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Governance in Extractive Industries Contract Monitoring Program Michael Jarvis, World Bank Institute Oslo Governance Forum, October 4, 2011


Depletion & Discovery in Africa: A Decade of Transformation? Oil Producers 2005 to 2015 (projected)

Mediterranean Sea

TUNISIA MOROCCO

ALGERIA

WESTERN SAHARA

LIBYA

EGYPT Red Sea

MAURITANIA MALI

NIGER

ERITREA

SENEGAL

CHAD

THE GAMBIA GUINEA BISSAU

SUDAN

DJIBOUTI

BURKINA GUINEA

BENIN COTE DTVOIRE

SIERRA LEONE

TOGO

NIGERIA

ETHIOPIA

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

GHANA

LIBERIA

CAMEROON

EQUATORIAL GUINEA

GABON

REP. OF THE CONGO

UGANDA

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO (ZAIRE)

KENYA

Indian

RWANDA

South

SOMALIA

BURUNDI

Ocean

TANZANIA

ANGOLA

Atlantic MALAWI

Ocean

ANGOLA ZAMBIA MOZAMBIQUE

SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay

MADAGASCAR

ZIMBABWE

NAMIBIA BOTSWANA

Source: Ross (2011) LESOTHO

SOUTH AFRICA

SWAZILAND

Indian Ocean

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Multi-Stakeholder Monitoring “There is an opportunity to build capacity to enable joint government, industry and community involvement in compliance monitoring”

GOVERNMENT

PRIVATE SECTOR

CIVIL SOCIETY / COMMUNITIES


Contract Monitoring Roadmap

Use of Monitoring Data

Reflection on Process

Understanding Content

Accessing Documents

Monitoring Activities

Documents Needed


GIS Tools Data Newmont Mining Corporation

Mineral type

Gold

Production (2008)

524,000 oz

Government receipts reported (2008)

GHC 12,658,757

Active mines, oil and gas wells

Company payments reported (2008)

GHC 12,658,757

Mineral, oil and gas concessions

Government revenues

Socioeconomic indicators

Accra

Industrial mines Socioeconomic indicator: Regional unemployment

Users can build custom maps showing:

Company name

Mining royalties paid (2008) Donor projects – mining


2. Overview of the mapping platform

SALES, REVENUE AND UNEMPLOYMENT Côte d’Ivoire

Ghana


COLLABORATION PLATFORMS


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