The Mozambique EITI Secretariat now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in producing the report.
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR PRODUCING THE THIRD EITI REPORT
Name of Project: Mozambique: EITI Implementation
Name of Consulting Assignment: MEITI Independent Reconciler
REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE
MINISTRY OF MINERAL RESOURCES
EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE (EITI)
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Albania, Burkina Faso, Mozambique and Zambia have now become EITI Candidate countries. This was announced by the EITI Board at its meeting in Washington DC. With these four new countries, 30 countries are now implementing the EITI, further bolstering EITI as the standard for transparent management of revenues from the oil, gas and mining sectors.
The 4th EITI Global Conference ended on a high note with a large number of new endorsements and commitments. During the final session of the EITI conference all stakeholders were invited to address the assembly. A number of EITI candidate countries re-affirmed their commitment to implementing the EITI. H.E.
Today, 30 March, Mozambique launched its 2009 EITI Report in Quilemane in Zambezia Province, disclosing payments made to the government from companies extracting natural resources. The government received a total of just under US$40 million from their extractives sector in 2009: US$15m from mining and US$25m from hydrocarbons.