In accordance with Requirement 7.4 of the EITI Standard, this document is a review by the MSG of the impact of the first five years of EITI implementation in the UK. It explores the opportunities to further leverage the EITI platform to enrich public debate on the governance and stewardship of the UK's oil, gas and mineral resources.
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UK EITI Mainstreaming Feasibility Study explores the extent to which the EITI Standard can be achieved through the systematic or ‘mainstreamed’ disclosure of data by companies and public authorities.
Terms of Reference that defines the scope and function of the Multi-Stakeholder Group (MSG) formed to direct implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in the UK.
UK EITI Workplan 2020 covering planned activities by the UK EITI MSG in 2020.
UK EITI Workplan 2021 covering planned activities by the UK EITI MSG in 2021.
The UK EITI Annual Review 2020 provides an overview of the UK’s progress in implementing the EITI Standard and features data on the payments between extractive companies and UK government bodies and agencies in calendar year 2019.
The UK EITI Payments Report details the payments made in 2020 by 39 oil and gas companies and 16 mining and quarrying companies operating in the UK as well as repayments by the government for the seventh year running.
This EITI Report covers United Kingdom's extractive sector in 2015. It was published in March 2017.
United Kingdom's EITI beneficial ownership roadmap outlines how the country intends to disclose the beneficial owners of the companies operating in the extractives sector in line with Requirement 2.5 of the EITI Standard.