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FEED Contract for South Lokichar To Be Awarded by May

Tullow Oil has announced that the upstream baseline data collection for the environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) has commenced and the front end engineering design (FEED) contract is expected to be awarded this month as the pre development phase for the South Lokichar fields proceeds. The pipeline ESIA work is also under way, and …

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Africa Oil To Reevaluate Bogal-1 Discovery, Reprocess 2D Seismic In Block 9

Kenya’s Block 9 operator Africa Oil has until June 2018 to undertake engineering and well design for reevaluation and testing of Bogal-1 well over eight years after the well was plugged and abandoned by then operator CNOOC citing extensive fracture network proven by the abundant fluid losses during drilling and the Formation Micro Imaging (FMI) …

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Uganda Lures DRC into the East Africa Crude Oil Project

The Uganda government is trying to interest the Democratic Republic of Congo to use the East Africa crude oil project (EACOP) to export its oil. Earlier this week Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Eng Irene Muloni hosted a delegation of Congolese Officials led by the DRC Minister of Hydrocarbons Prof Aimer Ngoi Mukena Lusa Diese …

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Tanzania President to Lay Cross Border Mark Stone For Oil Pipeline in Uganda

President John Maghufuli of Tanzania and host President Yoweri Museveni will on Thursday lay a cross border mark stone at Luzinga village in Uganda for the East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline. This follows the visit by the Uganda president to Tanga in February where the two state leaders laid a foundation stone. The 1445km heated …

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Total E&P Reassures Uganda of its Commitment Following Entrance into Kenya’s Oil Rich Turkana

Total has written to Uganda assuring the country that it will not abandon the $3.55 billion heated crude oil pipeline through Tanzania after buying assets in neighbouring Kenya. The news on the transaction between Total and Maersk Oil and Gas had caused panic in Uganda on the progress of the East Africa crude oil pipeline …

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Total, CNOOC Lead Sponsors at Uganda International Oil & Gas Summit 2017

Total and CNOOC Limited have confirmed their support for the 3rd Uganda International Oil & Gas Summit (UIOGS) 2017, partnering as lead sponsors and co-hosts to the event when it returns 27-28th September at the Hotel Serena, Kampala. Hosted in 2016 by President Yoweri K Museveni alongside Hon. Minister of Energy and Minerals Development of …

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Work Begins on the East African Crude Oil Pipeline

President Yoweri Museveni and his Tanzania counterpart Joseph Pombe Magufuli have commissioned the construction of the 1,445km-long East African crude oil pipeline from Hoima district in Uganda to the Tanzanian port of Tanga. The heated crude oil pipe line, the longest of its kind in the world, will cost $3.5 billion and will be completed …

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FID on Uganda Albertine Project, Start of FEED in Kenya expected by End of 2017

Partners in the Uganda Albertine Graben project namely Total E&P, CNOOC and Tullow Oil have said they expect the final investment decision on field development by the end of the year as earlier scheduled according to the latest trading statement and operational update by Tullow Oil. . This is based on the progress of key …

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CNOOC to acquire 50% of Tullow’s farm down rights to Total in Uganda

Following Tullow Oil plc announced farm-down of 21.57% of its 33.33% interests in Exploration Areas 1, 1A, 2 and 3A in Uganda to Total E&P Uganda B.V. (Total) for a total consideration of $900 million CNOOC Uganda Limited (CNOOC) has notified Tullow that it has exercised its pre-emption rights under the joint operating agreements between …

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