A proposed natural gas pipeline running from Tanzania to Uganda may have a positive environmental impact in a region where the majority of households still cook using charcoal or wood, according to Patrick Mweheire, Standard Bank Group’s regional chief executive officer for East Africa.
East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP)
The European Parliament has criticised a proposed East African pipeline, calling for TotalEnergies to consider an alternative route.
The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has stepped up to provide $100 million of financing for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).
Oil companies and environmentalist activists see the same world in wholly differing ways. Rarely is this divide as stark as in discussions around the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).
The East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) company has applied to the Ugandan government for a licence to begin construction.
Marsh McLennan has been identified as the insurance broker for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).
Projects backed by Standard Chartered in 2021 will emit 2.3 billion tonnes of CO2 over their lifespan, with Mozambique LNG to play a major part in this.
Munich Re will not insure the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), throwing up another challenge for the TotalEnergies-driven project in Uganda and Tanzania.
Investments in Africa’s oil and gas risk undermining a move to lower carbon energy sources and are at risk of becoming stranded assets, according to a new report.
Four of South Africa’s five major banks have said they will not support the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), in Uganda and Tanzania.
TotalEnergies and CNOOC Ltd have taken the final investment decision (FID) on Uganda’s Lake Albert development, finally triggering the start of work on the 240,000 barrel per day project.
TotalEnergies has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Rwanda ahead of a final investment decision (FID) in Uganda tomorrow.
A French court has found against TotalEnergies in a case on the “duty of vigilance” law, with environmental NGOs claiming this as a victory.
CNOOC Uganda has confirmed a final investment decision (FID) for the Kingfisher field, marking another step forward for the Lake Albert development.
Uganda’s oil plans are starting to come together, with contracts nearing on the current project and with more to come.
Tackling emissions has come to dominate discussions around ESG, driving concerns that progress is slipping on tackling the energy gap that continues in many African states.
On the cusp of activity starting, Uganda is making ready for a storm of activity to develop its Lake Albert resources.
TotalEnergies has a plan to evacuate endangered animals from Uganda and Tanzania to France – or so a group of unidentified pranksters would have the world believe.
AXA will not support TotalEnergies’ East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), the insurer told the StopEACOP alliance.
Groups opposing TotalEnergies’ plan for an East African pipeline have called on insurance and reinsurance brokers to steer clear.
Uganda and Tanzania have taken another step toward construction of a major oil export pipeline, while port operations begin in Kenya.
French President Emmanuel Macron has spoken of his support for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).
Three French banks have committed not to provide project financing for the Total-led East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).
The Lake Albert development, including export pipeline, will cost $15 billion with contracts expected to be dished out following final investment decision (FID) on April 11.