Eramet is a French multinational mining and metallurgy company.
Engagement with the EITI
In Senegal, Grande Côte Operations (GCO), the joint-venture between ERAMET and its Australian partner Mineral Deposit Limited, provided the data required to produce Senegal ITIE report covering the year 2014. GCO has also a representative in the multi-stakeholder group of Senegal. ERAMET is therefore regularly informed of the progress made by this group.
In Indonesia, ERAMET has no mining activities yet. In Norway, ERAMET has only industrial activities. Therefore in these two countries ERAMET did not have any data to provide.
ERAMET joined EITI in 2011 and the Group’s Ethics Officer took part in the EITI’s Global Conference in Paris in March of the same year. In 2013, a representative of GCO was briefed by ERAMET headquarters before attending the EITI Global Conference in Sydney.
Financial contribution to the international management of the EITI
Eramet contributed USD 18,000 in 2018.
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From ERAMET'S Press Release about its support to the EITI
In January 2010, the ERAMET group adopted a Code of Ethics, based on responsibility, good citizenship, integrity and respect for individuals. Under that rationale, ERAMET decided to join EITI, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. This will enable the Group to promote the values that characterise it: responsible beneficiation of natural resources, complete transparency on money transfers between businesses and host nations, a commitment to answerability and constant dialogue with stakeholders.