As a member of the EITI, The Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago (GORTT) will publicly declare annually all revenues received from companies engaged in the extractive industries (oil and gas upstream activities, initially) and the companies, in turn, will publicly declare monies paid to GORTT. Discrepancies between the two reported figures, if any, will be subjected to an independent audit to reconcile the differences and the results published and widely disseminated.
TTEITI Information Video
Request for Proposal
The Trinidad and Tobago EITI Implementation Workplan
To achieve its objective, the TTEITI Steering Committee Workplan sets out fully cost, measurable targets and a timetable for implementation for 2014. Potential constraints were identified and listed and steps have been taken to determine the extent of any constraints and the strategies needed to overcome them.TTEITI Workplan 2014 - 2016 (pdf, 1.26 MB)
TTEITI Validation Report (pdf, 9.62 MB)
Previous Workplan:TTEITI Implementation Workplan Dec. 2010 – Aug. 2013 (pdf, 677.9 kB)