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Oil In Uganda

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How will oil waste be managed

In the following report we explore oil waste management as one of the measures taken to mitigate the possible damage on the environment.

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Exploring Uganda’s opportunities in oil

An insight exploring Uganda’s opportunities in oil

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Updated oil suppliers’ database to be released...

The 2018 database was supposed to be concluded in December last year, but complications arising from a switch to online submissions have delayed the process....

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The future of oil in Uganda

The Handshake examines the future of oil in Uganda.

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Ensure local participation in the oil pipeline...

Oil as a natural resource is good for economic development and based on experiences from other oil rich countries as well as experiences within Uganda...

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Why Uganda should reconsider oil tax amendment...

Oil companies will not only pay income taxes at the onset of oil production

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Oil is a water-thirsty sector

In all, at least 500,000 cubic metres of water will be needed daily

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How prepared is Uganda for oil spills?

The Nile delta is where River Nile meets Lake Albert and is among the most ecologically gifted parts of the Albertine

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Oil industry development in Uganda - Why...

The world relies on fossil fuel as the main source of energy.

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The Handshake:Pipe line flagging off

The Handshake's discussion on Pipe line flagging off


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Makerere University scraps evening...

“Since all continuing students of Makerere University currently enrolled on the evening programmes will continue with their studies until successful completion, there is need to continue remunerating staff offering services on the evening programme,”...