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Uganda Will be Able To Get Cash To Build the Proposed $3.5 billion Oil Pipeline

  Bloomberg) — Uganda will be able to get the cash it needs to build a planned $3.5 billion oil-export pipeline, with financiers ready to commit funds as soon as a final investment decision is made, according to Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd. The project has attracted “a lot of interest” and raising capital “is not […]

Three Industry Experts Share How Collaboration Between Operators and Service Providers Can  Drive Cost  Effectiveness and Increase Efficiency In Oil and Gas Projects in East  Africa.

Collaboration among the industry stakeholders can solve the top problems faced by the industry . Fortunately, the oil and gas industry is gradually realizing this. So I asked  three industry experts the following question. How collaboration  between  operators (oil and gas producing companies) and service providers can drive cost effectiveness and increase efficiency in undertaken […]

Sub Sahara Africa Upstream Oil, Gas Summit Puts Spotlight On Petroleum Regulatory Reform On East Africa’s Oil and Gas

Sub-Sahara oil and gas industry professionals will discuss regulatory reforms and major issues faced by the oil and gas industry with a focus on East Africa at the upcoming Sub Saharan Africa upstream oil and gas summit and exhibition in Nairobi, Kenya. This uniquely placed platform for the oil and gas professionals in Sub Sahara […]

Managing Work Stress And Make Your Job More Enjoyable

  Ms Bhakti Shah, Managing Director of Impact Afya ltd,  talks to  the Oil and Gas East African Network (OGEAN) about minimizing health risk  and increasing productivity  and improving performance of the employees at the oil and gas workplace.     ImpactAfya Ltd is a Corporate Wellness Solutions Provider, based in Dar es Salaam. Hussein Boffu asked, […]

Employee Well-Being in the Oil and Gas Sector

  While being an exciting sector of a country’s economy, the petroleum sector poses a number of challenges related to human resources, such as business uncertainty, offshore and remote work, shift work and accidents and other crisis.   As the Petroleum industry expands in Tanzania, the prevalence of occupational stressors will persist as determinants of employee […]

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