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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Tullow versus Uganda ends

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Digging for oil: Tullow’s 16-year acrimonious relationship with Uganda ends THE LAST WORD On Uganda’s election violence: How the president,the security services and the opposition are beneficiaries of this political pathology COMMENT Why …

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URA okays $575 million Total-Tullow oil deal

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | French oil major Total,  the Ugandan government and Tullow have resolved tax disagreements that have delayed the sale of a $575 million stake that is key to ensuring Uganda produces first oil in three years’ time. “Government of Uganda and the Ugandan Revenue Authority have executed a …

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Government approves UGX 2 Trillion Tullow farm-out deal

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Government has finally allowed Tullow to sell all its stake in Uganda’s oil and gas sector to French oil giant Total E&P. Tullow in a statement on Wednesday announced that the Ministry of Energy and Uganda Revenue Authority approved the deal valued at $575 million …

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Tough times for Africa’s upstream oil and gas

How is the Covid-19 pandemic impacting investment in large-scale oil and gas developments in sub-Saharan Africa? Ian Lewis sees tough times ahead Getting upstream oil and gas projects off the ground in sub-Saharan Africa was challenging before the Covid-19 pandemic. Now the operating environment is even tougher, as the industry contends with …

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