The Extractives Hub Project to be hosted at CEPMLP

The Extractives Hub recently turned two years old! Since going live back in February 2017, the online library has expanded, the number of Technical Assistance requests granted has steadily climbed, and – most importantly – the community of users has grown substantially. Now, following this successful incubation period, the Extractives Hub will be transitioning to a new and permanent home within CEPMLP from 1 April 2019, as part of its planned Phase Two. It will continue to be supported by DFID. 
 
What will the transition mean for registered users? While you may experience minor changes in the Hub from 1 April 2019, we want to assure all users that the fundamental purpose and experience of the Extractives Hub will stay the same. The Extractives Hub Library remains available and free to all, and as a registered user you can continue to log in and explore the new features of the Hub any time.
 
If you are not already a member, please register now to receive these benefits
  • Access to personalised support, including research and expert advice free of charge
  • Free subscription to The Extract, a bi-monthly bulletin, as well as receive resources tailored to your interests
  • Access to My Dashboard, your personal page offering services, such as saving resources and contacting peers

Professor Peter Cameron, CEPMLP Director, shares his vision for the Hub in the future, “It’s really exciting for us to be invited to host the Extractives Hub, which we’ve been involved with from the very start. Building on the basic pillars of the Hub – research, knowledge exchange and capacity building – we’ll be exploring three themes: preparing for the Energy Transition; learning lessons from neighbouring countries, especially ones ‘mature’ in extractives experience; and identifying practical applications from recent research on key topics in the extractives sector.”