Together with our partners at Global Witness, NRGI is recommending seven steps that stakeholders in Myanmar could take to implement the EITI beneficial ownership requirements in a way that increases the potential for concrete improvements in natural resource governance.
In many oil-producing countries, the government receives a physical share of production, and that oil is then typically sold by the national oil company (NOC). These trading transactions are currently subject to limited regulation and even fewer reporting requirements.
This briefing argues that, currently subject to limited regulation and even fewer reporting requirements, companies engaged in physical commodity trading of oil, gas and minerals should be required to publicly report on their transactions with government entities.
Nigeria's national oil company, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), sells around one million barrels of oil a day, or almost half of the country's total production. NNPC oil was worth an estimated $41 billion in 2013, and constitutes the government's largest revenue stream.
As a new government assumes power, Indonesia faces a historic opportunity to enhance the country’s management of its oil and mining industries; these enhancements could include more sustainable economic outcomes to benefit all Indonesians, reduction of risks of corruption, and an increase public
Ce guide s’adresse principalement aux Organisations de la Société Civile guinéenne: son but est de renforcer leurs capacités en mettant à leur disposition les informations nécessaires à la compréhension et au contrôle du secteur minier.
L’objectif de ce guide est de soutenir les efforts des journalistes qui cherchent à faire la lumière sur le secteur minier guinéen. Le journaliste guinéen trouvera dans ce guide les orientations et informations nécessaires pour bien couvrir le secteur.