Work in ProgressWorld Bank/University of Dundee   Oxford, September 14, 2010 Cape Town, September 17, 2010  Washington, Ja...
EI Source Book-Background EI Source Book    “Paradox of Plenty” Wealth and underperformance    Good governance, fiscal m...
EI Source Book-Phase I    Phase I includes six principal activities to be     undertaken during the first year of     dev...
EI Source Book-Phase I                                            4.   Gap Analysis – Identify “Gaps” within              ...
EI Source Book-Partners Strategy    International collaborative approach    Strategic partnerships with academic institu...
•   Source Book structure    • Content creation    • Source Book online    • Technical Issues•   Narrative    • Outline an...
   Handbook targeted to consultants engaged on EI-TAF projects and client governments   Academic institutions, CSOs and ...
   Source Book will begin to take on a life of its own: sections will be updated, sub-sections    added, documents attach...
•   Introduction•   A. Resource Curse    • A.1 The Resource Curse phenomenon    • A.2 Technical factors    • A.3 Political...
•   Extractive Industries Value Chain•   C. Policy, Legal, Contractual and Regulatory        Framework    ◦   C.1   Policy...
•   D. Sector Organization and Oversight    • D.1 Institutions    • D.2 National Resource Companies•   E. Fiscal Design, I...
•   F. Revenue Management and Allocation    • F.1 Revenue and Asset Management    • F.2 Resource Funds    • F.3 Revenue Al...
•   Cross-Cutting Topics•   H. Social and Environmental Considerations    • Social concerns    • Environmental concerns•  ...
•   J. Institutional Capacity    • J.1 Capacity Requirements    • J.2 Delivering Capacity Building•   K. Consultation and ...
•   References    • 100+ references to books, articles, websites    • 70 reference summaries    • Collection of references...
•   Baunsgaard, T., A Primer on Mineral Taxation, IMF Working Paper,    September 2001•   Boadway, R., Keen, M., Theoretic...
In Preparation:•   Ghana•   Uganda•   Nigeria•   Botswana•   Brazil•   Chile
   Access issues    ◦   Viewing Rights for all users, and Editing Rights for select users    ◦   External (non-WBG) user ...
•   Stepped-up program of consultations•   Revise and expand Narrative•   Add selected references, documents and    countr...
Contact Information                         ©iStockphoto.com/onurdongel                CEPMLP Contact Information         ...
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011
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The Extractive Industries Source Book: about this project

This a unique study on good practice issues in the development of hydrocarbons and mining resources in capital importing countries. It requires the creation of an internet-based database - the Extractive Industries Source Book - that will draw together and analyse ‘good practice’ in key activities in the international oil, gas and mining industries, such as awarding contracts, monitoring operations, collecting taxes and royalties, managing and allocating revenues and implementing sustainable development projects.
The Aims

The EI Source Book project will gather together diverse experiences from disparate sources, drawing on a wide variety of stakeholders, and make the results readily available to senior users in government departments in developing countries as well as civil society groups and decentralised, informal networks. It will contribute to capacity building and access to knowledge in these countries, especially in their relations with international investors. It will be interactive too, so that users of the EI Source Book can participate in its further development. A hard copy of the basic ‘Source Book Narrative’ will also be available.

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Extractive Industries Source Book presentation given in three locations, 2010 and 2011

