May 2021 Research Insight - The avoidance doctrine conundrum and its ramifications on mining investments in Zimbabwe

Dr Sharon Hofisi | Document | 2021

The avoidance doctrine conundrum and its ramifications on mining investments in Zimbabwe, Research Insight authored by Dr Sharon Hofisi; May 2021


March 2021 Insight - “Agyapa” Gold Royalties Case Study

Amina Ibrahim, CEPMLP | Document | 2021

Minerals Fiscal Innovation, Responsive Governance, and Anti-Corruption: Ghanaian “Agyapa” Gold Royalties Case Study


February 2021 Insight - Addressing Gender Inequalities in the Mining Sector

Dr. Victoria R. Nalule | Document | 2021

Addressing Gender Inequalities in the Mining Sector - Authored by Dr. Victoria R. Nalule, Extractives Hub


January 2021 Insight - Gas Price Re-openers and Other Remedies

Michael Polkinghorne and Yutty Ramen, both of White & Case LLP | Document | 2021

Gas Price Re-openers and Other Remedies - jointly authored by Michael Polkinghorne and Yutty Ramen, both of White & Case LLP


December 2020 Insight - Energy Transition and the Re-making of Liquified Natural Gas

Professor Paul Griffin, CEPMLP, University of Dundee | Document | 2020

Energy Transition and the Re-making of Liquified Natural Gas - authored by Professor Paul Griffin, CEPMLP, University of Dundee


October 2020 Insight - Public Participation in Africa’s Mining Sector

CEPMLP - see coauthorship list | Document | 2020

Public Participation in Africa’s Mining Sector - October 2020 - Research Insight Co-authors: Jocyline Omondi, Extractives Hub; Wairimu Karanja, Wairimu & Co; and Daniel Gilbert, Extractives Hub


21st July 2020 Insight - Is Responsible Mining Sufficient?

Jon Hobbs, Honorary Associate, CEPMLP | Document | 2020

Is Responsible Mining Sufficient?


15th July 2020 Research Insight - Ensuring universal access to modern energy services in times of pandemic related disruptions: Key considerations for policymaker

Damilola S. Olawuyi and Victoria R. Nalule | Document | 2020

Research Insight - "Ensuring universal access to modern energy services in times of pandemic related disruptions: Key considerations for policymakers". Authored by Damilola S. Olawuyi and Victoria R. Nalule.


Mid July 2020 Insight - International Unitization of Trans-Boundary Petroleum Deposits

Dr. William T. Onorato (Ph.D, Cantab) | Document | 2020

Mid July 2020 Insight - International Unitization of Trans-Boundary Petroleum Deposits


3rd June 2020 Insight - What is the future of Social Licence to Operate in the East Africa Extractive Industries post the COVID-19 pandemic?”

Dr. Victoria Nalule (CEPMLP) and Nduta Njenga (Ministry of Water, Irrigation & Electricity, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia) | Document | 2020

What is the future of Social Licence to Operate in the East Africa Extractive Industries post the COVID-19 pandemic?” - Research Insight


2nd June 2020 Insight - COVID 19 and its impact on the Extractive Industries, some contractual issues to consider

Makuta Manty Mara, CEPMLP | Document | 2020

2nd June 2020 Research Insight.


1st June 2020 Insight - International Law Protection of Energy Investments Continues During the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Economic Fallout

Prof. Pieter Bekker, CEPMLP | Document | 2020

International Law Protection of Energy Investments Continues During the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Economic Fallout - June 2020 Research Insight by Prof. Pieter Bekker, CEPMLP


Late May 2020 Insight - Is COVID 19 An Opportunity to Accelerate the Digitalisation in the Mining Sector? Law and Policy Implications

Maria Augusta Paim, CEPMLP | Document | 2020

Research Insight - IS COVID-19 AN OPPORTUNITY TO ACCELERATE THE DIGITALISATION IN THE MINING SECTOR? LAW AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS


Mid May 2020 Insight - Sand Mining in Africa: What are the key considerations for Policy Makers?

Dr. Victoria Nalule (CEPMLP) | Document | 2020

The mining sector is key in the economic development of every country. Minerals are used in different sectors as raw materials and their demand is expected to increase with the anticipated boom in industrialisation and urbanisation. Although in the past, the mining sector was characterised by the co...


Early May 2020 Insight - Energy Access Challenges in the COVID 19 crisis: Is there a future for Extractives in the Energy Transitions era?

Dr. Victoria Nalule (CEPMLP) | Document | 2020

Research Insight – early May 2020: Energy Access Challenges in the COVID 19 crisis: Is there a future for Extractives in the Energy Transitions era?” Abstract: Access to modern energy is key in addressing the global challenges including poverty, famine and gender inequality. There have been vario...


April 2020 (Guest) Insight - West African Electricity

Gisela Granado, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Global Secretariat | Document | 2020

Guest Research Insight – April 2020 “West African Electricity”. By: Gisela Granado, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Country Manager, supporting EITI implementation in Francophone West Africa


March 2020 Insight - 'Tainted minerals’ in the supply chain: Spotlight on Ghana

Dr Smith I Azubuike (CEPMLP) | Document | 2020

March 2020 Insight - 'Tainted minerals’ in the supply chain: Spotlight on Ghana: The focus of this Insight is on ‘tainted minerals’ in risk areas where rights abuse occurs in mining sites and how the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Guidelines could help in mainstreaming ...


February 2020 Insight - Land Access & Mining In Uganda: Key Issues for Policy-Makers

Dr. Victoria Nalule (CEPMLP) | Document | 2020

February 2020 Insight - Land Access & Mining In Uganda: Key Issues for Policy-Makers: Access to land is essential for the successful operation of oil, gas, energy and mining projects. However, often a time, there are social, environmental and economic issues associated with acquiring land for the...


January 2020 Insight - Diverging paths from a shared history? Leveraging Mining for Development: lessons from Rwanda and Burundi

Désiré Ruragaragaza and Daniel Gilbert (both CEPMLP) | Document | 2020

This Insight analyses how different economic policies, peace, leadership and laws can lead to starkly different minerals-sector driven developmental outcomes even in countries that are very similar. For the case studies selected for this Insight, there are observed similar characteristics with respe...


December 2019 Insight - Understanding Linkages in the Extractive Industries

Susan Nakanwagi (CEPMLP) | Document | 2019

Oil, gas and mineral resources – ‘extractives’ – can be used to drive public investments in infrastructure, health, education and other amenities. The key idea for policy-makers is ‘linkage’. Instead of viewing the extractives industry (EI) in isolation from the rest of the economy, an awareness of ...