Hon. Irene Muloni

Hon. Irene Muloni

Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda

Irene Margaret Nafuna Muloni is the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development in the Government of Uganda since June 2011. She graduated with an Honors degree in Electrical Engineering from Makerere University, Kampala, in 1986 and holds an MBA degree from Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (2004). She is a Registered Engineer, a Certified Public-Private-Partnership Specialist, and a Professional Balanced Scorecard Practitioner. Irene was the Winner of the “Sarah Ntiiro Award” 2003; a recognition as a “Model of Excellence” by the Forum for Africa Women Educationists (FAWE).She is an advocate for gender equality, women’s empowerment and utilization of science and technology for sustainable development. Since graduation, Irene has been gainfully employed in Leadership and Management responsibilities in Energy Sector for the last 28 years and Telecommunications sector for 5 years. Previously she served as a Board Member on numerous Government Institutions and Non-Governmental Organizations

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Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 16:00 To 17:00

11/06/2019 16:00 11/06/2019 17:00 Uganda Uganda’s Oil and Gas sector offers exciting opportunities which include:
  • Exploration activities in the three licensed blocks;
  • The ongoing second licensing round for petroleum exploration covering five new blocks;
  • Preparation of oil fields in the Kingfisher and Tilenga projects for production; and
  • Putting in place infrastructure for both commercialisation of the discovered 6 billion barrels of in place oil and gas resources and facilitating the developments in the sector. 
National Showcase Theatre

National Showcase Theatre

"Uganda"

Dr Michael Nkambo Mugerwa Ernest Rubundo Frank Mugisha Hon. Irene Muloni
Time and date

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 16:00 To 17:00

11/06/2019 16:00 11/06/2019 17:00 Uganda Uganda’s Oil and Gas sector offers exciting opportunities which include:
  • Exploration activities in the three licensed blocks;
  • The ongoing second licensing round for petroleum exploration covering five new blocks;
  • Preparation of oil fields in the Kingfisher and Tilenga projects for production; and
  • Putting in place infrastructure for both commercialisation of the discovered 6 billion barrels of in place oil and gas resources and facilitating the developments in the sector. 
National Showcase Theatre
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National Showcase Theatre

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