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Energy, Oil and Gas top are Key Investment Areas in Uganda

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By Brian Kalule…. In his 2016/2017 Budget Speech delivered in June 2016, Finance Minister nominee Matia Kasaijja noted that the 2014 National Population Census stated that access to…

Here’s Why Uganda Should Learn from Nigeria’s oil, gas experiences

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By James Karama… A few months ago, I was honoured to be part of a delegation that visited Nigeria on an oil and gas local content study tour,…

Uganda Must Prioritize Its Environment in Every Step of Oil and Gas Industry Development

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By Samuel Okulony It is with no doubt that the developments in Uganda’s oil and gas sector are currently in advanced stages of development that are moving the…

Government Should Prioritize Education for Children Affected by Resettlement in Oil Refinery Project

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By Dickens Kamugisha… On May 25 this year, more than 80 people whose land in Hoima was acquired for Uganda’s oil refinery met with officials from Uganda Human…

Will the Revival of Mombasa Refinery Give Kenya Leadership in the Regional Petroleum Downstream Sector

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By Mbatau wa Ngai The expected refining of Kenya’s crude oil at Kenya Oil Refineries is a game changer for several reasons. First, the fact that Yoweri Museveni…

Is OPEC a Toothless Organisation attracting world attention without Impact on the Oil Market?

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By Anas Alhajji… The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries is dead. Saudi Arabia killed it. Now, OPEC is just a toothless zombie, attracting attention, but without having…

Will Brexit Cause a destructive Impact on Uganda’s Oil market Future?

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By Irene Ngabirano… On June 23, the United Kingdom (UK) voted to leave the European Union (EU) in a non-binding advisory referendum, which resulted in the resignation of…

Is the Oil and Gas Sector Sufficient by itself to diversify Uganda’s economy?

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By Christina Malmberg Calvo Uganda is striving to achieve middle income status by 2040, and a lot of optimism and hope is riding on the 6.5 billion barrels…

Here is Why Ugandans Must work together to fight the secrecy around Crude Oil Export Pipeline Project

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By Dickens Kamugisha… Late last month, a decision on the route Uganda’s crude oil export pipeline will take was agreed upon between Uganda and Tanzania. However, given that…

Government Must address the Rot in the Resettlement of Affected Families in the Uganda Oil Refinery Project

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By Doris Atwijukire… Last week, President Museveni was sworn-in for another five-year term at Kololo Independence Grounds. Since the President is expected to appoint a new cabinet that…