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Tullow Oil’s lawyers are limbering up for its suit against [...]
Engaged in arbitration since last September before the International Centre [...]
Engaged in arbitrage with the British oil company Tullow Oil [...]
As in Lundin’s case, fiscal squabbles between Tullow Oil and [...]
Oil companies are increasingly confronting the determination of certain African nations to tax capital gains when assets are sold. The problem is by no means new but the way rates for capital gains are calculated remains difficult to pin down [...]
Ugandan lawmakers currently examining a Petroleum Bill on exploration and [...]
Control of Uganda’s oil-producing regions from a political and security standpoint has become ever more crucial with presidential elections scheduled [...]
Ten years after buying out Elf, Total has finally left its stamping grounds in the Arab world to concentrate on Africa, like its erstwhile rival. Since 2008, the biggest share of the French major’s production has been coming from Africa [...]
The probable partition of Sudan following a referendum on self-determination next year could deprive the north of much of the country’s oil: the majority of blocks that pump petroleum lie in the south. Khartoum won’t allow such a source of [...]
Africa Energy Intelligence has had an exclusive look at a draft of Uganda’s new oil bill which will be examined in Parliament over the coming two months. The bill calls for the creation of a state-run oil company and will [...]
Uganda's minerals development minister, Peter Lockeris, who is acting increasingly [...]
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