Board Chair of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative calls for an “exceptional” board meeting in response to civil society demand for removal of Exxon representative The Chair of the EITI Board has called for an “exceptional” board meeting to be held in two weeks time to discuss a formal complaint that Publish What You Pay – United States (PWYP-US) submitted…
The following is a statement by Kathleen Brophy, Director of Publish What You Pay–United States “PWYP-US welcomes the Biden Administration’s long-awaited executive order on climate-related financial risk and commends the President for this important step in addressing the long standing vulnerabilities in the domestic economy and financial system posed by climate-related financial risk. I am especially pleased by the directives…
This letter reinforces calls from Myanmar civil society and the Committee Representing the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw not to legitimize the military regime and to ensure that money from the oil and gas industry does not go to the MOGE or the military.
ExxonMobil Representative Should be Removed from Board of Global Transparency Initiative, say Watchdog Groups
Civil society complaint lodged with Board of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative over revelations of activities to gut anti-corruption rules.
Trump’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman, Jay Clayton today set the world back years in the global effort to tackle oil, gas, and mining sector corruption.
Despite Chair Clayton’s efforts to paint himself as a leader in the international fight against corruption, he may be set to mirror other Trump officials forcing through poorly drafted midnight rules while on their way out.
Major multinationals, investors and citizen groups call for stronger oil anti-corruption rule, urge SEC to change course
In response to an invitation for public comment by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), prominent stakeholders expressed overwhelming support for a stronger implementing rule for Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Act, the oil anti-corruption rule.
BP, BHP, Eni, Gold Fields, Kosmos, Newmont, Rio Tinto, and Total all submitted statements illustrating their companies’ willingness to uphold their obligations under the EITI-supporting company expectations to publicly declare support for the EITI Standard and a mandatory disclosure rule in the US that aligns with the Standard.
PWYP-US applauds Total SAP’s recent comment letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) which states that the compliance costs for disclosing its project-level payments to governments is “low.”