Fuelling Mistrust

This document is part of the source library for NRGI's 2017 Resource Governance Index, a comprehensive measure of the quality of natural resource governance in oil, gas and mineral-rich countries. To access the full dataset and all other index resources, visit https://resourcegovernanceindex.org.

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Field Value
Sector Oil and Gas
Country Sudan
Year 2009
RGI Edition Year 2017
Topic Beneficial ownership, Legislation and regulation, Open data, Revenue management, Sovereign wealth funds, State-owned enterprises
Document Type Report
RGI Sub-component Licensing
RGI Questions 1.2.1a: Does the government publicly disclose data on the volume of extractive resource production?,
1.2.2b: How up-to-date is the publicly disclosed data on the value of extractive resource exports?,
1.1.8a: From 2015 onwards, have senior public officials publicly disclosed their financial holdings in extractive companies?,
1.4c: What is the name of the largest company in which the government has a controlling share (i.e. an SOE)?,
1.4.4b: Has the SOE publicly disclosed the amount spent on non-commercial activities?,
2.3b: If there are multiple natural resource funds, which is the largest?,
2.3.2d: From 2015 onwards, has the government adhered to the numeric rules governing the size of deposits into the sovereign wealth fund?
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Publisher Global Witness
Source or API link https://www.globalwitness.org/en/archive/fuelling-mistrust-need-transparency-sudans-oil-industry/
Maintainer Natural Resource Governance Institute
Maintainer Email Natural Resource Governance Institute