extractive mining procurement challenges

Local Content Policies in the Mining Sector: Scaling up ...

iii Local Content Policies in the Mining Sector: Scaling up local procurement ACRONYMS AMV Africa Mining Visoi n BBBEE Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment CDA community development agreement EITI Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative EWB Canada Enginees r Without Bodr es r Canada IBA impact benefit agreement IFC International Finance Corpoatir on

Opportunities and Challenges for Local Food Procurement …

This report investigated the opportunities and challenges for local food procurement by mining companies in Mozambique and Tanzania. The aim of the research was to identify factors that create a ''win-win'' local food procurement policy for mining companies and local farmers in two case studies. An

Extractives: Opportunities and Challenges for Development ...

reviews some of the dominant thinking about the opportunities and challenges of resource-led development and explains in detail the approach of the Oil, Gas, and Mining: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Extractive Industries. It charts the emergence of the "development model," which sees positive outcomes from EI activity if certain ...

Extractives

Delving into the world of oil, mining and gas contracts with open contracting These contracts impact the well-being of 3.5 billion people from 81 countries across the globe. Deals in the oil, gas, and mining sectors are worth billions of dollars over decades but they often do not translate into human development and economic opportunity for ...

(PDF) Driving Local Content in the Extractive Industry ...

Driving Local Content in the Extractive Industry; Opportunities and Challenges Introduction The extractive Industry consists of any operation that remove metals, minerals and aggregates for the earth. Examples of extractive processes include oil and gas extraction, mining, dredging and quarrying1.

UNU-WIDER : Extractives for Development (E4D) – risks and ...

The extractive industries provide substantial government revenues in many low-income and middle-income countries, but efforts to diversify economies have been disappointing. Moreover, there are major revenue shortfalls due to ineffective regulation, under-reporting by producers, poor transparency, and badly designed tax systems.

Mining Practice

challenges faced by mining companies around the world today – and the ... and use of advanced extractive technologies which can create additional risks. The expanding geographical reach of mining . ... complications to the procurement of insurance

Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH)

Course Details. Course Name: Introduction to Extractive Industry Governance: Policy and Practice Course 2021 Course Date: 6th September – 29th October 2021 Course Venue: Virtual Course Instructor: T.B.A Course cost: FREE Contact Hours: 1.5 hours a day/ 8 hours a week Course Duration: 2 months About the Course. The Introduction to Extractive Industry Governance: Policy and Practice course ...

Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the ...

Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries Oil, gas, and mining : a sourcebook for understanding the extractive industries ... We face big challenges to help the world''s poorest people and ensure that everyone sees benefits from economic growth. Data and research help us understand these challenges and set ...

EBRD Extractive Mining Industries Strategy

EBRD Extractive Mining Industries Strategy 2018-2022 ... 2.4 Challenges in the mining industry through the six transition qualities ... Procurement policies and rules Integrity Risk Policy Public Information Policy Economic Inclusion Strategy Domiciliation of EBRD clients

CORRUPTION IN THE EXTRACTIVE VALUE CHAIN: TYPOLOGY …

and gas producing countries, in consultation with extractive industries, civil society organisations and think tanks, craft innovative and collaborative solutions for natural resource governance and development. A Business Consultative Platform has been established to ensure continuous dialogue with the mining…

Ghana | Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

 · Ghana is the largest gold producer in Africa and the eighth largest in the world as of 2020. In 2018, gold production accounted for over 2.5% of world gold production with an outturn of almost 5 million oz up from 2015 outturn of 3,623,740 oz. Diamond production has been on a decline. Production in 2009 of 376,000 carats has slowed to 100, 328 ...

Managing mining for sustainable development

of mining creates challenges and risks for the well-being of people and the environment. A key challenge for these countries is to manage mining in a way that contributes to – and does not jeopardize – sustainable development. The management of mining at …

Opportunities and Challenges for Local Food Procurement by ...

This report investigated the opportunities and challenges for local food procurement by mining companies in Mozambique and Tanzania. The aim of the research was to identify factors that create a ''win-win'' local food procurement policy for mining companies and local farmers in two case studies. An

Top 6 Challenges in Procurement and How to Overcome Those

 · While procurement challenges can vary based on an organization''s size, line of business, etc., Here are six common procurement challenges that haunt businesses of all sizes. 1. Risk mitigation. Supply risk is always a major challenge in the procurement process. Market risks, potential frauds, cost, quality, and delivery risks constitute the ...

Local Content in Tanzania''s Gas and Minerals Sectors: Who ...

The implementation of Tanzania''s local content policy for the petroleum and mineral sectors has been hampered by inconsistency, confusion, and un-coordinated donor interventions. There is a need to replace overlapping institutional authorities by clear lines of regulatory authority to advance Tanzania''s vision of leveraging its gas and ...

Local Procurement Regulations for Extractive Industries in ...

local procurement by the extractive industry, with examples from around the world, is included in the IGF''s Local Content Policies in the Mining Sector: Scaling Up Local Procurement.2 With few exceptions, supply-side policies are not covered here unless they impose permanent requirements on governments. For example, Decree 86 of the Petroleum

Current and future challenges and opportunities in Tanzania

The mining industry has experienced high, but greatly fluctuating growth rates in the last decade with an annual average growth rate of 15% per year. However, it should be noted that the growth departs from a low base, and that the mining industry constitutes less than 5% of Tanzania''s GDP.

10 Human Rights Priorities for the Extractives Sector ...

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) EITI is a global standard to promote the open and accountable management of oil, gas, and mineral resources. International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) ICMM is an international organization dedicated to a safe, fair, and sustainable mining industry.

