On February 3rd, Congress voted to kill the controversial anti-corruption disclosure rule related to reporting requirements for publicly traded commercial oil, natural gas or mineral companies. This rule (Rule 13q-1) would have required all gas, oil, and mineral companies that are publicly traded to disclose the use of conflict minerals and any payments to foreign governments for resource rights via an XBRL exhibit on EDGAR Form SD.
Friday, February 03. 2017
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