Tagged With Uganda
Uganda on the road to production after settling Tullow tax dispute
12 April 2011
The settlement of Tullow’s tax dispute with the government paves the way for a new African oil producer
Tax row hangs over Uganda upstream
24 February 2011
With a new exploration licensing round planned, Tullow Oil's tax row with the government may dampen upstream investors' appetite for Uganda, writes Ian Lewis
Tullow Oil looks north in the Rift Valley
30 September 2010
Tullow Oil has taken stakes in Kenyan and Ethiopian exploration acreage, undeterred by problems surrounding its Ugandan discoveries
Uganda: Heritage wins in tax dispute
29 July 2010
HERITAGE Oil has won an important breakthrough in its battle with the Ugandan government over a disputed tax liability on the sale of its stakes in two oil blocks
Uganda: Eni pounces on Lake Albert oil
4 January 2010
Eni makes bid to purchase Heritage
Africa: searching east and west
1 December 2006
The African continent can justify its reputation as a difficult place to operate – but it offers frontier territory, with a range of risks and rewards to interest majors and minnows. Recent months have seen an uprating of prospects in the neglected east, while work in the deep waters off the western coast continues at a pace limited only by the availability of drill-ships, Martin Quinlan writes