Ugandan industry experts Pamela Natamba (Partner and Head, Oil & Gas at PricewaterhouseCoopers Uganda) and Tony Otoa (Chief Executive at Stanbic Business Incubator Ltd) speaks to Brenda about Uganda’s readiness for First Oil, in light of the recent signing of some of the agreements for the East African crude oil pipeline.
The discussion is quite expansive; ranging from how ready the Ugandan government players and Uganda’s service sector are to how Ugandan businesses can position themselves to take advantage of the sector. Tony and Pamela also discuss the commercial viability of the tariff to transport crude through the pipeline and fiscal responsibility for oil revenues.
In this episode of Viewpoints with Brenda, Brenda chats with Geofrey Mutabazi, the Founder and CEO of ChargeKo Technologies, an electronic charging solutions company based in Uganda, and a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum.
Geofrey shares insights on the clean mobility industry in Africa and how Africa being richly endowed with the minerals that drive the clean mobility space, can leverage its position to lead the global clean mobility race. Geoffrey also speaks about why a decentralized grid is the best way forward to improve access to energy in Africa.
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Viewpoints is pleased to launch our podcast, Viewpoints with Brenda. The podcast is a pivot from the mergers & acquisitions and banking & finance commentary, and features conversations with African change-makers, innovators, professionals, entrepreneurs and influencers. Viewpoints with Brenda is available on Apple and Spotify and all of your favourite podcast directories. Follow us, subscribe and leave us a rating and a review.
Our first conversation features Mark Tinka, the Head of Engineering at Seacom, Africa’s pioneer ICT infrastructure company. Mark shares his illustrious journey into internet and tech, and his role shaping ICT infrastructure in Africa and Asia. We chat about the future of work, internet governance & policy and harnessing the internet as a driver of economic development in Africa.