Natural Resources for Sustainable Development | edX

Extractive practitioners, such as those who work in oil, gas and mining, who are interested in making the field more sustainable Graduate students and advanced undergraduate students studying extractives, environmental science, environmental law, sustainable development, sustainable business …

The top six challenges facing procurement

 · The evolution of procurement means that the function''s success is no longer just about sourcing services and reducing cost. Nowadays, procurement teams face an increasing number of complex challenges, as reported by CASME members around the world during a series of roundtables. Here are the top six issues. 1. Risk management

Extractive Industries, Transparency and Procurement ...

 · The OGP and EITI already advise that state-owned extractive companies should share information on their procurement processes. But what about procurement by ­non-state extractive industry companies?. Ahead of the 44 th Board Meeting of the EITI last November in Addis Ababa, the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI)''s Alexandra Gillies wrote a Discussion Paper that …

Mining Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism

Mining sector stakeholders in pilot countries: Albania and Mongolia (2016), and Mali (2017) Common ground: Since 2013 the Mining Shared Value (MSV) initiative of Engineers Without Borders Canada has undertaken work to measure how the world''s largest mining companies report on local procurement.

Impacts of Mining Extractive Industries on Women in Zambia

Study on Impacts of Mining and other Extractive Industries on Women in Zambia Page 7 makes legal claims and safeguarding of rights by women very difficult when these rights are violated by mining firms. onstitution further allows application of cultural The c practices in matters of marriage and property such as land inheritance and ownership. This

Going Beyond Revenues in Extractive Sector Governance: But ...

 · During the event in Paris, MSV presented its Mining Local Procurement Reporting Mechanism (LPRM) as a standardized format for mining companies to share site-level information on their local procurement efforts and results. Countries might adopt and require reporting based on frameworks like the LPRM where other systems like the GRI do not yield ...

Sustainability Reporting in the Mining Sector

mining sector are essential to maintain and increase economic development around the world the sector also faces serious challenges related to its significant environmental and social impact. Environmental and social impacts of the sector include greenhouse gas …

Extractive Industries Overview

 · The extractive industries sector plays a strong economic role in 63 countries, many of which face challenges such as resource dependency and weak governance. The World Bank helps developing countries manage oil, gas, and mining in a way that contributes to sustainable growth and development, protects communities and reduces carbon emissions.

Mining needs new business models

The Extractive Industries and Society. Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2020, Pages 263-266. ... mining is confronted with technical and social challenges. ... New business models are needed to deliver value to mining and society. • Local procurement is a strategy to anchor new business models.

Extractive resources-industrialisation linkages ...

 · Research Report: EXTRACTIVE RESOURCES-INDUSTRIALIZATION LINKAGES,OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES AND LESSONS FOR TANZANIA According to its Development Vision 2025, Tanzania envisions a middle-income economy that will have been transformed from a low productivity agricultural economy to a semi-industrialized one led by modernized and highly …

Extractive Industries in Malawi

Members Briefing Paper - understanding the landscape of extractive industries in Malawi January 2015 Large Scale Mining (LSD) The uranium mine at Kayelekera, a public-private venture between the GoM and Australian energy company Paladin, is easily the largest mining investment in Malawi to date (~US$800m). The

Extractive Industries for Sustainable Development Project ...

recovery, the mining sector''s contribution to GDP was 10.6 % in 2012.10 The mineral growth has driven the overall economic growth rate, which has averaged 8% per year from 2005 to 2012. 8 USGS, The Mineral Industry of Liberia, 2011. 9The World Bank, Extractive Industries for Development Series.

INVESTING IN AFRICA''S EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES: …

the citizens involved in mining for social and economic ... Therefore the most the challenges in the extractive industries are in fact opportunities for both African and foreign investors. Opportunities : 24. Ladies and gentlemen before are share with you how ... Engineering, Procurement & …

Recommendations for the Mining Sector

The number of major mining and mineral processing assets in Africa with China-headquartered companies'' interest increased from only a handful in 2006 to more than 120 in 2015.10 THE ROLE OF THE INDUSTRY IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Extractive resources including mining, oil, and gas account for almost one quarter of Africa''s GDP and

Innovation in mining: what are the challenges and ...

 · The mining industry, considered a traditional and conservative industry with respect to innovation, finds itself at a turning point due to the increasingly complex challenges, such as declining ore grades and productivity levels, and a higher competition for scarce resources, among others (Durrant-Whyte et al. 2015).These challenges have created an imperative to innovate.

Local procurement regulations for extractive industries in ...

 · Extractive industry local procurement is addressed in legislation and regulations by virtually all of the countries in the SADC region that have some level of mining or petroleum activity. The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Namibia, South Africa and Tanzania have more detailed approaches, while most of the other countries in the region ...

Political settlements, the mining industry and corporate ...

 · In 2014 the Zambia Chamber of Mines and ICMM published a report which pointed to how the mining industry supports the Zambian economy, in 2012, employing over 56,000 directly, with four companies spending $2.7 billion on procurement within Zambia and $70 million on social investment . These efforts failed to shift the long running perception of ...

Extractive Industries Financial Intermediation Africa

Challenges to domestic participation. Despite the opportunities, the benefits of extractive industries through procurement services do not accrue automatically and evenly across countries, sectors and local communities. ... – Increasing Local procurement by the mining …

Local procurement in mining: A central component of ...

 · Local procurement must always be planned and evaluated while considering all other potential positive and negative impacts of mineral extraction. It is completely possible that even with a well-managed local procurement plan, a proposed mining project simply may not make economic sense for a country to pursue given the trade-offs.

EITI AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR INCREASING LOCAL CONTENT ...

Togo described their local content policies or requirements covering the extractive sectors in their latest EITI Reports. For example, Cameroon describes local procurement requirements as stipulated in petroleum contracts in the 2015 EITI Report, and explains that mining …