Making transparency matter.
Executive message from Jonas Moberg.
The first reports under the 2013 EITI Standard provide a more complete account of the extractive industries in a country.
Focusing on impact throughout EITI implementation.
Backed by a broad coalition of governments, companies, civil society and international organisations.
Over half of EITI countries are now Compliant with the 2011 EITI Requirements.
In the majority of EITI countries, revenues from oil, gas and mining account for more than 20% of the government's total income.
EITI countries now publish data on the government side of hydrocarbon trades, and commodity trader Trafigura has decided to disclose payments to governments.
Digital tools are making it easier to follow the use of natural resources.
The Democratic Republic of Congo and ten other countries have started disclosing identities of real owners in its extractives sector.