3, July, 2016

[INGLÉS] Local Content Frameworks in the African Oil and Gas Sector: Lessons from Angola and Chad

This paper seeks to identify the main characteristics and outcomes of local content frameworks (LCFs) in African oil and gas producing countries. This research is based on the hypothesis that the more specific the LCFs, the better the outcomes.

The study adopts a comparative case study approach based on experiences in seven African countries (Angola, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda) with aim of understanding the broader context and trends of local content frameworks (LCFs) in African oil and gas producing states. To achieve this objective, a regional catalogue of LCFs and practices is developed in order to fill the knowledge gap about local content experiences in Africa. The cases of Angola and Chad are explored in greater detail in order to identify additional factors that may shape the outcomes of LCFs.

Elijah Dickens
John Okiira

The authors of this research work at ACODE, Uganda.


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