Uganda targets $20 bln oil sector investment in next 3-4 years


CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – Uganda expects investments of $15 billion to $20 billion in its oil industry in the next three to four years, Ernest Rubondo, executive director of Uganda’s petroleum authority, told a conference in Cape Town.

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