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Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentForewordThis Budget Framework Paper (BFP) covers Vote 017: Ministry of Energy and Mineral development and Vote 123:Rural Electrification Agency. It provides a review of sector performance for the FY2015/16 and the first half of theFY 2016/17. Planned out and the expected key outcomes for the FY2017/18 are presented. Budget allocations for themedium term have been provided based on the sector priorities.The indicative budget ceilings for the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development have been rationalized in linewith the sector priorities and national priorities as communicated in the Budget Call Circular and in the PresidentialDirectives. The ceilings for Vote 017 for the FY 2017/18 are as follows: Wage Recurrent is UGX 4.06 Bn; NonWage Recurrent is UGX 3.03 Bn; GoU Development is UGX 389.93 Bn and the Development Partner contribution isUGX 2,128 Bn.Under Vote 123 the ceiling is UGX 480.51 Bn of which UGX 56.98 Bn is for GoU Domestic Development and UGX423.53 Bn is from external financing.

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentAbbreviations and AcronymsAECAtomic Energy CouncilAfDBAfrican Development BankASMArtisanal and Small Scale MinersBFPBudget Framework PaperBOOTBiuld Own Operate and TransferBopdBarrels of Oil Per DayCDAPCommunity Development Action PlanCGGCM/S China Gezhouba Group of CompaniesDFIDevelopment Finance InstitutionsDGSMDirectorate of Geological Survey and MinesEAExploration AreaEACEast African CommunityEAPCEast African Petroleum ConferenceEDTElectricity Disputes TribunalEECBEnergy Efficiency and Conservation BillEIPLEnergy Infratec PvtEM&HMElectro mechanical and Hydro MechanicalEPCEngineering Procurement and ConstructionERAElectricity Regulatory AuthorityESIAEnvironment ans Social Impact AssessmentFEEDFront End Engineering DesignFMONetherlands Development Finance CompanyG&GGeological and GeophysicalGOUGovernment of UgandaHRTHead Race TunnelHSEHealth Safety and EnvironmentIAEAInternational Atomic Energy AgencyIDBIslamic Development Bank

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentIPPIndependent Power ProducerJSTJinja Storage TanksKFDAKingfisher Development AreaKNNN&KWKaiso-Tonya, Kigogole, Nsoga, Ngege, Ngara and Kasamene, WahrindikVKilo VoltsKWRKaruma Wildlife ReserveMEMDMinistry of Energy and Mineral DevelopmentMOUMemorandum of UnderstandingMPSAModel Production Sharing AgreementMWMega WattsNEMANational Environment Management AuthorityNEUNuclear Energy UnitERDEnergy Resources DirectorateNTRNon Tax RevenuePAPsProject Affecetd PersonsPOLPetroleum Operating LicensePPAPower Purchase AgreementRAPResettlement Action PlanREARural Electrification AgencySEAMICSouthern and Eastern Africa Mineral CentreTBTTail Bench TunnelTPCTechnical Petroleum CommitteeTRTTail Race TunnelUECCCUganda Energy Credit Capitalisation CompanyUEDCLUganda Electrricity Distribution Company LimitedUEGCLUganda Electricity Generation Company LimitedUETCLUganda Electricity Transmission Company LimitedAFDFrench Devalopment agencyGETFiTGlobal Energy Feed in TariffMVMedium VoltageLVLow Voltage

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentUWAUganda Wild Life AuthorityUNBSUganda National Bureau of StandardsSMEsSmall and Medium Scale Enterprises

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentS1: Sector OverviewThis section provides an overview of Sector Expenditures and sets out the Sector's contribution to the NDP, its policyobjectives, and key performance issues.(i) Snapshot of Sector Performance and Plans*S1.1 Overview of Sector Expenditure (Ushs Billion)(Ugsh. provedBudgetMTEF Budget ProjectionsSpent byEnd Q1FY2017/18 FY2018/19 FY2019/20 FY2020/21 938Non 9.816Ext. Fin.37.3461,922.944404.310 2,549.5452,018.5951,587.0621,486.4491,486.449GoU 78.360571.714 044.98247.12449.26651.408583.063 3,042.4862,580.6742,253.8162,278.4623,016.217Total GoU Ext Fin(MTEF)A.I.A TotalGrand Total452.638 2,377.23331.43040.800484.068 2,418.033167.40511.349(ii) Sector Contributions to the National Development PlanThe Vision 2040 and NDP II observes that for Uganda to achieve the desired socio-economic transformation, theenergy sector needs to provide at least 41,738 Mega Watts of energy by year 2040. Access to the national grid willhave to increase to 80 percent. The sector is responding by developing its hydro power and also complementing withother renewable forms of energy including; wind, solar and bio-gas.On mineral development, the sector is undertaking ground geological and geochemical follow-ups to ascertain themineral potential and value. Efforts are being made to complete the airborne geophysical survey, geological mappingand geochemical sampling of the remaining 20% of the country.In the petroleum subsector, efforts are being put to achieve production, refining and export of oil resources for socioeconomic development by 2020.(iii) Medium Term Sector Policy Objectives

