The EITI is pleased to welcome Tate Steel Cote d'Ivoire SA (TSCI) as the latest EITI Supporting Company. TSCI is a joint venture between its multinational parent company, Tata Steel Ltd, and the Ivorian state mining company, SODEMI. It is undertaking an exploration and feasibility study of iron ore deposits in Cote d’Ivoire.
Board commended the country for improving the quality of their EITI reporting.
Côte d’Ivoire’s 2012 EITI Report outlines some key revenues and production figures.
Le conseil national de l’ITIE Côte d’Ivoire sollicite des offres sous pli fermé de la part de candidats éligibles et répondant aux qualifications requises pour l’élaboration du rapport ITIE 2013-2014.
L'avis d’appels d’offres est ouvert jusqu’au mardi 30 juin 2015.
The Government of Côte d'Ivoire aims to reduce its dependence on cocoa and coffee by developing the oil, gas and mining sector.
The EITI Chair, Fredrik Reinfeldt, visited West Africa during the week of 22-26 August. He visited a region emerging from the Ebola crisis and struggling with low mineral prices. The former Swedish Prime Minister met with his counterparts in Guinea and Cote d’Ivoire. Both Guinea’s Prime Minister Mamady Youla and Cote d’Ivoire’s Prime Minister Daniel Kablan Duncan reaffirmed the commitment of their governments to using the EITI to improve the governance of their extractives sectors.
The Board welcomed the government’s use of the EITI to inform reforms in the mining sector
The international EITI Board today recognised Côte d’Ivoire’s efforts to improve natural resource governance through the EITI Standard. The Board concluded that the country had made meaningful progress in meeting the EITI requirements. The Board welcomed recent reforms to improve the governance of the sector through an online mining cadastre and coverage of the artisanal and small-scale mining sector.