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Swiss commodities trader Trafigura has just announced that it will disclose its payments to the governments of the 48 countries party to the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI), including payments made to national oil companies in exchange for oil and gas, beginning in 2015.

With the new administration in Indonesia comes an opportunity to make much-needed changes in the way mining licenses are granted.

Since 2008, NRGI has partnered with academic institutions around the world to provide regionally relevant analysis and training to oversight actors, and to reduce capacity asymmetries between governments and extractive industry players.

Ghana’s oil production is in full swing, and measures must be put in place at every stage of the process to maximize the benefits. Can new digital technologies play a role?

This year for the first time in its history, the World Resources Forum took place in Latin America.

The increased transparency in contract disclosure and in payments made to government are both crucial steps. But to have greater accountability and understanding of the above issues, we need to open up the discussion on how the projects are modeled...

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