PROGRESS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL OIL AND GAS POLICY FOR UGANDA
The National Oil and Gas Policy for Uganda (NOGP), which was approved during 2008, is the key document guiding the development of the country’s oil and gas sector. The Ministry presents this progress of implementation of NOGP to keep all stakeholders informed on developments in the country’s oil and gas sector. Readmore...
UGANDA SUKULU PROJECT GETS US$ 240 MILLION
The Sukulu Phosphate Project has received US$ 240 million representing one of the largest privately-funded mining sector investments in Uganda and sets a unique precedent of public-private partnerships.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) in cooperation with the Standard Bank Group will disburse the money in tranches to Guangzhou DongSong Energy Group Company Ltd which is the project developer. Readmore...
PROJECT BRIEF: PUBLIC DISCLOSURE FOR EXTENSION OF ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION GRID UNDER ERT II
The Government of Uganda is implementing a World Bank funded Energy for Rural Transformation (ERT II) program as a three-phase Adaptable Program Loan (APL). The objective is to increase access to energy in rural areas. Details of the Project Brief for the three proposed distribution lines are in download
SCALING-UP RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM (SREP) INVESTMENT PLAN FOR UGANDA
Uganda was selected by the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Admin Unit as a pilot country for the Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program (SREP). A SREP investment has been prepared for Uganda and is now available at Download. Interested parties can review and provide comments to the SREP document through the focal point email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the publication of Notice of Request for Qualification (RfQ) for Uganda’s Licensing Round for Petroleum Exploration, Development and Production on 25th February 2015 in which six blocks within the Albertine Graben were presented, the Ministry has received a significant number of Application for Qualification (AfQ) from companies across the Globe. Readmore...