PH-EITI extends FY 2022 reporting cycle

The PH-EITI would like to express our gratitude for our industry stakeholders’ continued cooperation and patience. We believe that the industry’s continued support and participation are essential in achieving our goal of transparency and accountability in the extractive industries. 

In line with this and to accommodate reporting entities still working towards compliance with the EITI reporting, the PH-EITI has decided to extend the previous deadlines. The new deadlines are as follows:

  • Deadline for submission of documentary requirements (BIR-related documents and BO-related documents) – 10 July 2024
  • Deadline for ORE data entries / offline data submission – 31 July 2024

The PH-EITI would also like to commend and acknowledge the forty-three (43) extractive companies that have already submitted the documentary requirements, specifically the BIR Taxpayer’s Waivers with the attached Sec. Certificates for fifty-one (51) projects. We extend our sincere appreciation for their timely compliance with the EITI reporting requirements. The Taxpayer’s Waivers and Sec. Certificates provided to PH-EITI will be submitted to the BIR to process the release of the projects’ BIR data.

We would like to acknowledge the following extractive companies for their timely compliance:

  1. Adnama Mining Resources Incorporated
  2. Dinapigue Mining Corporation
  3. Libjo Mining Corporation
  4. Rio Tuba Nickel Mining Corporation
  5. Concrete Aggregates Corporation
  6. Austral-Asia Link Mining Corporation
  7. Eramen Minerals, Inc.
  8. Marcventures Mining and Development
  9. Shangfil Mining and Trading Corporation
  10. Eagle Cement Corporation
  11. Benguet Corporation – Acupan Contract Mining Project
  12. Hallmark Mining Corporation
  13. OceanaGold (Philippines), Inc.
  14. Sinosteel Phils. H. Y. Mining Corporation
  15. Gozon Development Corporation
  16. Benguetcorp Resources Management Corporation
  17. Hinatuan Mining Corporation
  18. Oriental Vision Mining Philippines Corporation
  19. Taganito Mining Corporation
  20. Heirs of Elias E. Olegario
  21. Cagdianao Mining Corporation
  22. Ipilan Nickel Corporation

23. Philex Mining Corporation
24. Westernshore Nickel Corporation
25.Island Quarry and Aggregates Corporation
26. Carrascal Nickel Corporation
27. Krominco, Inc.
28. Philsaga Mining Corporation
29. Apo Land and Quarry Corporation
30. JLR Construction and Aggregates, Inc.
31. Century Peak Corporation
32. Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company
33. Platinum Group Metals Corporation
34. Bohol Limestone Corporation
35. Republic Cement & Building Materials, Inc.
36. Republic Cement Iligan, Inc.
37. Republic Cement Land and Resources, Inc.
38. Republic Cement Mindanao, Inc.
39. Semirara Material Resources, Inc.
40. Solid North Mineral Corporation
41. Techiron Resources, Inc.
42. Zambales Diversified Metals Corporation
43. NPG Pty Ltd

We appreciate the cooperation and dedication of all stakeholders to improving the governance of our natural resources. 

Should you have any questions or require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the PH-EITI Secretariat at or call (02) 5317 6363 loc. 6655.

A government-led, multi-stakeholder initiative implementing EITI, the global standard that promotes the open, accountable management, and good governance of oil, gas, and mineral resources. PH-EITI was created on 26 November 2013 through EO No. 147, s. of 2013. It is a government commitment first announced through EO No. 79, s. of 2012.

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