The Challenges of Sustainable Transparency and Accountability in the Oil and Gas Sector




The challenges of sustainable transparency and accountability in oil and gas sector and the effort to combat corruption and deliver sustainable and inclusive growth have had mixed results despite the engagement of many international, national, public, private and other actors. The efficacy of open management or governance continues to be debated. Multilateral organisations,  researchers, activists and policymakers alike believe transparency is the antidote to the accountability deficit associated with oil and gas sectors.

Course Content 

  • Transparency as an instrument for good practice
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Improve sustainability conditions
  • Cost of regulatory compliance
  • preventive measures
  • Perform duties under a legal framework
  • Additional preventive measures
  • Criminalization and law enforcement
  • international cooperation

Learning Outcomes

    • Philosophical, ethical and legal issues relating to transparency and accountability in Oil and Gas Sector.
    • Principles of transparency and accountability for oil and gas operations.
    • Criteria for improve sustainability conditions.
    • information disclosure to development: a theory of change.
    • Evidence base accountability and gap management.
    • Resource allocation: Allocating effective resources that enhances productivity-move with changes in technology.
    • The ever-changing Scene: Understanding external pressures & regulatory issues.
    • Challenges in evaluating transparency and accountability initiatives: current and future.


Event Details

Start date: 8 April 2024

End date: 12 April 2024

Start time: 09:00 a.m. BST

End time: 04:30 p.m. BST

Venue: London,UK

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