"A huge step forward in government accountability to citizens in Trinidad and Tobago."
Further reforms underway as Trinidad & Tobago’s presents second report.
Clare Short: This is transparency for the citizens of Trinidad and Tobago.
The 2013 EITI report contains a number of recommendations for improving governance.
Gisela Granado tells how two EITI implementing countries work together to ensure youth ownership of their EITI.
Meet the first of the EITI National Coordinators to be featured monthly in this new article series from the Secretariat.
How transparency can enable a culture of dialogue and trust.
The EITI third regional conference in the Americas marks a new era for EITI in the region.
Governments, companies and civil society in the Americas are using the EITI Standard to address difficult questions.
Trinidad and Tobago’s 2014 and 2015 Report show declining revenues and highlight the need for improved revenue collection systems
The Trinidad and Tobago’s EITI (TTEITI) latest report reveals that in 2015 the country received USD 3.3 billion in revenues from the extractive sector. This is a 27% decline from 2014. Despite depressed gas prices, the government avoided an even more drastic reduction in revenues. This was mainly due to an increase in dividends paid by the national gas company NGC.