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EITI Indonesia Scoping Note Second Report 2010-2011

This scoping note is the key technical guidance  document  underpinning the EITI Indonesia reports for calendar and fiscal years 2010 and 2011.   After some revisions, it has  received   final approval   from  the EITI Indonesia Implementation Team on December 23, 2013 and  January 28, 2014. The scoping note: -   Describes all  known oil, gas, mineral and coal  revenues conveyed by oil, gas, mineral and coal producers to the government of Indonesia in 2010 and  2011. -   Where relevant, describes  how these revenues are calculated. -   Specifies how much each revenue stream  amounted to in 2011, and what percentage that each represented ... Read More »

EITI Indonesia Scoping Note First Report 2009

Indonesia is implementing the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the global initiative for oil, gas and minerals revenue transparency. Under the EITI, oil, gas and mining firms report the amount of revenues that they have conveyed to the government.   Meanwhile, the government reports how much of these revenues it collects.  The comparison and publication of these figures is overseen by a multi-stakeholder committee. Decisions on scoping note are an important part of the EITI process.  Scope refers to: 1. The extractive sectors, companies, and production units that will report. 2. The types of revenue streams that will be reported and ... Read More »

Scoping study, Extractive Industry Templates

Indonesia is implementing the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), the global initiative for oil, gas and minerals revenue transparency. Under the EITI, oil, gas and mining firms report the amount of revenues that they have conveyed to the government.   Meanwhile, the government reports how much of these revenues it collects.  The comparison and publication of these figures is overseen by a multi-stakeholder committee. Decisions on “scope” are an important part of the EITI process.  Scope refers to: 1. The extractive sectors, companies, and production units that will report. 2. The types of revenue streams that will be reported and the ... Read More »