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Study of taxation, registration, legal and regulatory issues affecting small businesses in Uganda & Pounder Rig contractor business: projected cash flow

By S. M. Kakooza, Peter D. Ball and Kerstin Danert

Abstract

This document is made up of a number of reports. The first section contains a study of ‘Taxation, Registration, Legal and Regulatory Issues Affecting Small Business in Uganda’, by Kakooza, Ball and Da

Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk:1826/2787
Provided by: Cranfield CERES

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  1. (Not for construction) doi
  2. 0 The six days which the rig is working 27
  3. 00 Construction of concrete well cap & apron (incl materials) Const. of concrete well cap & apron lump sum
  4. 00 Monthly Schedules of Operating Expenses for the Contractor
  5. 01 Material Collection - doi
  6. 02 Drilling - unskilled
  7. 02 Material to Site - Fuel km with equipment
  8. 02 Pick up hire per day
  9. 03 Equipment to and fro site km 260
  10. 03 Pump instalaation and well development -
  11. 03 Pump installation and well development -
  12. 04 Crew to site - Fuel km with equipment
  13. 04 Pump instalaation and well development -
  14. 04 Pump installation and well development - doi
  15. 05 Concrete construction - doi
  16. 05 Supervisor visits - doi
  17. 06 Concrete construction - doi
  18. 06 Transport at site km
  19. 07 63mm well screen x 3m pcs
  20. 14 machine crushed aggregate at 25,000 per ton plus 10,000 transport =
  21. 15 Non-construction workers' doi
  22. 16 Employer's contribution to doi
  23. 16 Water for drilling 20 l
  24. 16 Water for drilling 20 l jerry
  25. 2 75mm uPVC Rising Main/Casing x 3m each
  26. 2 Drilling hrs drilling 24 18,000 432,000 Sub- total 18,200 444,000 4 Supply of well consumables (Materials cost plus 150,000 transport, spread over the items)
  27. 2 Mobilisation to local base and supply
  28. 20 Mobilisation to local base
  29. 20 Mobilization to local base
  30. 26 Non-rig operating fuel
  31. 3 Mobilisation to site Per km (included
  32. 3 Pump installation by skilled labour 0
  33. 30 Mobilisation to site Per
  34. 30 Mobilization to site Per
  35. 30 Sampling and storage of cuttings sample
  36. 4 Sampling and storage of cuttings per sample
  37. 4 Set up of Equipment Per doi
  38. 4 Supervision of crew and foreman see transport days 0
  39. 40 Set up of Equipment Per
  40. 47 Printing and stationery 18,000
  41. 5 Annexes A – Estimated direct costs of Pounder well materials and activities B – Blessed price list for 15m Pounder well in Mukono District C - Scenarios for Different
  42. 5.1 Annex A - Cost Estimates For A 4 Day Well To 15m, 65km from base 4 days to drill Item Description Unit Quantity Rate Amount
  43. 60 Cement Sealing Investigative Hole 50 kg bag
  44. 7 Cement Sealing Investigative Hole per mixed cement bag
  45. Account for one well POUNDER RIG PROJECT Ushs Ushs Opening Stock-Raw
  46. Ball’s report For a person who has not worked in Uganda his report was good based on the information available. Any omissions that could have been useful to the client and contractor companies can be picked from this report.
  47. (2000). Blessed Price List PRICE LIST -
  48. Connecting Rod x 3m each
  49. Connecting Rod x 3m pcs
  50. (2000). Create “dummy” accounts, in spreadsheet form, for the wells drilled by contractors Blessed and Jurusa,
  51. Describe the types of small business, and possible business groupings which would be appropriate for Pounder rig operations. Liase closely with Jamil Ssebalu in this area, commenting on the profiles of contractors whom we already know.
  52. Gravel Pack bags 3 12,000 36,000 Sub- total 1,116,20 0 5 U3 Pump Installation and Well Development per hour 4 18,000 72,000 Sub- total 72,000 6 Construction of concrete well cap and apron lump sum
  53. km at 350 Ushs per km = 45,500 plus food and allowances (15,000) =
  54. labour cost plus 3,000 food plus 2,000 accom = 11,000; four men for
  55. mandays at 2,000 plus 8,000 transport plus 10,000 food
  56. Peter Ball’s report, correcting any factual errors, and identifying any omissions and other corrections.
  57. Pump Superstructure (Headworks)
  58. Relate the general comments made under previous headings to a selection of the businesses which we already know. Liase here with Jamil Ssebalu.
  59. RIG PROJECT- SCENARIO A-ACCOUNTING Bill of Quantities Contract Price 3,134,640 Acc. No Account Units Quantity Rate
  60. skilled (incl.
  61. skilled (including meals and accomodation)
  62. Top Rod x 3m each
  63. Top Rod x 3m pcs
  64. unskilled mason manday

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