Jonas Moberg EITI at OGP
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  • Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
    The global standard for resource revenue transparency
  • 10 yearsagotheextractivessectorwas veiled in secrecy, fraughtwithallegationsofcorruptionand harmingtheinvestmentclimatein resource-rich-countries
  • Todayalmost1 billionpeople in 35countries have the right to seehowmuchtheirgovernmentsarepaid from extractionoftheircountries’ resources
  • EITI (Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative) is a global coalitionofgovernments, companies and civilsociety
  • Togetherthey have developedtheEITI standard thatsets a level-playingfieldfor companies operating in thecountriesthatfollowthe standard
  • WhencountriesfollowtheEITI standard, extractivecompanies operating there have to publishwhattheypayto thegovernment in taxes, lisencefees and royalties.
  • the government has to disclose what it receivesfrom these companies.
  • These figures are compiled and reconciled independently into an EITI Report
  • In 2009, Liberia’scitizenssaw for the first time whatminingcompaniespaid to thegovernment
  • EITI in Liberia has provided a platform for debatinghowitsnaturalresourcesaremanaged
  • As the first OECD country, Norwaystartedfollowingthe EITI standard in 2009
    At a lowcost, Norway’s EITI has independentlyconfirmedthatits management ofnaturalresources is transparent
  • In the Central African Republic they are including payments from small-scale mines
  • For further information
    Visit the EITI website at
    Sign-up to the EITI Newsletter at the website
    Send us an email at
    Follow us on Twitter @EITIorg