Energy Ministry officials told media on Tuesday that 400 companies have already expressed interest in the blocks that were opened up for licensing this week in Uganda’s first competitive licensing round.read more
Rosoboronexport, a subsidiary of Rostec, supplied six Russian made Sukhoi Su-30MK2 fighters to Uganda in a deal that was said to be worth at least US$740 million.read more
Uganda’s civil society will for the first time be represented on the Minerals’
Government is continuing to make preparations for the first competitive licensing round for
The embattled oil waste management company that has been in the news for its involvement
Kenya is set to acquire a stake in Uganda’s planned crude oil refinery, making it the first
Clause in a Production Sharing Agreement or other contract with government that reduces the risk to the contractor (private company) by protecting the company from future changes in, eg, tax laws or environmental regulations and standards.