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Gov’t to Generate UGX 18bn from New Oil Licensing Round oil exploration 1

Government has said the second round of oil licensing will generate more than 18 billion shillings for Uganda.
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Govt Under Spotlight Over Oil Environmental Laws oil exploration 1 2

.Oil industry players and environmental activists say failure to put in place a new environmental regulatory regime has exposed the countrys environment to danger. Reports indicate that NEMA is still stuck with a huge stockpile of mud cuttings from the drilling of oil which cannot be disposed off in the absence of disposal guidelines.
18:58
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Govt to Monitor Water Usage in Oil Production water shortage 1 2

A number of activists under the Water Governance Institute are expressing fear that communities living in Oil production areas may face water shortages when oil production commences. The activists say water may prove more of a hindrance during the oil production and development phase because of the large quantities required during the process.
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Rubondo Appointed ED of Petroleum Authority oil exploration 1 Top story

Rubondo holds a Master of Science degree on Petroleum Reservoir Geology from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in the UK.
16:24
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Uganda Registers 17 Companies for Oil Exploration Licences 1

Dr Kabagambe-Kaliisa, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development said that the registration of Seventeen valid applications presents a significant milestone given the several challenges the entire oil and gas industry is going through.
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CNOOC Starts Hunt for Oil Waste Manager oil exploration 2

The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) licensed four companies to construct and operate waste management facilities following growing concern on the dangers of untreated piled waste generated during the oil drilling exercises.
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Expectations over Oil Revenues Worry Experts oil curse 2

For the last three years he has been working, Nickson Ayebare, a graduate from Makerere University hasn't been able to even build a house for his family. But when Uganda starts pumping oil a few years from now, Ayebare hopes, the story will be very different.
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Total E&P Deny Scaring Animals In Murchison Falls National Park oil exploration 1

Total E&P Uganda has denied the claims that its oil exploration activities in Murchison Falls National Game Park are affecting the wildlife movement patterns in the area. Two weeks ago, officials from Murchison Falls National Park said the oil exploration has scared many animals, especially elephants and wild cats, away from their usual habitats.
07:12
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Petroleum Commissioner: Delay In issuing Oil Exploration Licenses Deliberate tullow oil 2

He emphasized that the policy provides for gradual licensing and giving out acreage for the entire unexplored areas.
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Bunyoro Welcomes New Minister with Hope oil exploration 2

The Banyoro have tasked newly appointed Bunyoro affairs minister to negotiate for the long the kingdom’s share of the oil revenues once he assumes office.
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New Research on Oil Prospects Underway in Bunyoro Region oil in uganda 2

A research intended to establish the extent of potential business prospects available in the oil industry for the local population in Bunyoro region is underway. Shem Byakagaba, the Managing Consultant at Lantern Consult International, says the research is meant to help fill the gap on reliable information about what opportunities the oil industry has for the local population and how such opportunities can be exploited for the benefit of the area residents.
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Religious Leaders Present Views on Oil to Parliament archbishop odama

Religious Leaders under the Inter-Religious Council of Uganda on Tuesday presented their views on the on-going oil debate, calling on Members of Parliament to make laws that will guarantee fairness and transparency in the exploration and final processing of the oil resources in the country.
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Bunyoro CSOs Ask Gov't to Account For Oil Money oil exploration 3

Civil Society Organisations in Bunyoro are demanding government’s accountability for the pre-production oil revenues.
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Buliisa Religious Leaders Demand Oil Information oil in uganda 2

Religious leaders in Buliisa district are asking government to share with them information on oil matters as key stakeholders.
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