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Contract Disclosure Survey 2018: A review of the contract disclosure policies of 40 oil, gas and mining companies

Contract disclosure in the oil, gas and mining sector is an emerging global norm. Given the progress by governments, international financial institutions and the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, this report aims fill the research gap in information regarding corporate policies on contract disclosure. It provides a snapshot of the current landscape of corporate policy based on a survey of public policies and commitments by 40 leading oil, gas and mining companies.

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