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19:16
19:16

We Are Victimized for Our Work -AFIEGO Boss PAU 1 3 Top story

Dickens Kamugisha says AFEIGO is being targeted for its work around land rights and the environment in the Albertine Graben.
11:52
11:52

Management Of Uganda's Exatractives Resources Improves-NRGI Oil and Gas 2 1 Top story

The index by Natural Resources Governance Institute (NRGI) rated Uganda's Mining Sector as slightly better governed than oil though still in "weak" category. It finds that like the hydrocarbons sector , licensing and local impacts are a problem.
15:08
15:08

Stanbic Defies Energy Transition, Promises To Finance Oil And Gas Developments renewable energy 1 3 Top story

Stanbic, part of Standard Bank Group says it can offer up $70 million to a single company investing in the oil and gas sector in Uganda.
15:50
15:50

Energy Investments Set To Recover Says IEA Report Oil and Gas 1 Top story

As spending rebounds towards pre-crisis levels, not enough is going into clean energy, especially in emerging market and developing economies, new IEA report finds
12:44
12:44

FID for Oil and Gas in Uganda: What It Is/Is Not

“So FID is a series of actions that basically ensure the projects are sanctioned for execution, it's never a one event or a contract that is signed. With the signing of the contracts that was done on the 11th, the projects have really been sanctioned," the Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer at the Uganda National Oil Company, Peter Muliisa clarified. "You will soon see Parties committing to spending by grant of contracts to subcontractors.”
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20:40

Construction Of EA Crude Oil Pipeline To Begin From Tanzanian Side EACOP 2 5 Top story

While EACOP managers reason that construction should start from Tanzania because it has the largest land area coverage of the pipeline, sources indicate that it was decided that they start from the Tanzanian side because of Tanzania's less complicated land tenure system.
08:05
08:05

Kabuleta Promises to Cancel Oil Contracts Oil and Gas 2 3

Kabuleta believes that there was no transparency in the negotiations of the contracts, which are meant to benefit a few individuals in power. He was speaking from Hoima Oil city where he spent Christmas day and campaigned in a number of places of worship.
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