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extractive mining procurement challenges

Why procurement should be the "next frontier" in transparency .. 1 Jul 2019 . Mine sites often spend more on obtaining goods and services . recently on the Global Conference of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative . development and in some places the challenges outweigh the benefits.. Mining Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism BMZ. mineral extraction by working with the

Extractive Industries, Transparency and Procurement

The OGP and EITI already advise that state-owned extractive companies should share information on their procurement processes. But what about procurement by ­non-state extractive industry companies?. Ahead of the 44 th Board Meeting of the EITI last November in Addis Ababa, the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI)’s Alexandra Gillies wrote a Discussion Paper that explored the

EBRD Extractive Mining Industries Strategy

2021-2-25  EBRD Extractive Mining Industries Strategy 2018-2022 2.4 Challenges in the mining industry through the six transition qualities Procurement policies and rules Integrity Risk Policy Public Information Policy Economic Inclusion Strategy Domiciliation of EBRD clients

Local procurement in mining: A central component of

2017-7-1  Local procurement must always be planned and evaluated while considering all other potential positive and negative impacts of mineral extraction. It is completely possible that even with a well-managed local procurement plan, a proposed mining project simply may not make economic sense for a country to pursue given the trade-offs.

Five common challenges facing the mining industry

Five common challenges facing the mining industry. The mining industry comes with its fair share of challenges; from scarce resources to uncertainty around commodity prices, miners are always looking at ways to overcome barriers to stay competitive. Below we explore 5 challenges

Extractive Industries Overview World Bank

2020-4-16  Natural resources have the potential to drive growth, development and poverty reduction in developing countries. The extractive industries sector plays a dominant economic, social and political role in the lives of 3.5 billion people living in 81 countries, 51 of which are now compliant with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, a global standard for transparency and accountability.

Upstream Oil, Gas and Mining SOE Governance

Among OECD countries, oil, gas and mining enterprises had the highest rates of corruption and irregular practices among SOEs over the last three years. These sectors are likely to be characterized by natural monopolies, are particularly secretive and are engaged in high-value procurement

Top 6 Challenges in Procurement and How to

This makes a procurement manager’s job riddled with challenges and difficulties. It also means that identifying and overcoming procurement challenges is time, money, and effort well spent since procurement has a direct impact on an organization’s bottom line.While procurement challenges can vary based on an organization’s size, line of business, etc.,

The Extractive Industries and Society Journal

The Extractive Industries and Society is the one journal devoted to disseminating in-depth analysis of the socio-economic and environmental impacts of mining and oil and gas production on soc...

EITI AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR INCREASING LOCAL

2019-12-12  Togo described their local content policies or requirements covering the extractive sectors in their latest EITI Reports. For example, Cameroon describes local procurement requirements as stipulated in petroleum contracts in the 2015 EITI Report, and explains that mining contracts include details about national

Extractives: Opportunities and Challenges for

2020-6-15  reviews some of the dominant thinking about the opportunities and challenges of resource-led development and explains in detail the approach of the Oil, Gas, and Mining: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Extractive Industries. It charts the emergence of the “development model,” which sees positive outcomes from EI activity if certain

INVESTING IN AFRICA'S EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES:

2020-9-10  extractive industries are located within frontier areas within Africa. Therefore in addition to the challenge of managing expectations by the locals other challenges the governments and investors may face include: • Inadequate specialized skills relevant to the extractive in Africa. • Inadequate competitiveness at international level for

Extractive Industries: The Management of Resources

This book is about the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries in using their extractive industries (oil and gas and mining) to achieve inclusive and sustainable development. While resource wealth can yield prosperity, it can also cause acute social inequality, deep poverty, environmental damage, and political instability.

A Guide to Good Governance in Extractive Industries

2018-3-20  The aspirations and needs of these countries were the impetus and stimulation to create the World Bank’s Oil, Gas, and Mining Sourcebook for Understanding Extractive Industries., ranging from the allocation of resource extraction rights to the use and distribution of revenues.

