This EITI Report covers Afghanistan's extractive sector from 2010 to 2011. It was published in October 2012.
This EITI Report covers Afghanistan's extractive sector from 2008 to 2010. It was published in July 2012.
This is the Fourth Afghanistan EITI Report, which covers the two fiscal periods 1391 (21st March - 20th December 2012) and 1392 (21st December 2012 – 20th December 2013). See PDF attached below.
Afghanistan EITI (AEITI) have also produced an infographic version of this report, see attached below.
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Report of the Independent Administrator to the AEITI MSGIntroductionExecutive SummaryThe Extractive Industries in AfghanistanOverview of Flows Reported and Reporting Entities Approach,
Tajikistan published a visual version of its 2014 EITI Report, illustrated with infographics.
Various new initiatives and enhancements to the process have been introduced as part of the 2014 reconciliation and report preparation. A selection of the main ones are set out below, with further details provided in the body of our report.
- The M.EITI's web-based E-Reporting system was launched, and payment information was initially reported by companies and government entities for the first time through this web-based E-Reporting system;
This report summarizes the results of these reconciliation processes, in addition to, information pertaining to the Oil and Gas Sector and the Extractive Industries in Iraq.
It does not include reconciliation of data related to the extractive industries (including oil & gas) in Kurdistan Region. This data was requested from the Kurdistan Regional Government but it was not provided, however, IEITI Stakeholder Council has requested the inclusion of information about the extractive industry in KRG based on publicly available information.
This report covers the year 2014 (1 January to 31 December) and is the tenth EITI Report Mauritania published since becoming member of the EITI.