Briefing Papers

  1. Civil Society Concerns on the Oil Tax Obligations Stalemate between the Government of Uganda and International Oil Companies over the Lake Albert Project and the EACOP Read More…
  1. Uganda’s accession to EITI, will benefit the country through various ways including; (i)improving investment climate by giving a clear signal to investors and International Financial Institutions (IFIs) that the Government is committed to improving transparency; (ii)improving revenue collection process and boosting public finances; (iii)minimizing corruption and mismanagement of revenues from oil, gas and mining; and (iv)promoting accountability and fighting corruption among other benefits. Read More…
  1. Use Environmental and Social Impact Assessments for enhancement of Transparency and Accountability in Uganda’s Extractives Industry Read More…
4.      Impact of COVID-19 on Oil and Gas sector Development in Uganda.  Read More…

 

5.      Tullow Farm down Offers Glimmer of Hope amidst COVID -19 Crisis  Read More…

 

6.      Integrate gender to achieve local content in the oil and gas sector. Read More…

 

7.      Will Uganda produce first oil by 2023 Read More…

 

8.      How Covid -19 may affect the Albertine region Read More…

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10.  Environmental challenges remain as world battles COVID-19 Read More…

 

11.  Involve women in oil development and transparency Initiative