The Natural Resource Charter Benchmarking Framework is a tool for benchmarking a country’s management of oil, gas and minerals against global best practices. Created in response to government and civil society demand for a practical way to measure resource governance, it is the product of five years of expert input and testing in more than 15 country projects.
As Indonesians debate the best means for reinvigorating the country’s oil and gas sector, recent policy announcements have amplified a long-standing question: What kind of state oil company does the country need?
NRGI and the School of Public Policy at the Central European University are now accepting applications for the advanced course “Reversing the Resource Curse: Theory and Practice.” This advanced-level multi-stakeholder course is open to exceptional leaders from government, civil society, parliaments, media, international development agencies and industry associations as well as academics, researchers and analysts from universities and think tanks. Financial support is available.