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentIn order to contribute effectively to the national objectives as enshrined in the National Development Plan, the sectorstrategic objectives and policy goals are: L To meet the energy needs of Uganda¶s population for social and economic development in an environmentallysustainable manner.ii) To use the county¶s oil and gas resources to contribute to early achievement of poverty eradication and createlasting value to society.iii) To develop the mineral sector for it to contribute significantly to sustainable national economic and social growth.S2: Sector Performance and Plans to Improve Sector OutcomesSummary of Sector Performance by Sector OutcomeOutcome 033330:Increased access to affordable modern sources of energy through enhanced generationcapacity and distributionD &XUUHQW *HQHUDWLRQ: (Number of MW of electricity added to the National Grid). The available generationcapacity has increased from 359 MW in 2010 to 892.7 MW in 2016. The following interventions are notable:In 2011, two mini-hydro projects (Eco Power Ishasha and Africa EMS Mpanga) with a combined capacity of 24.5MW were commissioned; In 2012, Bujagali Energy Limited (250 MW), Nyagak Hydropower plant (3.5 MW) andKabalega Power plant (9 MW) were commissioned; and, in 2013, an additional 20 MW were added to the NationalGrid from the expansion of the bagasse cogeneration power plant at Kakira Sugar Ltd and commissioning of 11.9MWcogeneration plant in 2015 located in Kaliro District by Sugar and Allied Industries Ltd. In 2015, a 1.6MW solardiesel hybrid off-grid system was commissioned on Bugala Island in Kalangala District by Kalangala InfrastructureServices.E /RVV 5HGXFWLRQ: Distribution System losses have reduced from a peak of around 38% to the current level ofaround 19.1% as of 2016.F 1DWLRQDO (OHFWULILFDWLRQ &RYHUDJH Percentage of the population Electricity). Overall nationalelectrification rate now stands at 20.5% and grid coverage is at 15.7%. 109 of 112 (97.3%) district headquarters arenow connected the National electricity grid. Sub-county Headquarters: Out of 1,368 sub-counties, 734 are connectedto the national grid representing coverage of 54%. Annual average load growth is 8-10%.The existing transmission network is now comprised of 1562.1 km of 132kV lines, 35.2 km of 66 kV lines and 18primary substations. A double circuit 132 kV interconnection with Kenya and a cross-border 132 kV transmission lineto Tanzania are now in place.Outcome 034669:Sustainable management of mineral resources for development

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentMineral production and revenueBeginning from the FY2012/13 FY2015/16, cumulative monetary value from mineral production rose from UGX795,371,710,109/ . In the same period, the Non Tax Revenue (NTR) collected from licensing fees and royalties wasUganda Shillings 34,211,273,804. The annual value of mineral production declined from UGX203 billion inFY2012/13 to UGX 102 billion in FY2015/6. This figure is however expected to be higher in the current financialyear. The Non tax revenue over the same period has however grown from UGX5.6 billion in FY2011/12 toUGX8.8billion in 2015/16. Mineral Licenses and Mines DevelopmentUpdated the mineral information system and mapped new mineral targets have caused the number of mineral licencesto increase from One hundred fifty seven (157) in 2002 to over Eight hundred (800) mineral licences in categories ofExploration, to mines development (Mining leases) as of April 2016. This is an increase from about 20 percent in2002 to now 80.4 percent. The cumulative Non Tax Revenue (NTR) collected from licensing fees and royalties wasUganda Shillings 34,211,273,804. The Non tax revenue over the same period has grown from UGX5.6 billion inFY2011/12 to UGX8.8billion in 2015/16.Outcome 035369:Sustainable management of country's oil and gas resourcesChange in the level of Investment in the Oil and Gas SectorInvestment in the Oil and gas sector has sharply increased after first commercial discovery. Cumulative investment inthe sector increased from US 106 million in 2006 to US 2.954 billion in 2015 and is projected to reach US 3.144billion in 2016. The investment is mainly in the acquisition of seismic data and drilling of exploration and appraisalwells. This investment has been important in progressing the country¶s oil and gas sector. The investment is expectedto increase significantly during field development and production including development of a refinery and attendantpipelines.Number of Ugandans directly employed by the oil and Gas SectorFrom the year 2010, Ugandans directly employed in the oil and gas sector has progressively grown from 175 to 2,252presently. This number excludes government employees who are 160. This number is expected to grow tremendouslyonce oil production commences.Outcome 035469:Adequate and standard quality stock of petroleum products on the market

