Indonesia – EITI triggers reforms in revenue collection

The world’s fourth most populous country, spread over 17 000 islands, is tackling weaknesses in its revenue collection from oil, gas and mining companies.

Indonesia has launched a series of reforms in the extractive sector that aim to improve revenue collection. For a country where the petroleum and mining sector accounts for 22% and 10% of total state revenues respectively, these reforms are critical to the government’s finances and to boost investment.

Managing mining leases in Mongolia

Mongolia’s 2015 EITI Report highlights impact and gaps in mining licensing

Amongst most tangible improvements in Mongolia’s oil, gas and mining governance during the ten years of EITI implementation has been in the management of mining licenses. Yet there is still room for fine-tuning the system, the country’s tenth EITI Report highlights.