The East African Energy Frontier, a Decade On

Image: Flickr, David Stanley
Image: Flickr, David Stanley

The East Africa region has seen some of the decade’s largest natural gas and energy finds. However, despite their magnitude, these discoveries have yet to fulfil the promise of social and economic progress.

With some signs of the negative impact of resource wealth already in evidence, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique all require changes to their natural resources policies to ensure that revenues are shared and invested in the future. Underpinning this is the need for governments to improve transparency, allowing local institutions to hold the government and other stakeholders accountable. Without such steps, the full potential of these finds is set to go unrealised.

5 Aug 2016

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Series
SAIIA Policy Insights No 33, July 2016
Region
Sub-Saharan Africa
Country
Tanzania
SAIIA Programme
Governance of Africa’s Resources
Tags
Natural Gas, PolInsight33

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