In April 2018, Uganda entered into a Project Framework Agreement (PFA) with the Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium (AGRC) as the Lead Investor to develop the project. As Uganda prepares to become an oil and gas producer, the main focus has been on developing the required local capacity and skills to work in the oil sector.
By John Odyek Added 22nd January 2020 12:29 PM Tom Ayebare Rukundo the manager economic and financial analysis PAU urged farmers to form joint ventures to be able to meet the required quality and quantities and to take advantage of such engagements to meet new stakeholders. OIL AND GAS Farmers living along East Africa Crude
According to Honey Malinga, the director of the Directorate of Petroleum, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development,the industry experiences many challenges towards local content and skills development. Uganda needs over 25,000 qualified workers, craftsmen and technicians to exploit oil and precious minerals(New vision 27 August 2018) While addressing graduates of the Youth Employment Enhancement Project (YEEP)
Uganda’s oil and gas industry has last week got a boost by unveiling the first ever National Suppliers Database of more than 290 approved firms to supply goods and services. According to the Independent Newspaper, The companies can now be accessed on the Petroleum Authority of Uganda’s website www.pau.go.ug. The move is in fulfillment of
The Executive Director of The Petroleum Authority of Uganda Ernest Rubondo urged Ugandan local service providers to take up opportunities in oil explorations set to start in the country soonest. Speaking at a dinner organised by Oil and Gas service providers in Kampala, Rubondo said the new oil exploration works presents opportunities worth trillions of