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US EITI Exit: Implication for Africa

The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) came into being in 2003, with the core aim to lessen corruption and enhance accountability for the proficient use of extractive revenues. With support from the World Bank, oil producing countries, International Oil Companies […]

Nigeria Generates N69.2bn Revenue from Solid Minerals: NEITI Report

The novel Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) audit report has shown Nigeria’s rise in the Solid Minerals earnings. Going by the report, N69.2bn was the revenues Nigeria got from solid minerals in 2015. This represents 25% addition of the […]

The Huge Price For Gas Flaring

In March 2017, the Nigerian government, International Gas Union (IGU), the World Bank and Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership organized a seminar in Washington. The focus is on reducing gas flaring at oil production sites in Nigeria and unlocking Nigeria’s […]

The Challenge Of Transparency In Oil And Gas

Globally, players and companies in the oil and gas industry battle to clear their names from numerous corruption allegations while trying to appear clean before their host country and the international community. However, there are numerous reasons for this. To […]

Nigeria Loses Huge Monies To NNPC Election Funding

The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) has carried out audit reports focusing in the oil and gas sector, findings from the reports showed that Nigeria in the last 10 years lost at least ‘US$2.6 billion to corruption in the […]

Communique Issued At The End of A 2-Day National Multi-Stakeholders Workshop On Strengthening Civil Society Engagement in Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Organized by Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Nigeria Held At Toscana Hotel, Independence Layout, Enugu (Nigeria) On October 19 – 20, 2017

Preamble Determined to involve critical stakeholders in moving the activities of EITI forward, Publish What You Pay (PWYP), Nigeria organized a two-day multi-stakeholders workshop on strengthening the Civil Society engagement in EITI standards. Participants were drawn from the Civil Society […]

NNPC Still Has Transparency Issues – PWYP

The National Coordinator of Publish What You Pay (PWYP), Mr. Peter Egbule, has said that the Federal Government has not done enough to reform the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to make it more transparent and accountable to Nigerians. Egbule […]