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AfDB Grants $1 million to Uganda and Tanzania and EACOP

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has granted $1 million to the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project. Half of the total amount is for Uganda while the other is...
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Uganda Received No New Bid for Its Licensing Round After a Six-month Extension

According to The EastAfrican, the second round of bids for Uganda's oil licensing round that expired at the end of September ended with no new expressions of interest received from...
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Trinity Energy to Construct $500 million Refinery in South Sudan

South Sudanese oil marketing firm, Trinity Energy, plans to construct a $500 million crude oil refinery in South Sudan for the sale of refined petroleum products. The company is also...
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Kenya Calls for New Tenders for the Construction of the Koru-Soin Multi-purpose Dam

The National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority (NWHSA) has re-launched the tender for the construction of the Koru-Soin multi-purpose dam in Kisumu County, western Kenya. The construction that was to...
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TSAVO Sign Partnership Agreements with Amarinth and PMO for the East African Market

Tsavo Oilfield Services has announced the signing of a strategic partnership with Amarinth for the supply of centrifugal pumps and related equipment to the East African market. The company also...
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Refinery Construction in Uganda Postponed to 2025

The construction of Uganda's refinery has been postponed once again and cannot start until at least 2025. The push in the Final Investment Decision (FID) on the basin-wide upstream oil...
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Mount Kenya and Northern Region Residents to Enjoy Safer and Cheaper Fuel

The residents of Mount Kenya and the Northern regions will be beneficiaries of a cheaper and safer fuel after the renovation of the Nairobi-Nanyuki railway line by the Kenya Pipeline...
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EACOP: Tanzania and Uganda Move to Fast Track Pending Agreements

The agreements that need to be completed to fast-track the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) is reportedly in an advanced stage of completion. The four key agreements are the...
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Uganda: 99.93% of Tullow Oil Stakeholders Approve Sale of Ugandan Assets

Tullow Oil has announced its shareholders’ approval for the sale of its entire interests in Block 1, 1A, 2 and 3A in Uganda and the proposed East African Crude Oil...
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The East African Crude Oil Pipeline Shall Commence in the Second Quarter of 2021

After Total's acquisition of 33.334% of Tullow's oil stake, negotiations on the provisions of a Host Government Agreement (HGA) for the East African Crude Oil pipeline (EACOP) project will commence...
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