From the crucial role of national oil companies in the energy transition, to transition challenges in the Middle East and North Africa, NRGI will be at COP advocating on key resource governance issues.
Addressing extractive-sector corruption is crucial for citizens in resource-rich countries and for the attainment of global climate goals.
Fossil fuels are not the future, but many countries lack concrete pathways beyond the production of oil, gas and coal.
As the global energy transition accelerates, decisionmakers must ensure that it is just, inclusive and equitable—with people’s needs at its center.
State-owned companies are critical but sometimes overlooked players in the energy transition and in oil, gas and mining governance.
Effective revenue management, strong tax frameworks, transparency and citizen participation are hallmarks of accountable extractive-sector governance.
Transition minerals are crucial for climate action. Their extraction must benefit citizens in the places where they are mined.