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15:03
15:03

Headteachers Mad at UNSA Leaders for Duping them into Using Students in Protests 4 2

Edward Ssekiziyiu, the deputy head teacher of Wampewo Ntake Secondary School, says that UNSA duped headteachers saying that student leaders had been invited for meetings with the president. He continues that despite the protest beingpolice-guarded, it impossible to foresee situations in which students could be hurt given the kind of protests that often take place in Kampala.
20:05
20:05

If You Need Us, We Stay - TotalEnergies 1

Groueix, TotalEnergies E&P Uganda, is confident that the campaign has not affected the financing plans of their international lenders, saying they are many whom are willing to finance it and that talks are ongoing.
08:01
08:01

Too Early To Say No To Oil and Gas - Total Energy transition 1

Pouyanné in a statement said with the increased penetration of renewables globally, natural gas keeps a key role in the energy transition to ensure firm power, in addition to pushing out coal in all sectors of final demand.
17:09
17:09

Bobi Wine Welcomes EU Resolution On Uganda’s Oil Project 3 1

Kyagulanyi concurred with the EU legislators echoing the gross human rights abuses and environmental abuses being involved in the project.
08:42
08:42

Parliament Passes National Local Content Bill 1 1

The Bill was re-tabled in the 11th Parliament and considered again by the Finance Committee. In a report presented to Parliament, Keffa Kiwanuka, the Committee Chairperson recommended to MPs that the oil, gas, and petroleum sector should be excluded from the implementation of the law since it is unique.
12:05
12:05

Over 100 Selected for Skilling in CNOOC’s Heavy Trucks Drivers Training Programme 3

According to Mathew Kyaligonza, the National Content Manager at CNOOC, they sought applications from drivers across districts in the Albertine region, a process which was undertaken in partnership with the Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom that supported the identification and selection of trainees.
08:05
08:05

Isimba Dam Flooding Raises More Questions Than Answers uegcl 3 1 Top story

While there are questions on whether there is a need to import electricity from Kenya, some suggest the bigger questions include whether Isimba Dam was insured. Why should the government pay to repair the Dam after the floods if it was really insured? What about the threats the Dam poses to nearby communities?
03:37
03:37

UGX 578Bn Kampala Storage Terminal Structure Hangs In Balance 1

Peter Muliisa, the UNOC’s Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer revealed to Uganda Radio Network - URN that KST is ‘not yet constructed’ and the search for a partner to develop it is still on.
18:07
18:07

Publish Oil, Mining Contracts or Be Penalised, Gov’t and Investors Warned oil and gas 7

The oil companies say it is up to the government to withhold or release them, while the government say that it agreed, at the proposal by the companies, that not all in the agreement should be open to public viewing, so as to protect them from possible piracy by global competitors.
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17:23

TotalEnergies Unveil Biodiversity Program, as NEMA Calls for Land Compensation 5

Under the Tilenga Biodiversity Program, TotalEnergies commits to “ensure positive outcomes for biodiversity and communities by applying the mitigation measures “avoid, minimize and restore” impacts. And where they fail to restore the biodiversity, the company will compensate with other activities.
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16:46

Residents Demand Transparency Ahead of Rare Earth Metals Mining in Busoga fossil fuels 4 2

Discovered in 2016, the rare earth elements are essential for the manufacture of medical equipment, smartphones, laptops, crude oil processing, batteries for electric vehicles, and wind turbines. Code named ‘The Makuutu Rare Earths Project’, the project derives its name from Makuutu Sub-County in Bugweri District where the mineral was discovered.
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