Extractive resources-industrialisation linkages

Research Report: EXTRACTIVE RESOURCES-INDUSTRIALIZATION LINKAGES,OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND LESSONS FOR TANZANIA According to its Development Vision 2025, Tanzania envisions a middle-income economy that will have been transformed from a low productivity agricultural economy to a semi-industrialized one led by modernized and highly productive agricultural activities

Mining Practice Industry Risk Challenges and Solutions

2020-8-9  On behalf of Marsh’s Mining Practice, I am pleased to present our Mining . Industry Risk Analysis, which includes details of the short to medium term risk challenges faced by mining companies around the world today and the solutions and services Marsh can provide. and use of advanced extractive technologies which can create additional

BENCHMARKING LEADING PRACTICE IN ABORIGINAL

2016-2-8  The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) is a leading research centre, of Queensland, one of Australia’s premier universities. At CSRM, our focus is on the social, economic and political challenges that occur when change is brought about by resource extraction and development. Aboriginal procurement by the extractive

Upstream Oil, Gas and Mining SOE Governance

2020-4-17  Among OECD countries, oil, gas and mining enterprises had the highest rates of corruption and irregular practices among SOEs over the last three years. These sectors are likely to be characterized by natural monopolies, are particularly secretive and are engaged in high-value procurement projects, which makes them targets for rent seekers.

Theme: Local procurement and sustainable supply chains

2016-9-7  Challenges and solutions in overcoming local procurement strategies for mining in Africa Page 2 Premise This report presents the findings from the first of a research project seeking to address and examine the relationship between local procurement regulations and mining company practices in the South African and Namibian mining sector.

Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding

2021-2-21  Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries We face big challenges to help the world’s poorest people and ensure that everyone sees benefits from economic growth. Data and research help us understand these challenges and set

Extractives: Opportunities and Challenges for

2020-6-15  reviews some of the dominant thinking about the opportunities and challenges of resource-led development and explains in detail the approach of the Oil, Gas, and Mining: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Extractive Industries. It charts the emergence of the “development model,” which sees positive outcomes from EI activity if certain

Extractive resources-industrialisation linkages

Research Report: EXTRACTIVE RESOURCES-INDUSTRIALIZATION LINKAGES,OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND LESSONS FOR TANZANIA According to its Development Vision 2025, Tanzania envisions a middle-income economy that will have been transformed from a low productivity agricultural economy to a semi-industrialized one led by modernized and highly productive agricultural activities

Oil Gas Mining Procurement Africa

Providing Procurement for the Oil & Gas Industries Extractive industries face many challenges in today’s economic climate. Getting the best value for money from any product, whether that is the smallest nut or the biggest earth mover, has to be a priority for any business operating in the oil, gas or mining sectors.

MINING AND EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES: INNOVATION

2020-3-3  Share of value added of extractive exports, 2011 sector • Many mining firms develop their own support services in-house, e.g., engineering, information technology and R&D (services are traded between headquarters and affiliates of mining firms) Source: OECD (forthcoming [26]), The Mining global Value Chain and the impact of embodied services.

Theme: Local procurement and sustainable supply chains

2016-9-7  Challenges and solutions in overcoming local procurement strategies for mining in Africa Page 2 Premise This report presents the findings from the first of a research project seeking to address and examine the relationship between local procurement regulations and mining company practices in the South African and Namibian mining sector.

The Extractive Industries and Society Vol 7, Issue 2

SPECIAL SECTION: ‘Critical Reflections on Local Content Laws in Extractive Industries’, Edited by Abigail Hilson and Jesse Ovadia; SPECIAL SECTION: ‘Gender in Oil, Gas and Mining: New Frontiers of Progress, Challenges and Solutions’, Edited by Rachel Perks

From Zimbabwe Mining Revenue Transparency

From Zimbabwe Mining Revenue Transparency Initiative to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. its makes provisions for procurement and other governmental contracts. must implement EITI as a holistic approach to transparency and accountability challenges facing the mining sector in

IFC International Finance Corporation

wealth made by extractive industries. 7. Challenges such as poor governance, and non-transparency are key issues hindering growth and development in the region. 8. Large scale mining companies are also faced with potential conflicts with artisanal miners which can lead to a loss of production.

MINING OPERATIONS POLICY

2012-11-26  Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) has become the global standard for transparency and reporting in extractive industries and mining. The EBRD Mining Operations Policy takes stock of these developments in the sector, identifies the remaining transition challenges in the COOs and sets out the Bank’s

Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding

2021-2-21  Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries We face big challenges to help the world’s poorest people and ensure that everyone sees benefits from economic growth. Data and research help us understand these challenges and set