 2018.
This EITI Report covers Honduras' extractive sector for years 2015 and 2016. It was published on 29 June 2018.
Burkina Faso's 2016 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
Malawi's second EITI Report covers oil, gas and mining sectors as well as the forestry sector and transportation of minerals for the period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016 (2015/16 FY). It was published in June 2018.
This presentation is the SLEITI 2016 report, which reconciled payments made by the extractive companies and revenues received by the government of Sierra Leone in 2016.
The report also covers the overview of the mining/oil and gas sectors in Sierra Leone, registers of licences; exploration, production and exports in the extractive sector; beneficial ownership; contract transparency; state participation in the extractive sector; revenue collection and allocation; social and economic spending; and the outcomes and impact of the EITI in Sierra Leone.
The Ghana Extractive Industries’ Transparency Initiative (GHEITI) engaged Messrs Boas & Associates to produce EITI report on Oil and Gas payments for the period covering Jan-Dec 2015. The Petroleum sector makes a significant contribution to Ghana’s economy. In 2015, crude oil exports contributed 18.7% of the total merchandise export, 4.1% of Ghana’s GDP, and generated US$396million in revenues to the state.
The Ghana Extractive Industries’ Transparency Initiative (GHEITI) engaged Messrs Boas & Associates to produce EITI report on mining payments for the period covering Jan-Dec 2015.The country has large-scale mining companies producing gold, diamonds, bauxite, and manganese. There is also significant small-scale and artisanal mining activities in Ghana.In 2015 the Mining industry accounted for 1.2 % of the country's GDP and minerals made up 31% of total exports, of which gold contributed about 96% of the total mineral exports. Gold remains the leading mineral in revenue generation.
This EITI Report covers Ukraine's extractive sector in 2016. It was published in May 2018. The Report is available in English and Ukrainian.