The transition to a sustainable, decarbonised economy is now reshaping the extractive industries. It will have profound implications for the kinds of data, disclosures and dialogues that will be required to support accountability and good governance. Transparency is also central to international efforts to support the energy transition, including the reporting of emissions and the disclosure of climate risks.
Chatham House research paper on why the extractives-led growth agenda needs re-evaluation.
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 report provides a comparative study of the impact of Asian companies in two leading oilproducing countries: Nigeria and Angola.
It also shows the very different fortunes of Asian oil companies in these countries.
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.