Making sense of Uganda’s 60,000 barrels per day oil refinery project

Seven years since  Uganda’s oil discovery and production has still not commenced. A two year deadlock, orchestrated by the Ugandan government’s resolve to have a refinery before production gets underway, as opposed to oil producing companies’ demand for a pipeline, partly explains the hold up. Continue reading

Could Africa’s resource boom and infrastructure projects unlock yet more decades of China’s rapid growth?

 

In the wake of declining growth prospects for the Chinese economy, could the resilient African continent support the economic boom has spanned over a decade? Continue reading