Uganda’s $ 4.5 billion refinery project could be delayed by a protracted dispute if one of the competitors, choses to go to court over the way the procurement process is being handled. Subsequently the new permanent secretary at Uganda’s Ministry of Energy Stephen Isabalijja is under pressure with rumors of his firing doing rounds. Amongst others it is said he may have prompted legal action after he personally ruled out

Uganda and Tanzania have signed an agreement to advance the crude oil pipeline also known as the East African Crude Oil pipeline Project. This brings Uganda closer to First Oil and takes forward the process of commercializing its crude. The government expects a Front End Engineering and Design