The three day mission [14-16th November] will be led by the Africa Business Centre (ABC) which is run by the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce.
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“…The fast pace of exploration of Uganda’s oil reserves has continued unabated during 2011. UK companies are showing a strong interest in prospecting this exciting market which continues to be buoyed by further oil discoveries. With the existence of such substantial oil reserves, pilule Uganda’s position as an important future African producer seems assured.”
According to the press release, the UK has notable strengths across the energy industries, especially in the oil, gas, renewable energy, nuclear and thermal power generation.
The UK’s strengths includes project management, major contracting, design engineering, asset and operational management, design and manufacturing of advanced equipment, research and development, training and education, professional and financial services.
All the strengths, it is said, are “…delivered with a total commitment to health, safety and the environment.” UK Trade & Investment is the British Government department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy and assists overseas companies to bring their high-quality investment to the UK.
The Africa Business Centre (ABC) is an industry-led organisation run under the auspices of the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce in the United Kingdom.