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The construction of the U.S.$3.5 billion Tanga-Hoima Pipeline is set for March 2021. This comes after a confirmed agreement between French oil company Total and the Ugandan government was reached, following differences that saw the project stall in 2018, when investors could not finalise investment decisions. The project is expected to bring to life a 1,445km pipeline threading through Albertine in Uganda, to Tanga in Tanzania. It will not only be the world’s longest heated crude oil pipeline but will also be the biggest joint East African investment in the bloc’s history.

  • Total has suspended plans for a pipeline from Hoima in Uganda to Tanga in Tanzania, after the collapse of a deal to buy a stake in Tullow Oil Plc’s oil fields in Uganda. The shared … Read more »

  • The two countries are seeking over U.S.$7 billion funding for the oil and pipeline projects which will top this year’s infrastructure transactions in the region. According to … Read more »