In July 2020 the EITI Board granted an extension to the publication of Peru's 2017 Report to 31 December 2020 and to the start of the 3rd Validation to 1 January 2021.
On 17 June 2019, the Board concluded that Peru has made “meaningful progress” with implementing the EITI Standard, with considerable improvements across several individual requirements. More information in the Validation section below.
Peru has produced a roadmap for the disclosure of the beneficial owners as per EITI Requirement 2.5 ahead of the deadline of 31st December 2016. Peru published its 2015-2016 EITI Report in February 2018.
On 12 May 2006, the Government of Peru published an Executive Decree that created an EITI Working Group which represents the entire stakeholder’s constituency, and provides a legal basis to the implementation of EITI. The mandate of this working group was renewed by Presidential Decree 5 September 2008. In 2011, the EITI working group was given permanent status by Decree No.28-2011-EM of 11 June.
The EITI National Committee (called Comision Multisectorial Permanente del EITI, in Spanish) is chaired by EITI Champion Viceminister of Hydrocarbons Victor Murillo, and integrated by:
Technical Secretariat: Eleonora León y León
Government: Hugo Oropeza - Ministry of Finance DG Social Management; and Jorge Montero, Viceminister of Mines.
Civil Society - Universities: Ana Sabogal and Carlos Wendorff- Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Civil Society - NGOs: Vanessa Cueto - Derecho, Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (DAR) and César Flores - Cooperaccion.
Industry - Association: Carmen Mendoza - Sociedad Nacional de Mineria, Petroleo y Energia.
Industry - Companies: Carlos Aranda, Oscar Gonzales- Southern Peru Copper Co, Pablo Alcázar Freeport McMoran and Jorge Luis Mercado - Repsol.
EITI Peru hosted the 7th EITI Global Conference in February 2016.