The Extractives Baraza has in the past year been involved in several activities that aim to Inform, Connect and Transform the extractives industry. This has been through activities that have not only assisted in reaching these goals but also have spread the influence of the Extractives Baraza to various players in the industry. The Extractives Baraza has therefore created an easy to access compilation of the publications for the year 2017. This compilation is aims to inform stakeholders of the key issues in the extractives sector that were interrogated in 2017 and that may influence the discussion in the year 2018.
The aim of the project is to establish community and stakeholder perceptions, knowledge, concerns and their understanding of the extractives activities within their regions. The publication highlights community perspectives on the extractives sector.
The analysis is guided by considerations set out in the Natural Resource Charter Benchmarking Framework. We have developed a transparency scorecard the ‘Kenya Transparency Scorecard’ to summarize our key findings.
On 15th August – 30th September, 2016 Strathmore Extractives Industry Centre (SEIC) conducted a national level information needs assessment in Kenya’s extractives sector. The main objective of the needs assessment was to elicit a basic understanding of the informational needs and challenges that various stakeholders experience in Kenya’s extractive industry so as to inform the content and products ICES should generate and disseminate relevant to the needs of different stakeholders. This report presents a detailed analysis of the findings of the needs assessment.
Based on the Quarterly Fireside Chat on Africa’s petroleum and mining contracts, the report highlights the discussions by attendees on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats that exist as a result of the confidentiality clauses
The report highlights the discussions of The second Quarterly Fireside Chat (QFC). It focused its discussions on innovative industry-led models towards public participation in the extractives industries.
The AMLA Workshop, part of the African Mining Legislation Atlas (AMLA) Project which aims to provide customized contextual and legal data on Africa’s mining laws through the AMLA website as well as building the capacity of Africa’s next generation of legal experts in mining law.
The eight steps have been informed by our programme interventions and therefore may not be exhaustive of the key considerations by extractives companies.
This is a simple presentation of the legal regime governing oil and gas operations in Kenya i.e. Laws, regulations and institutions.
This infographic presents a simple step by step outline of the compulsory land acquisition process in Kenya in the context of extractives sector operations.
This infographic presents oil and gas related well data on Kenya's petroleum sector at a glance. The goal is to inform the general public about the history of oil and gas exploration in Kenya by presenting information about the wells drilled in the Lamu, Anza, Tertiary Rift and Mandera Basins.
This infographic presents mining related data on Kenya's mining sector at a glance. The goal is to inform the general public about the type of minerals mined, companies involved, locations as well the year the mining operations commenced in Kenya.
This is a representation of the downstream institutional setup and operations in Kenya. The info-graphic aims to help develop an easy and clear understanding of how the downstream sector in Kenya organised.
Mining activities are complex in nature. To demystify these activities, we have developed an easy to understand knowledge product of the entire mining process through this infographic.
Oil and gas operations are complex in nature. To demystify the operations, we have developed an easy to understand knowledge product.