Ugandan police have arrested six members of an NGO critical of the country’s oil industry plans.
Uganda’s oil plans are starting to come together, with contracts nearing on the current project and with more to come.
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.
Government and industry leaders to gather this month for the return of the Uganda International Oil & Gas Summit.
Work is getting under way in Uganda in preparation for the Lake Albert oil project, with the aim of reaching first oil by 2025.
Australia-listed Armour Energy is restarting its 2D seismic programme in Uganda, two years after declaring force majeure.
AXA will not support TotalEnergies’ East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP), the insurer told the StopEACOP alliance.
Front-end engineering and design (FEED) work on the Uganda refinery should be completed in August, with a final investment decision (FID) possible in June 2022.
If energy demand is shifting away from fossil fuels, the most economically rational move for governments is to maximise development of resources now.
Companies working in Africa must do more to bolster local industry and participation, or risk continued challenges around security and legitimacy.
Total E&P Uganda has signed conditional letters of award for surface facilities and drilling packages under its Tilenga project, in western Uganda.
Groups opposing TotalEnergies’ plan for an East African pipeline have called on insurance and reinsurance brokers to steer clear.
TotalEnergies has chosen McDermott and Sinopec International Petroleum Service Corp. to carry out work Uganda’s Tilenga project.
Ugandan police have arrested an NGO member and an Italian journalist, in a move seemingly linked to an investigation of Total’s Tilenga project.
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.
Total should announce final investment decision (FID) for its Lake Albert project on April 11.
Total expects to start up its Ikike field, offshore Nigeria, by the end of 2021 and will drill a number of exploration wells across its African portfolio.
A deal involving Uganda, Tanzania and Total has been pushed back, following the death of Tanzanian President John Magufuli.
Total has published reviews and plans relating to its Tilenga and East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) projects in Uganda and Tanzania.
As the period for comments on UK Export Finance’s (UKEF) plans close, a campaigning group has highlighted a number of hydrocarbon projects in which the agency may play a role.
Uganda goes to the polls today in an election that is likely to see President Yoweri Museveni returned for a sixth term.