On 17 June 2019, the Board concluded that Peru has made “meaningful progress” with implementing the EITI Standard, with considerable improvements across several individual requirements.
The Board has determined that Peru will have 12months, i.e. until 17 June 2020. before a third Validation to carry out corrective actions regarding comprehensiveness of reporting and mandatory social expenditures.
In 2017, Peru was found to have achieved meaningful progress in implementing the EITI Standard. View more information under the Validation section of this page or go to the Board's decision in full. Previously, the country was compliant under the 2011 Rules.
Peru has produced a roadmap for the disclosure of the beneficial owners as per EITI Requirement 2.5 ahead of the deadline of 31st December 2016. Peru published its 2015-2016 EITI Report in February 2018.
EITI Peru hosted the 7th EITI Global Conference in February 2016.
On 12 May 2006, the Government of Peru published an Executive Decree that created an EITI Working Group which represents the entire stakeholder’s constituency, and provides a legal basis to the implementation of EITI. The mandate of this working group was renewed by Presidential Decree 5 September 2008. In 2011, the EITI working group was given permanent status by Decree No.28-2011-EM of 11 June.
The EITI National Committee (called Comision Multisectorial Permanente del EITI, in Spanish) is chaired by EITI Champion Luis Miguel Incháustegui Zeballos, Vice-Minister of Mines from the Ministry of Energy and Mines and integrated by:
Technical Secretariat: Fernando Trigoso - Ministry of Energy and Mines
Government: Hugo Oropeza - Ministry of Finance DG Social Management
Civil Society - Universities: Ana Sabogal - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Civil Society - NGOs: Epifanio Baca - Grupo Propuesta Ciudadana; and Vanessa Cueto - Derecho, Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (DAR)
Industry - Association: Carmen Mendoza and Julio Luján - Sociedad Nacional de Mineria, Petroleo y Energia
Industry - Companies: Carlos Aranda - Southern Peru Copper Co.; Eduardo Rubio - Anglo American; and Jorge Luis Mercado - Repsol