This NRGI and United Nations Development Programme report provides a comprehensive summary of resource revenue sharing regimes around the world and offers advice to policymakers establishing or reforming their systems.
Together with our partners at Global Witness, NRGI is recommending seven steps that stakeholders in Myanmar could take to implement the EITI beneficial ownership requirements in a way that increases the potential for concrete improvements in natural resource governance.
The transfer price is the price of a transaction between two entities that are part of the same group of companies. For example, a South Africa-based company might sell mining equipment and machinery to its Ghana-based subsidiary.
This country strategy note summarizes an NRGI analysis of country context and reform priorities. It also outlines NRGI’s engagement in Indonesia, complementing the work of other actors. Developments will naturally affect the assessments and objectives described herein.
This study provides an overview of Iraq’s oil and gas revenue sharing, that is, the revenue that the Iraq national government earns from extraction and then redistributes to subnational—provincial and regional—governments.
Sierra Leone is rich in mineral resources, including diamonds, bauxite, iron ore, and rutile. Despite this vast mineral wealth, Sierra Leone remains one of the poorest countries in the world, ranked 158th of 169 on the Human Development Index.