Myanmar’s President Thein Sein met with EITI Chair Clare Short today.
Ukraine submits Candidature application for the EITI in order to improve the management of its natural resources.
Reforms needed in Chad to ensure full benefits from the country's oil.
Oil production is falling in Yemen where oil accounts for 70% of the government’s earnings.
The UK Government yesterday, 9 July 2013, launched their EITI process. Over 100 representatives of businesses and NGOs working in the mining, oil and gas industry in the UK met with government officials.
The EITI, which was set up to increase transparency, aims to improve the way revenues from oil, gas and minerals are managed to ensure that people across the world share in the economic benefits of the natural resources in their country.
Oil production in Cameroon continues to decline because of maturing oil fields and failing investments.
Distrust has affected the development of oil and mining activities in Guatemala.
EITI Report shows oil and gas revenue increased fivefold in 2011.
EITI’s most populous country reveals US $25 billion in revenue from its natural resources.
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. Samir Sharifov, Minister of Finance Azerbaijan,the first EITI Compliant country, stated that "we are ready to share our experiences and expertise with other countries."