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16:31
16:31

Oil and Gas to Grow Insurance Sector; But Will Ugandan Insurers Benefit? fossil fuels 1

The development of oil and gas infrastructure is likely to spur Uganda's Insurance sector but the biggest value will go to foreign insurance firms and brokers.
09:29
09:29

Oil and gas sector faces huge truck driver deficit 2 1 Top story

Qualified heavy goods vehicle drivers have been identified as a key human resource for transporting large quantities of raw materials, raw material and works in progress.
20:45
20:45

Pipeline Affected Persons in Fear of Attacks 1

Some of the residents waiting for their compensation money from the Petroleum Authority of Uganda are in fear because of increased attacks from thugs storming their homes to demand for money. His 96 years old father was attacked by robbers who invade their home in the night before demanding for money they were paid as compensation.
07:43
07:43

Construction of Crude Oil Pipeline To Affect 68 Heritage Sites-Report 1 Top story

The Environment and Social Impacts Assessment (ESIA) report singles out Kalyango Cultural Rock, Kyawagonya Cemetery in Lwengo district, Kanga or Rusheshe Cemetery in Kyotera district, Kituntu Cemetery and Katooke in Hoima district as some of the heritage sites that will be affected.
15:46
15:46

Lwengo District Leaders Clash Over Oil Pipeline Compensation 3 1

The disagreement pits Lwengo district Chairman George Mutabaazi against the Resident District Commissioner Jjuuko Kasiita, specifically over the evaluation process and compensation of Project Affected Persons in the area.
18:47
18:47

Oil Pipeline Affected Residents Protest Valuation Process TOTAL UGANDA 2 6

Total Uganda contracted NEWPLAN Limited to carry out the mapping and valuation exercise. It rolled out operations around April 2018.
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