This report explores why oil sales accountability is particularly important as Ghana looks to recover from the pandemic. It provides an overview of the oil sales process in Ghana and the governance and corruption risks that can arise, and an overview of publicly available data on GNPC’s oil sales activities.
Seventeen international oil and gas companies have reported over $15 billion in payments to Indonesian government entities since 2014. This report explores some of the ways this timely source of payment data can be used as an accountability tool.
Ce rapport présente les résultats et recommandations de l’évaluation de la gouvernance minière en Guinée sur les années 2017 et 2018, selon la méthodologie de l’Indice de Gouvernance des Ressources Naturelles.
In many oil-producing countries, the national oil company (NOC) sells vast quantities of the state’s oil and gas. The sale of a state’s non-renewable natural resource endowment is often a revenue stream that can have a significant impact on a country’s national budget and development. The authors of this briefing use data from NRGI’s new National Oil Company database to examine the governance and corruption risks posed by NOCs' oil sales activities.