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentThe compliancy level has been maintained at around 99% with the stations that fail being published in the printmedia.Importation and consumption of Petroleum Products continues to grow with the latest October 2016 consumption at155,483,671 litres broken into the following products; Petrol: 73,757,841 litres, Jet A-1: 7,915,401 litres; Kerosene:4,212,121 litres, Diesel: 69,598,308 litres.8QGHU D 333 DUUDQJHPHQW WKH PLOOLRQ OLWUH -LQMD 6WRUDJH IDFLOLW\ LV RSHUDWLRQDO DOWKRXJK WKH RSHUDWRU DUHG Petroleum) has been experiencing restocking challenges in fulfilling the contractual obligations of stocking up to 60%of the reserves. We have commenced procurement of the 40% strategic stocks for the same facility. Table S2.1: Sector Outcome Indicators2016/172017/18Medium Term targetTargetTarget1-Increased access to affordable modern sources of energy through enhanced generation capacity anddistribution6HFWRU 2XWFRPH ,QGLFDWRUVPercentage of total households using modern energy22%23%Percentage of energy system losses17%16%Number of units of installed capacity added to generation1100180090%100%Change in value of mineral production (UGX billion)9001000Change in value of mineral rights (UGX Billion)1418600010000Number of Ugandans directly employed by the oil and gas sector35005000Change in proven recoverable oil reserves (Million Burrels of Oil)750080001012Rate of fuel marker failure of petroleum stocks0.5%0%Sector Regulatory Framework timely reviewedCompletedreview ofmineral policyandlegislation,and ElectricityActAppropriate regulationsfor the new laws2-Legal and institutional framework stregthenedProportion of MEMD approved structure filled3-Sustainable management of mineral resources for developmentNumber of Ugandans gainfully employed in the mineral sector4-Sustainable management of country's oil and gas resources5-Adequate and standard quality stock of petroleum products on the marketSecurity of stock levels (reserves) of petroleum products held in thecountry

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentTable S2.2 Performance Information by Vote by Programme Contributing to Sector OutcomeEnergy and Mineral DevelopmentVote 017 - Ministry of Energy and Mineral DevelopmentAccounting Officer: Prisca BoonabantuProgramme01 Energy Planning,Management & Infrastructure Dev'tObjectiveResponsible OfficerProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 TargetSector Outcome: Increased access to affordable modern sources of energy through enhanced generation capacity anddistributionPercentage f Audited firms implementing Energy 020commenceconstructionprogress at 40%progress at 80%construction ongoing at 50%progress at 80%commissiongStage of development of Rwimi HPPConstruction worksat 40%progress at 70%progress at 90%Stage of development of Siti 1 HPPconstruction worksat 60%progeess at 80%commissioningNumber of prepaid meters installedNumber of sites demonstrating use of improved energytechnologiesStage of development of Nyagak III HPPStage of development of Nyamwamba HPPStage of development of Siti 2 HPPcommence progress of works at progress of works atconsctruction30%60%Stage of development of Waki HPPcommence progress of works at progress of works atconstruction30%60%Number of District Headquarters electrified331Number of line KM of LV (11KV) constructed150020002500Number of line KM of MV (33KV) constructed250030003500100001200015000Number of Solar systems installed

