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Mining in Uganda

  • Chamber of Mines and Petroleum get new leaders
  • President’s envoy disappoints Mubende gold miners, fails to turn up for the long awaited reconciliatory meeting
  • An elderly man protects his consignment of limestone rocks in a limestone mining site, located in Katikitile Parish, Tapac Sub County, Moroto district
    Karamojong Community Cry Foul over Tororo Cement Mining site
  • Chamber of Mines and Petroleum get new leaders

    Chamber of Mines and Petroleum get new leaders Dr Josephine Wapakabulo, CEO, UNOC joins the Chamber as special advisor, Elly Karuhanga retains his seat as chairman The Uganda Chamber of Mines

  • President’s envoy disappoints Mubende gold miners, fails to turn up for the long awaited reconciliatory meeting

    President’s envoy disappoints Mubende gold miners, fails to turn up for the long awaited  reconciliatory meeting Thousands of artisanal miners that had gathered at lujinji mining site in

  • An elderly man protects his consignment of limestone rocks in a limestone mining site, located in Katikitile Parish, Tapac Sub County, Moroto district
    Karamojong Community Cry Foul over Tororo Cement Mining site

      About 25 kilometers outside Moroto Town, along the Moroto-Mukitale Road that leads to one of the Kenyan borders, is a limestone mining site located precisely in Katikitile Parish in Tapac

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Royalties

When a company starts pumping oil it pays a “royalty” (in effect, a tax) on the amount of oil produced. This is usually a relatively small percentage of production, and the government will be entitled to an addition share of the “profit oil.” (See also, “Cost Oil, Profit Oil”)

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