Indonesia’s 2010-11 EITI Report documented weaknesses in recordkeeping related to payments of royalties and Sales Revenue Share (PHT*) by mining companies, affecting revenue sharing with provinces.
Trinidad and Tobago’s 2010-11 EITI Report identified incomplete reporting on in-kind revenues paid by companies to state owned enterprises (SOEs), and the revenue received by the SOEs from the sale of these commodities.
Nigeria’s 2012 EITI Oil & Gas Report identified issues with the management of oil transported via pipelines.
The 2010 EITI Report from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) documented lack of transparency around a joint venture agreement between a group of Chinese and Congolese companies.
Senegal´s 2013 EITI Report shows challenges with record keeping by subnational governments.
Nigeria´s EITI audits highlight delays and inconsistencies in transfers of money between the state-owned enterprise, the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), and the government.
Iraq’s EITI Reports show that there is a need to update national accounting standards to bring them in line with industry practice.