This is the Papua New Guinea EITI work plan for 2022.
Making progress on energy transition goals will require open and trusted data to inform public debate and policy options.
Carbon Tracker recently announced that it was creating a Global Registry of Fossil Fuels, the “Registry,” which will be a concrete policy tool to measure production, the associated emissions, and how those relate to a 1.5°C compatible pathway. The Registry will contain datasets and tools that can inform policy and economic discussions around an equitable wind down of fossil fuel consumption,
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), with the support from USAID and in collaboration with Carbon Tracker and NRGI, is seeking a competent and credible firm or individual to design and manage a Datathon in the first quarter of 2022 to model the use of data and develop tools for using data to address challenges related to the energy transition.
The overall purpose of the planned datathon is to encourage innovation in the use of EITI and extractives industry data to contribute to policy and public debate on energy transition pathways. Specifically,
This request for proposals is now closed.
Opening Extractives (OE) - a programme launched by the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Open Ownership to enhance beneficial ownership transparency - is seeking an individual consultant, based in Monrovia, to support the OE team in implementing beneficial ownership transparency commitments under the OE Programme in Liberia. This will entail supporting the OE team and the Steering Committee in Liberia with the implementation of the OE programme. The objective is to improve government and company disclosures,
This guidance note focuses on the requirements for publishing high-quality, structured beneficial ownership data to Open Ownership’s Beneficial Ownership Data Standard (BODS). Most of the recommendations will also suit the creation of any system which aims to ingest declarations of beneficial ownership and create auditable records.
The Opening Extractives Programme, in collaboration with the Registrar General’s Department and the Ghana Opening Extractives National Steering Committee, is organising a series of capacity building and training sessions for Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and journalists to raise awareness on the existence and importance of quality and timely beneficial ownersgip data, and share skills, tools and methodologies to analyse and use this data. The rationale is to strengthen capacities amongst journalists,
This is the Philippines seventh EITI Report and covers the 2019 fiscal year.