Table of Contents
Executive Summary: Introduction 4Context: Oil in Uganda 5 Analysis of Contract 61) Agreement 62) Fiscal Terms 63) Pipelines 184) Natural Gas & Flaring 195) Training & Jobs 216) Damaging the Environment 227) Undermining Sovereignty 258) Freezing Ugandan Law - Stabilisation Clauses 279) Secrecy 2810) Oversight & Audits 2911) Human Rights & Conict 30Conclusion & Recommendations 33 Appendix I – Production Sharing Agreements 36 Appendix II – Input Data 37Endnotes 38
The report was researched and written by
of PLATFORM.Comments, guidance and support were provided by Angelo Izama, Frank Muramuzi of the NationalAssociation of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE), and Kevin Smith of PLATFORM.The analysis was carried out by PLATFORM and published in partnership with the Civil SocietyCoalition on Oil (CSCO) in Uganda, with nancial support provided by the Advocates Coalition forDevelopment and Environment (ACODE), Africa Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) and HumanRights Network (HURINET).The views expressed are not necessarily those of CSCO or its partners. The CSCO members that haveformally supported the content are those whose logos are listed; the coalition is publishing thereport in the interests of promoting meaningful dialogue and awareness among stakeholders.
Uganda’s oil agreements place prot before people
COVER PHOTO: A TULLOW EXPLORATION DRILL IN BULIISA IN BLOCK 2, NEAR LAKE ALBERT / TAIMOUR LAY