Ghana’s 2010-11 EITI Oil and Gas Report identified gaps in the existing legal and fiscal regime, leading to lack of payments of capital gains tax by oil companies.
Burkina Faso’s 2012 EITI Report identified an agreement between the government and a mining company which was not entered into in accordance with the laws and regulations governing the sector.
Peru’s 2008-2010 EITI Report found inconsistencies in government records of license owners and the respective annual license payments.
Myanmar’s 2013-14 EITI Report documented that state-owned companies retain considerable amounts of revenue from the extractive sector.
Liberia’s EITI Beneficial Ownership Report found that the government records on the beneficial owners of companies operating in Liberia were not up to date.
Mongolia’s 2013 EITI Report documented considerable confusion about the government’s policy on contract transparency.