HAKIRASILIMALI OPINION ON NATURAL RESOURCE WEALTH BILLS OF 2017

HakiRasilimali is a platform of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working on strategic issues around minerals, oil and gas extraction in Tanz >>Read More

UNEARTHING TREAURE AND TROUBLE

Mining as an impetus to urbanisation in Tanzania: Despite an abundance of mineral wealth and an ancient history of gold trading >>Read More

POSITION STATEMENT: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE, ACCOUNTABLE AND PRUDENT MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES IN TANZANIA

Recently, the President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Dr. John Pombe Magufuli constituted two high level committees of experts >> Read More

DEVELOPING THE ENERGY INDUSTRY IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Taking advantage of geographic location and utilizing its natural resources, the country has developed a significant oil and gas industry >> Read More

TANZANIA DEVELOPMENT VISION 2025

We are standing at the threshold 21st century, a century that will be characterized by the competitition. It is clear, therefore that will be century >> Read more

RUGGIE REPORT APRIL 7, 2008

Report of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations >>Read More

PSA ADENDUM GAS GENERAL TERMS 120610 (3) – PROMOTION-1

Addendum to Existing PSA between GOT, TPDC and Contractor ABC For Deep sea Operations >> Read More

PRETORIA DECLARATION ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS IN AFRICA (2004).

Recalling that the African Charter enshrines economic, social and cultural rights, in particular in its article 14, article 15, article 16, >> Read More

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF LOCAL CONTENT

Extractives are considered the new development opportunity for Africa (UNECA, 2013; AEO, 2013; UNCTAD, 2013).1 To exploit these >> Read More

PIDA PAP EAST AFRICA GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS

Operation of the plant integrated in EEPCo. The new plant would increase the capacity of EEPCo six-fold (750 MW at present). >> Read More

MPF IMPLEMENTATION TANZANIA

The Government established the Geological Survey of Tanzania (GST) in 2005, which is responsible for the acquisition and storage of >> Read More

LOCAL CONTENT WORLD BANK STUDY

A number of countries have recently discovered and are developing oil and gas reserves. Policy makers in such countries are anxious to >> Read More

LOCAL CONTENT TANZANIA – DR RAZACK

Since 2000, mining has been the fastest growing sector in Tanzania with an average annual growth rate of about 15%, the largest >> Read More

LOCAL CONTENT ODI

Investors and operators of oil, gas and mining development projects increasingly view the delivery of ‘local content’ as a central value  >> Read More