Petroleum (Refining, Conversion, Transmission and Midstream Storage) Act, 2013

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Extractive Sector Oil and Gas
Country Uganda
Year 2013
Natural Resource Charter Precept Precept 2: Accountability and Transparency, Precept 3: Exploration and License Allocation, Precept 5: Local Effects, Precept 6: Nationally Owned Resource Companies
Document Type Statute
RGI Sub-component Licensing
RGI Questions 1.1.9a: Is the government required to publicly disclose all signed licenses/contracts with extractive companies?,
1.1.3a: Is the government required to set pre-defined criteria by which companies become qualified to participate in a licensing process?,
1.1.5a: Following each licensing process, is the licensing authority required to disclose the list of companies that submitted license applications (in the case of a first-come, first served; or negotiation round) or bids (in the case of an auction)?,
1.1.10d: Is the legislature required to ratify licenses/contracts?,
1.3.5b: Are there rules governing rehabilitation and closure of extractive projects?,
1.4.7d: Are there rules that require the SOE or government to publicly disclose information on the sale of production by the SOE?
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Publisher Uganda Printing and Publishing Corporation
Author Republic of Uganda Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development
Source or API link http://www.petroleum.go.ug/uploads/resources/9.ThePetroleum(RefiningConversionTransimissionandMidstreamStorage)ActNo4of2013_.pdf
Version 2017 Resource Governance Index
Maintainer Natural Resource Governance Institute
Maintainer Email Natural Resource Governance Institute