We are working to define a payment transparency standard that can be a common element for extractive industry operators.
We are defining the standards of transparency of payments, which is a common issue in the extraction industry.
Improving governance and transparency in the extractive industry is crucial to encourage the best use of resources and prevent corrupt practices, while raising the awareness of local communities and encouraging governments to publish more comprehensive information on payments, investments and revenues generated from oil and gas activities.
To achieve these objectives Eni:
|(€,000)||Year||Entitlement recognised to the state||Entitlement recognised to a state-owned company||Direct taxation||Royalties||Bonus||Fees||Other significant payments and benefits||Investments(*)||Revenues from sales of equity hydrocarbons(*)|
|Rep, del Congo||2015||40,098||9,433||173,989||162,855||3,780||888,754||1,284,200|
(*) Accrual basis.
(**)Data from the latest EITI reports, published with reference to EIT countries.
(a)Includes the payment of US$33,136,000 for taxes on previous years subject to tax disputes.
(b)Mainly a VAT rebate of 23,226,728 thousand Tenge relating to Agip Caspian Sea BV Branch.
(c)Includes employee tax and withholding tax on suppliers.
(d)Payment to the Mozambique tax authority of US$400,000 in sales tax on the sale of 28.57% of Eni East Africa SpA shares.
|- of which to State||138,302||149,454||126,172|
|- of which to Regions||125,596||130,611||122,684|
|- of which to Basilicata||91,862||94,925||86,652|
|- of which to municipalities||34,486||47,123||53,015|
(a)Includes Eni SpA (Exploration & Production), Enimed, Società Adriatica Idrocarburi and Società Ionica Gas.
In each participating country, EITI is supported by a Multi Stakeholder Group in which the government, extractive companies and civil society work together to effectively implement the initiative. Eni signed up to the EITI in 2005, and in countries where it operates has played an active role in supporting the initiative and contributing to the preparation of reports. In countries already signed up to the initiative, such as Congo, Mozambique, Timor-Leste, Ghana and Ukraine, Eni is also a member of the local Multi Stakeholder Groups.
In Kazakhstan, Nigeria and Norway, Eni follows the work of their respective Multi Stakeholder Groups by participating in local category associations.
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