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Here’s how Pieces of Legislation in East Africa are setting the Oil Sector on Solid ground

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Diana France and Michael Burgess of Holman Fenwick Willan and Isaac Kabuye of the Ugandan Directorate of Petroleum assess recent reforms to the legal framework for oil and…

MPs task government to clear anomalies in the Oil and Gas sector

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Members of parliament on the Committee on Natural Resources have asked government to prioritize the compensation and resettlement exercise of Project Affect Persons (PAPs) in the refinery and…

Mutebile’s take on volatility of oil prices and their effect on Uganda’s economy

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This Speech by Prof. Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile, Governor, Bank of Uganda was delivered at the Dialogue on the Impact of Oil Price Volatility and its Implications for the…

Uganda’s unending oil tax disputes: will URA survive another Total Disaster

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he tax dispute between Total E&P Uganda is just another in a series of Tax Disputes that the Uganda Revenue Authority has had to deal with in the…

Activists want mining companies to prevent abuse of rights in their operations

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The constitution under A.26 guarantees the right to property and provides that no person shall be deprived of their property without prompt and adequate compensation yet some business…

The oil curse; are Uganda’s youths feeling the pinch?

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The recent activities of Jobless Brotherhood, the National Association of the Unemployed, NRM Poor Youth and the Uganda Youth Liberation Front have caused concerns that Uganda’s youth could become…

Brian Sallery on the future and potential of Uganda’s Oil and Gas Industry

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Brian Sallery is an expert in the Oil and Gas Sector. He is an adviser to the Uganda National Bureau of Standards on Health and Safety Policies in…

Uganda government officials urged to respect citizens’ rights to access information

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When you ask government officials for information on any issue of public concern, the officials usually shrug and sneer as though to give you what is supposed to…

Cultural institutions and the share they got in Uganda’s oil: why Bunyoro should be contented

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If the total worth of Uganda’s oil was to be divided into 100 shares, Bunyoro would be entitled to only less than a share of that worth. Not…

Boost private sector to maximize oil and gas benefits, World Bank tells government

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In a recently completed World Bank study  one of the key messages that the world bank sends out to  Uganda Oil and Gas industry stakeholders is to build…