Yemen
EITI Compliant country (suspended)

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The PWYP affiliated Transparency Coalition for Extractive Industries (TCEI) was launched in 2009. One of its first activities was the campaign for an access to information law which was eventually put in place as a law in June 2012. The coalition is currently campaigning for Yemen to get a fair deal for its resources and is calling for all Production-Sharing Agreements to be reviewed, due to a number of dodgy recent deals. Finally, the coalition also supports the implementation of EITI in the country and seeks to push the boundaries of the initiative to include production data for each extractive project in the country.

Key Facts

  • Key resources: oil, natural gas, minor coal and copper deposits.
  • In 2011 the extractive sector made up 68% of government revenue.
  • In 2013 oil revenue in Yemen decreased by $87 million.
  • Companies operating in Yemen include Midas, Sinopec, Total.
  • EITI, US State Department

Key Contacts

  • Name: Tawfiq Al-Budiji
  • Email: tawfiq_hritc@yahoo.com
  • Telephone:

Members

  • Al Amal Center for Transparency
  • Al Mustaqbal party
  • Democratic Youth Assembly
  • Economic Media Training Center
  • Felix for Oil Consultancy
  • Human Rights Information and Training Center
  • Irada Institute for Development
  • Kul Al Banat Institute
  • Network of Friends of Reconstruction
  • Nidaa Institute for Humanitarian Development
  • Organisation for Aid and Development, Hadramoot
  • Organisation for Change Towards Support for Rights and Freedom
  • Organisation for Promoting Integrity
  • Yemen Center for Human Rights Studies
  • Yemeni Institute for Legal Support
  • Yemeni Observatory for Human Rights
  • Yemeni Organisation for Economic and Social Development
  • Yemeni Parliamentarians Against Corruption
  • Social Democratic Forum
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