Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

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22 May 2018
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Author: Elhadji Ibrahima Thiam, Le Soleil (Sénégal)

"Mankeur Ndiaye, président Comité national Itie : « Nous disposons de tous les atouts pour faire de l’exploitation de ses ressources minières une opportunité »", 22 mai 2018...

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21 May 2018

Oxfam says survey shows companies in extractive sector increasingly adopting full contract disclosure policies

A recent survey by Oxfam reveals that companies in the oil, gas and mining sectors are increasingly adopting full contract disclosure policies. It urges more companies to adopt full contract disclosure policies, and proactively disclose contracts on...

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18 May 2018

Niger civil society key leaders arrested following protests againts a new financial law reportedly unfair

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15 May 2018
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Author: Momar Dieng, Sud Quotidien (Sénégal)

"Transparence dans les industries extractives - Le Sénégal, premier pays en Afrique", 11 mai 2018...

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9 May 2018
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Author: Ndeye Aminata Cissé, Sud Quotidien (Sénégal)

"Transparence dans les industries extractives - Vers la divulgation de l'identité des propriétaires réels des entreprises", 4 mai 2018...

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18 April 2018
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Author: Claire Fages, RFI

"RDC: des progrès sur la traçabilité des minerais, mais des efforts restent à faire", 18 avril 2018...

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Company response
18 April 2018

Response by Exxon Mobil

Author: Exxon Mobil

While the PNG LNG Project is not the cause of PNG's or Hela's low socio-economic indicators, when tied to sound national economic policies, it can be part of a solution that helps Papua New Guineans build a more prosperous and sustainable future for...

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2 April 2018

Liberia: New Global Witness report critical of Exxon's involvement in an oil block deal allegedly tainted with irregularities & undermining transparency

A new Global Witness investigation shows Exxon’s 2013 purchase of Liberia’s Block 13 oil license likely enriched former government officials who may have illegally owned the block. The state oil agency NOCAL also allegedly made unusual, large payments...

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13 March 2018

Colombia: Govt. position on extractive industries & peace-building ‘threatens’ environmental, land rights defenders, says analyst

Author: Tatiana Roa for Upside-down World

“Colombia: Extractivist Pax vs. Peace with Social and Environmental Justice” – March 3, 2018...

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27 February 2018
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Author: Nando Cabral Gomis, Sud Quotidien (Sénégal)

"Débat autour de la publication du contrat gazier entre le Sénégal et la Mauritanie - Des acteurs de la société civile se positionnent",  21  février 2018...

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