This expert report, authored by independent consultant Anwar Ravat, was originally commissioned to review the data assurance procedures used in EITI implementing countries and their cost, and to determine whether the use of Independent Administrators (AIs) safeguards the reporting of comprehensive and reliable data.
Cameroon's 2017 EITI Report covers extractive activities in the country for that fiscal year.
Madagascar EITI 2020 work plan.
This is a compendium of all publicly-accessible KRG reports on oil production, consumption, exports, and revenues covering 2015, 2017 and 2018.
The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) releases quarterly or bi-annual reports conducted by Deloitte on the region’s oil production, consumption, exports, and revenues. The KRG has committed to continuing the practice of contracting international audit firms (Deloitte and EY) to undertake these reviews. Deloitte was appointed by the KRG's Regional Council for Oil and Gas Affairs to review oil production, export,
[On date, Mauritania was found to have made XX progress in implementing the EITI Standard.]
Timeline of Validation and related materials
27 February 2020: Validation commencedDATE: Stakeholder consultations
DATE - Draft Secretariat assessment [English]DATE - Comments from the MSG [English]DATE - Final Secretariat assessment [English]
Validation Committee and Board review
The Ministry of Mines & Petroleum has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Afghanistan Gas Project, (AGASP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services (“the Services”) include On behalf of GOIRA and the AEITI MSG, the AEITI seeks a competent and credible firm, free from conflicts of interest, to provide Independent Administrator services in accordance with the EITI Standard. The services are expected to be delivered with a total duration of 6 months.
This is Malawi's EITI work plan for 2020, which includes the objectives and priorities for EITI implementation and associated activities.
The EITI Standard Requirement 1.5 e) requires countries to make it available to the public.
The SLEITI 2017-2018 report reconciled payments made by the extractive companies and revenues received by the government of Sierra Leone in 2017 and 2018. The report covers the mining and the oil and gas sectors in Sierra Leone as well as registers of licenses; exploration, production and exports; beneficial ownership; contract transparency; state participation in the extractive sector; revenue collection and allocation; and social and economic spending.