Gilded Gatekeepers: Myanmar's State-Owned Oil, Gas and Mining Enterprises

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 81 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
Extractive Sector Oil and Gas
Country Myanmar
Year January 2016
Natural Resource Charter Precept Precept 2: Accountability and Transparency, Precept 3: Exploration and License Allocation, Precept 6: Nationally Owned Resource Companies
Document Type Report
RGI Sub-component State-owned enterprises
RGI Questions 1.1.3d: Is the licensing authority independent from the SOE?,
1.1c: What licensing process does the licensing authority follow?,
1.1.10c: Who has the primary authority to monitor compliance with the operational aspects of licenses/contracts?,
1.4a: What proportion of equity shares does the government own 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)?,
1.4.1a: Are there rules governing fiscal transfers between the government and the SOE?,
1.4b: Does the SOE receive a production share or in-kind payments from extractive companies?
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Are the RGI questions here tagged with law and/or practice Law
Publisher NRGI
Author Patrick Heller
Source or API link http://www.resourcegovernance.org/sites/default/files/documents/nrgi_myanmar-state-owned-enterprises_full-report.pdf
Version 2017 Resource Governance Index
Maintainer Natural Resource Governance Institute
Maintainer Email Natural Resource Governance Institute