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Title
Extractive Industries Source Book
Lead Organization Name
Type
  • Policy
  • Standards
  • Toolkit
  • Good Practice
Sector
  • Oil
  • Mining
  • Metals
  • Non-resource specific
Lead by
  • Civil Society
Goal/Objective

The objective of the Extractive Industries (EI) Source Book (Source Book) is to provide developing states with technical understanding and practical options around oil, gas, and mining sector (EI sector) development issues.

Value Chain Focus
  • Policy, Legal and Contractual Framework
    • - Sector policy
    • - Sector legislation
    • - Sector regulations
    • - Contracts and Licenses
    • - Local Content
    • - The award of contracts and licenses
    • - Contract negotiations and dispute settlement
    • - Other:
  • Sector Organisation and Institutions
    • - Institutional structures and governmental bodies
    • - Institutional reform
    • - National Resource Companies
    • - Transparency and accountability in sector organizations and institutions
    • - Other:
  • Fiscal Design and Administration
    • - Fiscal objectives
    • - Fiscal instruments
    • - Fiscal administration
    • - Royalties
    • - Transparency and accountability in fiscal design and administration
  • Revenue Management and Distribution
    • - Managing volatility
    • - Resource funds
    • - Fiscal discipline and sustainability
    • - Revenue sharing
    • - Revenue allocation
    • - Transparency and accountability in revenue management and/or distribution
  • Sustainable Development
    • - Community consultation
    • - Human Rights
    • - Environmental impacts
    • - Social impacts
    • - Gender
    • - Mineral tracing systems
    • - Community development agreements
    • - Decommissioning and Closure Planning
    • - Stakeholder engagement
    • - Monitoring and Reporting
    • - Effectiveness of government spending
    • - Priority spending areas
    • - Transparency and accountability in sustainable development
Have a mix of stakeholders such as public, private and civil society sectors contributed to the design of the initiative?
Yes
Geographical Focus
  • Global
In-country work
No
Who is it for?
industrial extractives companies, small-scale extractives companies, host country national governments, host country local governments, international governments, donors, local civil society, international civil society, communities, investors, local private sector, host-country universities, universities, students
How does the initiative try to reach its objective?

website and events and online marketing.