  1. 1. Work in ProgressWorld Bank/University of Dundee Oxford, September 14, 2010 Cape Town, September 17, 2010 Washington, January 6, 2011
  2. 2. EI Source Book-Background EI Source Book  “Paradox of Plenty” Wealth and underperformance  Good governance, fiscal management, and sound policy  What are good policies within EI sector management?  Vast amount of published research on the topic  Source Book is a collection of relevant and important documents  EI Source Book will be an online, open-source, dynamic, concise, and comprehensive guide  Notional handbook for EI-TAF staff and consultants  Valuable tool for resource administrators, policy makers, civil society and other providers of technical policy support to extractive industries World Bank’s Extractive Industries Value Chain The EI Value Chain illustrates the range of topics to be addressed in formulating policies for the EI Sectors. The EI Source Book is based on an expanded version of the Value Chain approach to EI issues.
  3. 3. EI Source Book-Phase I Phase I includes six principal activities to be undertaken during the first year of development1. Guiding Principles – Establish broad principles to guide the creation of the EI Source Book that supports sustainable socioeconomic development2. Literature Review - Undertake literature review of key publications by World Bank, IMF, and other sources related to good policies within EI sector management3. Framework – Create a simple, workable, and multi-dimensional framework for policy formation suitable for both petroleum and mining industries © Curt Carnemark / World Bank
  4. 4. EI Source Book-Phase I 4. Gap Analysis – Identify “Gaps” within literature review and determine what additional research is warranted to form a comprehensive Source Book. Research to be undertaken in Phase II 5. Consultations – Create opportunities for stakeholders to engage in the development process and to incorporate broader perspectives. Includes government, industry, civil society, and© Curt Carnemark/ World Bank NGOs The World Bank Group’s assistance to the extractive industries is premised 6. Beta Source Book – Construct a “beta on the belief that, properly managed, version” of the EI Source Book having full the development and use of minerals functionality and applicability using a modest can provide substantial benefits to its subset of information derived from core World client countries Bank and IMF documents and other sources
  5. 5. EI Source Book-Partners Strategy  International collaborative approach  Strategic partnerships with academic institutions  Recognized for research within petroleum and mining sectors  Specialized sector knowledge, multiregional contribution, unique expertise and perspective Overall Management  World Bank Oil, Gas and Mining Policy Unit, Washington, D.C. © Scott Wallace/ World Bank http://www.worldbank.org/ Lead Consultant  The Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland. http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cepmlp/
  6. 6. • Source Book structure • Content creation • Source Book online • Technical Issues• Narrative • Outline and content• Resources • References • Documents • Country briefs• Preliminary Gap Analysis• Website • Snapshot• Next steps
  7. 7.  Handbook targeted to consultants engaged on EI-TAF projects and client governments Academic institutions, CSOs and private sector will also benefit from involvement Living document, with initial content drawn from World Bank and select third-party knowledge products, as distilled/structured by the University of Dundee This initial content/structure will be transferred into the EI-TAF Source Book online system ‘Core’ EI Source Book Topic A.1WBG and select Topic Athird-partydocuments Topic A.2reviewed and Topic Bdistilled by Core Narrative (Gap identified)University ofDundee Topic C.1 Topic C
  8. 8.  Source Book will begin to take on a life of its own: sections will be updated, sub-sections added, documents attached, and related areas cross-linked A potential strategy will be to maintain a core, ‘vetted’ EI Source Book, while filtering external submissions and knowledge through reviewers or advisory body Knowledge inflows Review function ‘Core’ EI Source Book External user wiki content Topic A.1 Case study Topic A Topic A.2 Third-party research Topic B Topic B.1 Core Narrative Project Documents (Gap filled) from previous WBG project Workshop Topic C.1 Topic C Documents
  9. 9. • Introduction• A. Resource Curse • A.1 The Resource Curse phenomenon • A.2 Technical factors • A.3 Political factors• B. Extractive Industries • B.1 Common features • B.2 Key differences
  10. 10. • Extractive Industries Value Chain• C. Policy, Legal, Contractual and Regulatory Framework ◦ C.1 Policy context ◦ C.2 Legislation ◦ C.3 Contracts ◦ C.4 Regulations ◦ C.5 Negotiations ◦ C.6 Disputes
  11. 11. • D. Sector Organization and Oversight • D.1 Institutions • D.2 National Resource Companies• E. Fiscal Design, Instruments and Administration • Fiscal design • Fiscal instruments • Fiscal administration
  12. 12. • F. Revenue Management and Allocation • F.1 Revenue and Asset Management • F.2 Resource Funds • F.3 Revenue Allocation• G. Implementation of Sustainable Development Policies and Projects • G.1 Expenditure Policy and Implementation • G.2 Expenditure Quality Control and Oversight
  13. 13. • Cross-Cutting Topics• H. Social and Environmental Considerations • Social concerns • Environmental concerns• I. Transparency and Accountability • Benefits and Challenges • Transparency Initiatives
  14. 14. • J. Institutional Capacity • J.1 Capacity Requirements • J.2 Delivering Capacity Building• K. Consultation and Stakeholder Participation • K.1 Role of consultation • K.2 Civil society • K.3 Parliament • K.4 Industry • K.5 Home Governments • K.6 International Institutions (including IFIs)
  15. 15. • References • 100+ references to books, articles, websites • 70 reference summaries • Collection of references and preparation of summaries ongoing• Documents • Growing collection of policy statements, laws, contracts and regulations• Country Briefs • Ongoing preparation of short briefs on country experiences
  16. 16. • Baunsgaard, T., A Primer on Mineral Taxation, IMF Working Paper, September 2001• Boadway, R., Keen, M., Theoretical perspectives on resource taxation design, in The Taxation of petroleum and Minerals: Principles, Problems and Practice (Daniel, P., Keen, M., McPherson, C., (eds.) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2010)• Calder, J., Resource tax administration: functions, procedures and institutions, in The Taxation of petroleum and Minerals: Principles, Problems and Practice (Daniel, P., Keen, M., McPherson, C., (eds.) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2010)• Calder, J., Resource tax administration: the implications of alternative policy choices , in The Taxation of petroleum and Minerals: Principles, Problems and Practice (Daniel, P., Keen, M., McPherson, C., (eds.) Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2010)
  17. 17. In Preparation:• Ghana• Uganda• Nigeria• Botswana• Brazil• Chile
  18. 18.  Access issues ◦ Viewing Rights for all users, and Editing Rights for select users ◦ External (non-WBG) user access will be required ◦ Document hosted outside of WBG IT system ◦ Narrative handbook will complement on line information access Utility for users ◦ Online/offline use (Hardcopy/print-out may be needed by users in the field) ◦ Software platform robust, functional on older computers, and user-friendly ◦ Language translation may be required (likely limited to core document) Quality control ◦ Maintaining order and structure, while still allowing for dynamic content ◦ Need for caretaker and maintenance roles/guidelines to be established ◦ Review/consolidation procedure for core ‘vetted’ content (Advisory Group) ◦ Key risk is the document becoming unwieldy, structure undermined and/or poor content Next steps ◦ University of Dundee creates Phase 1 of EI Source Book, providing core structure for online system ◦ Online system is chosen based on software ability to meet procedural and operational needs
  19. 19. • Stepped-up program of consultations• Revise and expand Narrative• Add selected references, documents and country briefs• Edit summaries• Edit web page and revise as necessary• Prepare Phase 2 (online version of Source Book)
  20. 20. Contact Information ©iStockphoto.com/onurdongel CEPMLP Contact Information Peter Cameron – p.d.cameron@dundee.ac.uk Charles McPherson – charles.mcpherson@gmail.com EI-TAF Contact Information Michael Stanley - mstanley@worldbank.org

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