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    Uganda Chamber of Mines and Petroleum

    The Chamber of Mines and Petroleum was initially established, in 2000, as the Uganda Chamber of Mines.  As a petroleum sector emerged in Uganda, the Chamber expanded its scope to include the oil industry and in 2010 became the entity that it is today. Read More

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    Petroleum Skills Uganda Ltd.

    Petroleum Skills Uganda Ltd (PSU) was recently established in Kampala to provide oilfield operational health and safety training services. The company’s two British directors have a combined 35 years’ experience of operational roles in the onshore and offshore oil industry.  Two Ugandan investors are shareholders in the enterprise. Read More

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    Habib Oil

    Habib Oil is a Ugandan downstream oil and gas specialist based in Kampala. The business has been trading for six years and is focused on the oil a gas supply chain—connecting refiners with end users in the East Africa region. They engage in the supply, logistics and marketing of petroleum products– petrol, diesel and jet/kerosene, as well as heavy fuel oils, bitumen lubricants and other industrial products. Read More

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    General Machinery

    General Machinery Ltd. is a privately-owned company that was incorporated in Uganda in March 1965. It has operations in Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi, and is in the process of setting up operations in Juba, South Sudan.

    General Machinery Group employs approximately 350 staff, 99 percent of whom are Ugandans. Read More

  • Association of Uganda Oil and Gas Service providers (AUOGS)

    The association was launched in early 2012 with a strong focus on advocacy for a fair share and local participation in the country’s oil and gas industry.  It brings together locally incorporated companies with the main objective of lobbying for and promoting the participation of Ugandan individuals and bodies corporate in the provision of services to the oil and gas sector.

    AUOGS faults international oil companies for what it sees as multiple unfair practices. It cites delayed contract payments, a tendency to award high value contracts to foreign companies, the practice of expecting companies to keep working beyond the expiry of a contract without any intention to renew, and frustrating companies’ efforts to form joint ventures through strategic partnerships. Read More

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    Aon Risk

    Aon Corporation is a leading global provider of risk management, insurance and reinsurance services, with more than 61,000 staff working in 120 countries.  The company is headquartered in London, UK, but has 500 offices around the world, including 15 in Africa.  It established a presence in Uganda 50 years ago.

    ‘Aon’ means ‘one-ness’ in Gaelic, the ancient language of Scotland. This, according to the company, summarises the way that “we bring together leading expertise and experience from around the world to deliver a seamless service to our clients.” Read More