This is Chad's scoping study for the 2014 Report. The report is in French.
The 2016 EITI Standard requirement 2.5 makes it mandatory after 1 January 2020 for all implementing countries to request beneficial ownership information and for companies to disclose this information. EITI implementing countries were required to produce a roadmap on beneficial ownership disclosure by 1 January 2017.
Here is a scoping study reviewing the legal and institutional framework for beneficial ownership in Ethiopia, as well as a review of the EEITI 2016 beneficial ownership roadmap published in December 2016.
This study provides the contextual information on small-scale metallic mining that was included in the second Philippine Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Country Report in December 2015. It particularly focuses on the legal and regulatory framework and the revenue streams as well as the general state of small-scale mining operations of gold, silver and chromite in the Philippines. The report also provides recommendations to the Philippine EITI Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) on how to approach the reporting of payments from this sector,
This ASM Scoping Study was undertaken relying on a combination of secondary data and field visits. The scoping study provides a practical roadmap for how the national EITI process in the country could feasibly integrate ASM data in its annual EITI report. The scoping study includes a stakeholder mapping of various actors operating in the informal and semi-formal ASM sector, an overview of revenue streams stemming from ASM at the national and local level, recommendations to the MSG on how to include ASM in EITI reporting,
This REoI is now closed.
Ethiopia EITI invites expressions of interest for conducting a scoping study of current beneficial ownership reporting requirements in Ethiopia. The assignment is expected to commence as soon as possible, culminating in the finalisation of the assignment by 24 March 2017. The assignment is expected to require up to 20 consultant days.
Closing date: 16.02.2017
The EITI International Secretariat has performed the following assessment of routine online disclosures in Mongolia’s extractive sector to examine the country’s readiness to mainstream EITI implementation. The assessment follows the Terms of Reference for a mainstreaming feasibility study and reviews the extent to which there is:
(1) routine disclosure of the data required by the EITI Standard in requisite detail, and(2) whether the financial data is subject to credible, independent audit, applying international standards.
This scoping study for Malawi EITI (MWEITI) covers minerals, oil and gas, and forestry.
Executive summaryMyanmar EITI has carried out a scoping study in order to set out the EITI reconciliation scope which will be used for the first Myanmar EITI report. This assignment is the first step and pre-condition to the reconciliation process.
Objective of the missionThe objective of the report is to clearly define the scope of the EITI reconciliation exercise, the Reporting Templates, the data collection process and the working schedule, in accordance with the EITI Requirements (Version 2013) and objectives agreed by the EITI Committee.
This scoping study was prepared for Tajikistan's EITI.
The extractive sector is becoming increasingly important for Tajikistan’s economy. This scoping study aims to provide Tajikistan’s EITI multi-stakeholder group with a professional opinion regarding the extractive sectors and companies that should be included in its first EITI report. It covers the relevant extractive activities that took place in Tajikistan during the year 2013, which can be categorized as mining, oil and gas, and electricity production.
This is an example of a scoping and feasibility study from PNG.
It should be noted that the scoping studies are not approved or endorsed by the EITI Secretariat. However, they may be used as examples for countries wishing to explore these issues further.