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It's been seven years since Uganda first struck oil. But the stuff still isn't flowing and won't be for a while, even though a landmark oil bill finally passed in December and many in the government are eager to start pumping. If you're part of the Ugandan equivalent of the 'drill baby drill' crowd – whatever they call their type in Kampala – what's troubling is that the December bill, on the upstream sector, may have been easy compared to what's next.