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Total takes former employees to court in Sh7.5 Billion case

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Total Uganda Limited, a company dealing in the trade of fuel and lubricants has sued its former employees over an alleged Sh7.5 billion shillings fraud. Those being sued are Moses Sebalu, the former Senior Accountant, Belinda Nakasi, the Taxation Accountant, Priscilla Nansikombi, the …

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Petrol, diesel prices soar to record high across Kampala

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Fuel prices in Kampala have hit a new high, with a litre of petrol going for as high as 4,450 Shillings while diesel was quoted at 3,999 Shillings at some stations on Monday. This is an increase by an average of 300 Shillings over the …

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CNOOC joins Total’s bid for Uganda’s new oil blocks

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | China National Offshore Oil Corporation(CNOOC) is joining French giant Total to bid for Uganda’s new oil blocks in the Albertine. While the Energy ministry shortlisted four companies to bid for new oil blocks, URN learnt that CNOOC will be part of the bid under the …

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Uganda should mind the oil Gap

Policy, righting wrongs and circumventing curses as oil presents huge opportunities and significant risks COMMENT | DENNIS JJUUKO | Uganda has signed a pipeline deal with Tanzania and Total to transport crude oil from Uganda’s Albertine region to Tanzania’s Tanga port for refining, but the secrecy that surrounds this $3.5 …

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Tilenga project industrial area groundwork commences

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | French oil company Total has commenced work on its Tilenga project industrial area in Kasenyi, Buliisa district where it plans to build its central processing facility. Total contracted Mota Engil Uganda, a subsidiary of Portugal-based construction group Mota-Engil, to handle the initial works that include bush …

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Uganda oil money agreements

  What is govt hiding? Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Hussein Lumumba Amin, a renowned socio-political analyst, recently ignited debate on one of Uganda’s most sensitive subjects since Uganda discovered commercially viable oil reserves in 2006: What exactly will be Uganda’s share of its oil resource when production finally …

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