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 Seeing results from natural resources



Towards a better global standard

The EITI is becoming a global standard: 37 countries are now implementing, and countries like USA and Myanmar have commited to do so.

EITI Chair Clare Short reflects in this blog on the proposed improvements to the Standard.

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EITI Global Conference: Sydney 23-24 May 2013

A global forum convening world leaders to discuss governance of natural resources.

UPDATE: Registration has now opened.

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"If we are walking on gold, why are we so poor?"

3.5 billion people live in resource-rich countries. Still, many are not seeing results from extraction of their natural resources. And too often poor governance leaves citizens suffering from conflict and corruption.

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See revenues from resources in 32 countries

You can now see how much governments are receiving from natural resources in EITI Reports from 32 countries.

See revenues in the EITI Reports

How the EITI works

The 2011 edition of EITI Rules spells out all the requirements for implementing the EITI standard.

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Check your country, see the data

 37 countries now implement the EITI standard. Here you can see how much governments receive from their natural resources.

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Working together

 EITI brings together stakeholders from government, civil society, oil, gas and mining companies and investors.

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Latest news, blog and events

Driving transparency in extractive industries to minimize risks for investors
David Diamond discusses the need for greater transparency to help all parties involved.
Ghana’s revenues from natural resources increase 400%
Jubilee field, gold price hike and higher tax rates cause revenues to quadruple.
Congo and Burkina Faso accepted as 'EITI Compliant'
Gabon 'delisted'. Sierra Leone, Mauritania and Yemen 'suspended'.
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EITI in the news

Papua New Guinea considering EITI implementation
14 March 2013 Source: www.emtv.com.pg/
Jonas Moberg said he was encouraged by the O’Neill/Dion Government’s commitment in a media conference at the US Embassy yesterday. That was right after his meeting with PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill.
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