Azerbaijan discloses ninth EITI report

hesabat-2011This Press release is jointly prepared by Committee on EITI, extractive industry (oil and gas) companies and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Coalition for Increasing Transparency in the Extractive Industries of Azerbaijan.

Coffey International Development to validate EITI process in Azerbaijan

mhshtA meeting of the Validation Working group, established in order to proceed with Validation process, comprising of nine persons equally represented by the EITI stakeholders (Government of Azerbaijan, Extractive industry companies, and Coalition of Non-governmental organizations) was held on November 18, 2008. Seven companies (Validators) - Coffey Int. Dev. Ltd., ECON, The IDL Group, Goldwyn Int Strategies, Hart Nurse Limited, Oxford Policy Management, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Accountability, approved by the International EITI Board to validate EITI process, were invited to bid. Four companies - Coffey International Development, Goldwyn International, Hart Group and ECON sent proposals for the bidding.

Moore Stephens to collate next EITI reports

moore-stefensExtractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) reports for the first six months of the year 2008 will be collated by Moore Stephens Azerbaijan Limited following the unanimous decision of the Selection Group, which was established in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding signed to implement EITI in Azerbaijan between the governmental Committee on EITI, foreign and local extractive industry (oil and gas) companies and the NGOs' Coalition for Increasing Transparency in Extractive Industries. The group comprises 6 persons equally represented by the Government, NGO's Coalition and extractive industry companies.

The 9th EITI reporting cycle is underway in Azerbaijan

mhshtThe ninth reporting cycle on implementation of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Azerbaijan was launched on August 7, 2008 at the meeting of the Selection Group, which was established in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the governmental Committee on EITI, foreign and local extractive industry companies (oil and gas) and the NGOs' Coalition for Increasing Transparency in Extractive Industries to implement EITI in Azerbaijan. The Selection Group decided to send invitations to internationally recognized audit companies in Azerbaijan for the bidding procedure.

EITI stakeholders hold meeting

cq-iclasA meeting of EITI stakeholders - the EITI Committee, the non-governmental organizations' Coalition for Increasing Transparency in Extractive Industries, foreign and local extractive industry companies, operating in Azerbaijan, was held on June 17, 2008.

Azerbaijan discloses eighth EITI report

hesabat-2011This Press release is jointly prepared by Committee on EITI, extractive industry (oil and gas) companies and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Coalition for Increasing Transparency in the Extractive Industries of Azerbaijan.

Moore Stephens to collate next EITI reports

moore-stefensExtractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) reports for the year 2007 will be collated by Moore Stephens Azerbaijan Limited following the decision of the Selection Group, which was established in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding signed to implement EITI in Azerbaijan between the governmental Committee on EITI, foreign and local extractive industry (oil and gas) companies and the NGOs' Coalition for Increasing Transparency in Extractive Industries. Tender has been announced by bp, as the foreign and local companies are to pay audit company's fees for collation of the next (annual) cycle reports as per MOU.

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