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Why Total, CNOOC pulled out of deal

Total E&P and CNOOC pulled out of the Tullow farm deal over tax.

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Govt committed to building oil refinery –...

The target is to use oil money for building capacity in the country

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Govt urged to nationalise oil and gas training...

The government has so far accredited three vocational institutes in Bunyoro region

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Govt declines to commit to oil production...

Uganda is projected to produce 230 barrels of oil per day for commercialisation

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Public hearings for Kingfisher oil project...

The oil companies plan to set up a number of facilities in Buhuka parish in Kikuube to extract oil from the Kingfisher fields

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Oil prospects should not divert you from...

The President is in Bunyoro region as part of his national tours to promote the government’s job and wealth creation campaign to drive people out of household...

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We have oil in Hoima, I saw it with my naked...

There are a few human beings who have always politicized the issue of the oil and stated all funny and ugly statements about the country’s discovery but...

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Communities set terms for Tilenga oil project...

The community says it is unfair for them to be given three million shillings as compensation for an acre of land yet one cannot buy a similar size of land...

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Uganda gears up for second oil exploration...

Uganda’s first competitive bidding round was finalised in 2016; Oranto from Nigeria and Armour Group from Australia got licences to explore two blocs in...

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Saudi says door open to future oil output...

Sunday's meeting in Algiers brought together OPEC oil ministers and non-OPEC signatories to the 2016 agreement, as they seek to extend their cooperation....

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In pictures: 24 years of King Oyo...

Rukirabasaija Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV has occupied the Toro kingdom throne for nearly two-and-a-half decades now. We take a look at how far he has come.