The EITI Report covers Tanzania#s extractive sector in the period from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018. It was published in June 2020.
This EITI Report covers Tanzania's extractive sector in the period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017. It was published in December 2019. The supplementary report was published in June 2020.
On 17 June 2020, Tanzania was found to have made meaningful progress, with considerable improvements in implementing the EITI Standard.
Timeline of Validation and related materials1 January 2020: Validation commencedCall for stakeholder views [English]Civil society coalition HakiRasilimali's feedback on implementation [English]Secretariat assessment &
Although Tanzania is not facing exceptional circumstances to be eligible for an extension of its second Validation deadline under Requirement 8.5 of the EITI Standard, the Board agrees that Tanzania’s second Validation will commence on 1 July 2019. Tanzania’s second Validation was scheduled to begin on 25 April 2019. In taking this decision, the Board considered the progress made towards meeting the deadline and alignment between Validation and deadlines for EITI reporting.
The report covers all activities implemented from January to December 2017. It provides progress made during the period under review, with a view of updating stakeholders and general public on progress towards implementation of the TEITI work plan. TEITI Annual progress report for 2017 is produced in compliance with requirement 7.4 of the EITI Standard. The implementation of TEITI’s Workplan during January - December 2017 helped advance the goal of deepening transparency in the administration of Tanzania’s extractive industries.
This is the Eight EITI Report for Tanzania and it covers the period from 1 July 2015 to 30th June 2016.
The EITI International Secretariat will be visiting Tanzania for from 29 -30 November 2017 to discuss the validation results and follow up on validation corrective actions. Following the conclusion of Tanzania’s Validation, the Board recognised Tanzania’s efforts to institutionalise extractive sector transparency by adopting the Tanzania Extractive Industries Transparency Act (TEITA) 2015, mandating revenue and contract disclosures. To find out more about Tanzania, please visit the country page
The Board agreed that Tanzania has made meaningful progress overall in implementing the 2016 EITI Standard
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Where: 38th Board meeting in Manila, Philippines
Internal: Board paper 38-6-CPublic domain:Documentation (Validation Report, MSG comments, initial data collection)News item on the decision: The EITI Board recognises Tanzania’s efforts to make disclosures of data from the sector automatic
This EITI Report covers Tanzania's extractive sector for the financial year 2014-2015. It was published in July 2017.
Executive Summary1.0 Background2.0: Approach And Methodology.3.0: Extractive Sector In Tanzania3.1 Mining Sector3.2 Oil And Gas Sector4.0: Beneficial Ownership.5.0: State Participation In The Extractive Sector5.1: State Mining Corporation.2 Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation6.0 Revenue Collection7.0 Reconciliation7.1 Materiality7.2 Revenue Streams8.0 Revenue Management &
This is the Tanzania EITI 2016 Annual Progress Report (in accordance with Requirements 7.4. and 8.4.) The report assesses progress made by the country against the EITI requirements, and reviews the outcomes and impact of EITI implementation on natural resource governance.