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:ProgrammeSector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral Development02 Large Hydro power infrastructureObjectiveEnsure adequate generation capacity for economic developmentResponsible Officer James Baanabe IsingomaProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 TargetSector Outcome: Increased access to affordable modern sources of energy through enhanced generation capacity anddistributionStatus of Ayago power projectStatus of Isimba power projectStatus of Karuma power projectFinancial closurecommenceconstructionConstruction worksat 30%Construction works Plant Commissionedat 90%Defects LiabilityOnstruction works at80%Plant tested andcommissioningDefects LiabilityPercentage of land freed up for Isimba Transmission Line75%85%100%Percentage of land freed up for Karuma Transmission Line80%90%100%Programme03 Petroleum Exploration, Development, Production, Value Addition and Distribution and PetrolleumProductsObjectiveEnsure efficiency and effectiveness in the management of Uganda¶s oil and gasresource potential, value addition and distribution of petroleum products foreconomic developmentResponsible Officer Robert KasandeProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 Target8810Stage of formation new petroleum institution, National OilCompany100%100%100%Stage of formation new petroleum institution, PetroleumAuthority100%100%100%Stage of formation new petroleum institution, 400400446Number of Radio talk shows held121215Stage of identifying Lead InvestorConclude gettinginvestorPre-FEED andconstructionCompleteconstruction andFirst Oil100%100%100%Sector Outcome: Sustainable management of country's oil and gas resourcesNumber of staff enrolled for professional training in Oil andgas disciplineNumber f field development plans approved for issuance ofProduction LicenseLevel of compliance by exploration companies withpetroleum operations guidelinesNumber of line Km of seismic data acquired.Number of newspaper advertorials made and publishedStage of Land Acquisition

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentProgramme04 Petroleum Supply, Infrastructure and RegulationObjectiveEnsure reliable, cost effective and safe supply of petroleum products to the localmarket.Responsible Officer Rev. Justaf Frank TukwasibweProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 TargetSector Outcome: Adequate and standard quality stock of petroleum products on the market% of the facilities confirming to the Petroleum facilitiesstandards100%100%100%Programme05 Mineral Exploration, Development & Value AdditionObjective7R HVWDEOLVK SURPRWH DQG UHJXODWH WKH GHYHORSPHQW RI PLQHUDO DQG JHRWKHUPDO UHVRXUFHV IRU VXVWDLQDEOH GHYHORSPHQWResponsible Officer EDWARDS KATTOProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 Target40%50%60%Laboratory 009Number of Mineral analysis techniques developed to ISOstandards468Number of staff enrolled for training in Mineral sub-sector6810Number of mineralized areas discovered456Number of potential Uranium resources targets discovered345Total Value of Mineral Exports as per permits issued (UGX)Bn240350540Total Value of Mineral Production (UGX)- Bn5407901250Number of mining site inspecons or Outcome: Sustainable management of mineral resources for development% of earthquake monitoring stations installed against NDPtarget of 40 stationsDraft mineral laboratory services policy developedNumber of Mineral Artisans and small scale miners (ASM)trained in Mining Districts% of mining companies complying with mining regulationsAmount of NTR collected (USHs bn)Number of flagships projects monitoredNumber of Mineral rights (licences) operational

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentProgramme49 Policy, Planning and Support ServicesObjective7KH PDLQ REMHFWLYH LV WR JXLGH WKH 3ROLF\ IRUPXODWLRQ LPSOHPHQWDWLRQ DQG DV ZHOO DV EHLQJ UHVSRQVLEOH for the procurements, Planning, Budgeting and Policy Analysis and also the Finance and Administrativefunctions.Responsible Officer Prisca BoonabantuProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 Target2017/18 Target2018/19 Target2019/20 TargetN/AVote 123 - Rural Electrification Agency (REA)Accounting Officer: Godfrey R. TuryahikayoProgramme51 Rural ElectrificationObjectiveTo achieve universal access by 2040Responsible Officer Godfrey R. TuryahikayoProgramme Performance Indicators (Output)Sector Outcome: Increased access to affordable modern sources of energy through enhanced generation capacity anddistributionNumber of line Kms of Low Voltage (240v) constructed210010001200Number of line Kms of Medium Voltage (33Kv or 11Kv)constructed320012001500Sector Investment PlansDuring the FY 2017/18, the Sector will continue to focus major capital Investments towards the construction of LargeHydropower infrastructure (Karuma, Isimba Hydro Power Projects); construction of transmission lines and theassociated Way leaves; Resettlement Action Plan and capacity payments towards thermal power generation.The sector will also focus on the implementation of the refinery development activities including the development ofthe oil pipelines, aerodrone, and the implementation of the oil and gas policy.In the mineral sector, government will implement the Mineral Certification Mechanism, Expand the SeismologicalNetwork, Construct one Mineral Beneficiation Center and continue mapping and exploration of the mineral wealthpotential of the country.To support the general administrative function, the sector has also committed resources towards the renovationAmber house and the development of the adjacent plot.Table S2.3: Allocations by Class of Output Over the Medium Term(i) Allocation(ii) % Sector BudgetBillion Uganda Shillings2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20Consumption Expenditure(Outputs %

