The EITI factsheet for extractive industries is a concise two-page introduction to the EITI tailored to companies, outlining the local and international benefits of being an EITI supporting company.
The 4th EITI Report covers Myanmar's extractive sector in 2016 and 2017. It was first published in March 2019. An updated report was subsequently published in July 2019 (EITI Supplementary Report).
More information can be found on MEITI's website
This is the Ghana EITI 2018 Annual progress report, published in July 2019. It highlights progress made on objectives of Ghana's work plan.
This webinar was held on Tuesday, 10 September 2019, and focused on explaining the changes and clarifications of the 2019 Standard for the Caribbean EITI implementing countries.
Access to the webinar recording can be found here
Below is the presentation used for the webinar.
This webinar was held on Thursday, 12 September 2019, and emphasized on Beneficial Ownership for the Caribbean EITI implementing countries, keeping in mind that for 2020 all EITI countries must disclose the identity of oil, gas and mining companies that participate in tenders for the award of contracts, operate or invest in extractive projects in their country.
To access the latest programme, speaker and delegate information as well as information on partner events, download the Attendify App via Google Play or the Apple Store and search for ‘EITI’ or type https://attendify.com/app/jjc709/ into your web browser and request a link directly to your mobile. All changes to the programme will be notified via the App.
See the full list of attendees and private messages using this tab. Click on the name of an attendee and select “Private message” if you would like to get in touch with them.
Statement from the EITI International Secretariat
We note the BBC Panorama documentary “the $10 Billion Energy Scandal” on Sunday 2 June and subsequent statements regarding the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Validation of Senegal.
Senegal was admitted as an EITI member country in October 2013. In accordance with the EITI Standard, all EITI implementing countries are subject to period evaluation (“Validation”). The Validation of Senegal commenced in July 2017.
The Board expressed its concern about the weakening of government engagement and MSG oversight in Liberia. Following a review in accordance with Requirement 8.6, the Board found that Liberia has made inadequate progress in implementing requirements related to government engagement (1.1), the multi-stakeholder group (1.4) and the work plan (1.5). Progress in implementing Requirement 1.3 on civil society engagement and Requirement 1.2 on company engagement is considered meaningful.