This report provides practical guidance to state and regional officials and oversight actors in Myanmar to avoid potential pitfalls and ensure that decentralization delivers real benefits to local communities and miners.
The authors of this paper examine Tunisia’s upstream petroleum fiscal regime, considering the government’s policy priority of reversing a decade-long decline in reserves and production. They make recommendations for creating a vibrant petroleum industry to support the local economy, reducing the country’s increasing dependence on imports, attracting investment and boosting exploration activity.
The authors of this report undertook a review of existing practices in measuring environmental and social impacts of extraction. Additionally, they have collated information on various tools, frameworks and standards into a database, the Tool Explorer, that allows users to search for tools based on their interest or needs.
En 2016, les revenus miniers reversés aux communes étaient de 61 milliards de GNF (6,7 millions d’USD), soit 2% des revenus issus du secteur extractif et 0,5% du budget national de la Guinée ; ils pourraient dépasser les 400 milliards de GNF annuels à partir de 2020.
This report details how the National Oil Company Database was developed, provides an overview of major findings, and discusses the implications for governments, national oil companies and international actors.
This report explores key findings from analysis of the new National Oil Company Database. Findings include new understanding of the size, influence and potentially problematic debt burdens of state-owned oil companies.
Ce rapport explore les réussites et les difficultés communes associées à la gouvernance des ressources naturelles en Afrique subsaharienne, en puisant dans la foule de données et la multitude de documents fournis par l’Indice de Gouvernance des Ressources Naturelles.
This report explores common resource governance successes and challenges in sub-Saharan Africa. The authors conclude that policymakers, parliamentarians, civil society, media and regional institutions must focus on narrowing the implementation gap between extractive sector laws and actual practice, which will help to restore trust between government, communities and investors and thus strengthen sustainable management of natural resources.