Inaction by the Board equates to a vote of no-confidence in the spirit and letter of the EITI Standard itself.
EITI Chair Criticizes Board Members ExxonMobil and Chevron for Deliberately Undermining the Initiative’s Transparency Principles
ExxonMobil and Chevron should report in the US as they have reported in other EITI countries, and as other EITI implementing companies have reported in the US and around the world.
The statement was published on the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative website on May 30, 2018.
This page serves as a public record of the background and evidence of the civil society complaint, as well as how the grievance process is being executed by the EITI Secretariat.
From its founding, the EITI and its Standard have required comprehensive disclosure of material payments from companies to governments, including taxes.
Download this press release as a pdf For Immediate Release: November 2, 2017 Contact: Jana Morgan, Director – email@example.com Mobile 703-795-8542 Office 202-496-1189 Trump Administration Further Erodes US Leadership on Combatting Corruption United States Withdraws from Global Transparency Initiative Washington, D.C. – Today the Department of the Interior (DOI) announced its decision to withdraw from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative…
In a letter dated November 2 and submitted to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Board, a U.S. Department of the Interior official stated: “The United States must withdraw as an EITI Implementing Country.”
IG Report Ignores Industry Actions and Process Challenges That Threaten Transparency Initiative On June 7 and 8, the U.S. Department of the Interior was to host the twentieth meeting of a multi-stakeholder group (MSG) focused on increasing transparency in this country’s oil and mining sector through implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Standard. Those meetings did not happen….
A guest blog by Eleni Chatzivgeri, Lynsie Chew, Louise Crawford, Martyn Gordon and Jim Haslam. This post originally appeared on the Publish What You Pay International Secretariat blog on June 6, 2017 The new mandatory rules for large and publicly listed extractive companies according to the EU Accounting Directive (transposed as UK SI 3209) represent a significant step forward in…