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentGrants and Subsidies (Outputs Funded)0.000138.952 135.441 165.5000.0%11.5%5.3%7.7%Investment (Capital Purchases)0.000981.233 2,341.84 1,981.92410.0%81.1%91.7%92.3%Total180.953 1,209.80 2,553.45 2,147.42871S3: Proposed Budget Allocations For FY 2017/18 And the Medium Term ProjectionsTable S3.1: Past Expenditure Outturns and Medium Term Projections by Programme*FY 2015/16FY 2016/17Medium Term ProjectionsBillion Uganda shillingsOutturnApprovedBudgetActualReleases byend 6415.067219.987217.117789.252 1,252.7621,896.311Vote :017 Ministry of Energy and Mineral DevelopmentProgramme: 01 EnergyPlanning,Management &Infrastructure Dev't129.441481.777Programme: 02 LargeHydro 157192.019221.913360.613355.660355.931Programme: 04Petroleum Supply,Infrastructure .000Programme: 05 MineralExploration,Development & 90824.820Programme: 49 Policy,Planning and 20.55320.953368.4712,108.069519.659 2,519.140 1,955.953 1,610.111 1,873.8712,515.132Programme: 03Petroleum Exploration,Development,Production, ValueAddition and Distributionand Petrolleum ProductsTotal for the Vote173.343333.156 1,859.572 1,314.092Vote :123 Rural Electrification Agency (REA)Programme: 51 739596.581355.325449.677Total for the 5449.677452.6382,377.233571.714 2,999.646 2,535.692 2,206.692 2,229.1962,964.809Total for the Sector

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentTable S3.2: Major Changes in Sector Resource AllocationMajor changes in resource allocation over and above the -XVWLILFDWLRQ IRU SURSRVHG &KDQJHV LQ ([SHQGLWXUH previous financial yearand OutputsVote: 017 Ministry of Energy and Mineral DevelopmentProgramme : 01 Energy Planning,Management & Infrastructure Dev'tOutput: 01 Energy Policy/Plans Dissemination, Regulation and MonitoringChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :10.141 Increased consultations and meetings on energy plolicy andreviews of legislation and powersector reformsOutput: 02 Energy Efficiency PromotionChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :4.528 Promotion to the popularise the use of energy efficient optionsOutput: 03 Renewable Energy PromotionChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :3.871 Increased use of means such as solar, biogas sysytems,briquitees, improved stovess and small minihydro dams .Output: 04 Increased Rural ElectrificationChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(3.618) Reduced since much of the resources are handled by REAOutput: 05 Atomic Energy Promotion and CoordinationChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.260 The Nuclear road map now emabrks on physical siting ofthe possible nuclear plant site, hence for resourcesOutput: 51 Membership to IAEAChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.080 Need to fulfill this International ObligationOutput: 52 Thermal and Small Hydro Power Generation (UETCL)Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(23.640) Limited resource envelope hence a reduction for capacitypower paymentsOutput: 53 Cross Sector Transfers for ERT (Other Components)Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) :2.500 Funding boosted to promote renewable energy through theUECCCOutput: 71 Acquisition of Land by GovernmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(99.468) Limited resources envelopeOutput: 72 Government Buildings and Administrative InfrastructureChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.308 Need for refurbishement of the structuresOutput: 75 Purchase of Motor Vehicles and Other Transport EquipmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.250 More field supervision requirementsOutput: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including SoftwareChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.558) Many office ICT items now in placeOutput: 77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & EquipmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(6.657) Limited resources

