Minister of State for Energy Simon D'ujanga of Uganda

This is the Government's medium-term planning, D'ujanga said at the Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala.
Earlier, in March 2007, energy state minister Simon D'Ujanga had told Parliament the reserves were dry.
Mr D'ujanga said the government in conjunction with Tullow Oil Company from Ireland have started the construction expected to produce 400 barrels of diesel and kerosene every day to cater for the local demand.
We shall start with heavy oil and if the flow is good then we shall start producing petrol," Mr D'ujanga said on Friday while opening the National Technology Conference organised by Uganda Institute of Professional Engineers at Hotel Africana.
Energy state minister Simon D'Ujanga was quoted by the state-owned New Vision as saying that the policy was approved in early 2008.
D'Ujanga said the official opening of Zeu Village Bank slated for October 8 had also been postponed indefinitely.