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentOutput: 79 Acquisition of Other Capital AssetsChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :51.823 Includes assets in the power generation componentProgramme : 02 Large Hydro power infrastructureOutput: 51 Increased power generation - Largescale Hydro-electricChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :9.703 Increased monitoring and supervisionOutput: 71 Acquisition of Land by GovernmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(2.600) Land RAP implementaion for Karuma and Isimba reducingOutput: 80 Large Hydro Power InfrastructureChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(847.757) Completion of the Karuma dam constructionProgramme : 03 Petroleum Exploration, Development, Production, Value Addition and Distribution and Petrolleum ProductsOutput: 01 Promotion of the country's petroleum potential and licensingChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(119.543) Big reduction due to an error in refinery donor figuresOutput: 03 Capacity Building for the oil & gas sectorChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :8.254 We need more man power for involvement in the productionphasesOutput: 04 Monitoring Upstream petroleum activitiesChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.060 Monitoring of the production phasesOutput: 05 Develop and implement a communication strategy for oil & gas in the countryChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.285) Now its at implementation since development wascompletedOutput: 06 Participate in Regional InitiativesChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.920) Limited resource envelopeOutput: 07 Petroleum Policy Development, Regulation and MonitoringChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.706 Petroleum supply policy formulation facilitatedOutput: 08 Management and Monitoring of petroleum supply IndustryChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.057 Enforcement enhancedOutput: 09 Maintainance of National Petroleum Information SystemChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.014 Monotoring NPIS ugrade for timely resultsOutput: 10 Operational Standards and laboratory testing of petroleum productsChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.039 Monitoring of Laboratory operationsOutput: 12 Kenya - Uganda - Rwanda Oil pipelinesChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.001 Monitoring RAP reviewOutput: 51 Transfer for Petroleum Refining (Midstream Unit)Change in Allocation (UShs Bn) :Output: 71 Acquisition of Land by Government2.550 New institutions now in place (PAU and UNOC)

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :114.247 Refinery land and other related corridors os pipelinesOutput: 72 Government Buildings and Administrative InfrastructureChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :4.550 Data centre completedOutput: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including SoftwareChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.436 More ICT equipment and software required as the oil andgas industry growsOutput: 77 Purchase of Specialised Machinery & EquipmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.780 More equipment required as the oil and gas industry growsOutput: 78 Purchase of Office and Residential Furniture and FittingsChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.195) Most offices now equippedOutput: 79 Acquisition of Other Capital AssetsChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :4.801 Nakasongola storage Tanks refurbishment and relatedactivitiesOutput: 80 Oil Refinery ConstructionChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :4.580 Upscale monitoring and supervisionProgramme : 04 Petroleum Supply, Infrastructure and RegulationOutput: 02 Management and Monitoring of petroleum supply IndustryChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.029) Limited resource envelopeOutput: 03 Maintainance of National Petroleum Information SystemChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.044) All the required data has been migrated to the NPSIOutput: 04 Operational Standards and laboratory testing of petroleum productsChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.020) Most the Laboratory equipment was procured and installedOutput: 06 Kenya - Uganda - Rwanda Oil pipelinesChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(0.044) Activities are being reviewed to assess the viabilityOutput: 71 Acquisition of Land by GovernmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :1.215 RAP implementation on the Kampala Kigali and study ofbarges on Lake Victoria and to commence development ofBulobaOutput: 76 Purchase of Office and ICT Equipment, including SoftwareChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :0.475 Upgrading of the softwares and equipmentOutput: 79 Acquisition of Other Capital AssetsChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :(1.510) Nakasongola fuel reservesProgramme : 05 Mineral Exploration, Development & Value AdditionOutput: 02 Institutional capacity for the mineral sector

Energy and Mineral DevelopmentSector:Sector Budget Framework Paper FY 2017/18Energy and Mineral DevelopmentChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :2.731 In the plan the budget is rationalized to critical pathpriorities and inputs to enable corrective measures in policy,technical capacity, institutional weaknesses, historicaldistortions in sector to increase mineral revenue collectionby strengthening mOutput: 03 Mineral Exploration, development, production and value-addition promotedChange in Allocation (UShs Bn) :2.581 In the plan the budget is rationalized to critical pathpriorities and inputs to e

MW Mega Watts NEMA National Environment Management Authority NEU Nuclear Energy Unit ERD Energy Resources Directorate NTR Non Tax Revenue . 900 1000 Change in value of mineral rights (UGX Bill