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17:42
17:42

IEA Insists Demand For Oil Will Fall From 2030 OPEC 2 3 Top story

The fall in demand will mainly be driven by China which has been consuming more than two-thirds of the global oil demand.
17:23
17:23

"We Are Fighting For Our Rights" Say Tilenga Land Owners AFFIEGO 5 2 Top story

They are demanding that the Judiciary is not used To Deprive them of adequate and fair compensation.
17:21
17:21

Not Easy To Supply The Oil And Gas Sector Says Kamurasi PAU 4 1 Top story

Kamurasi shares that supplying the sector is not just about winning the bid or chasing after them. It requires preparation from logistics, planning, human resources and above all ready capital.
21:10
21:10

100 Kilometers of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline Arrive In Dar Oil and gas 1 Top story

A statement issued for the Tanzanian office of EACOP said the arrival at the port of Dar es Salaam signals the initiation of the main construction phase for this cross-border pipeline project.
17:38
17:38

East African Court Rules Against Civil Society In EACOP Case STOP EACOP 1 Top story

The Court held that the applicants should have filed the case as early as 2017, rather than in 2020 and as a result, the court does not have jurisdiction to hear the matter. The ruling means that the applicants cannot proceed with the merits of the case.
16:59
16:59

EACOP Enrolls 130 Youth for Vocational Skills 4 1

The beneficiaries were selected from the project-affected households in the different parts of Kyotera and Sembabule districts.
08:50
08:50

Kyotera Families Resilient to EACOP Compensation Fees Despite Revaluation 3 1

Cosma Yiga, one of the Project Affected Persons-PAPs notes that despite the reevaluation exercise in which they were given a 34 percent increment on the initial compensation rates, they are still discontented and unwilling to forfeit their properties to the project.
11:21
11:21

UNOC Finally Gets License To Explore In Buliisa Oil rigs at CNOOC 1 Top story

UNOC has paid over 578 million shillings or $155700 as required by the laws and the signed Production Sharing Agreement and award of the Petroleum Exploration License.
08:01
08:01

Too Early To Say No To Oil and Gas - Total TotalEnergies 1

Pouyanné in a statement said with the increased penetration of renewables globally, natural gas keeps a key role in the energy transition to ensure firm power, in addition to pushing out coal in all sectors of final demand.
09:44
09:44

EACOP Is Locally Insured-Insurance Regulatory Authority Boss 1 1 Top story

According to Lubega, ICOGU has begun underwriting the oil and gas projects in the Albertine including the pipeline from Uganda to the Port of Tanga in Tanzania. “We have policies on the pipeline, on Tilenga, on Kingfisher and this gives us hope moving forward,” said Lubega.
10:52
10:52

Mixed Messages Stir Controversy as Oil Pipeline Compensation Delays 2 1

Lwengo, Sembabule, Kyotera, and Rakai districts are part of the ten districts through which the proposed pipeline will pass to connect the oil wells in the Albertine region of Uganda towards the refinery at Tanzania’s port of Tanga. At least 1,901 people out of a total of 3,792 persons who will be affected in the route opening, are residents within the four districts of greater Masaka, in which the East pipeline was demarcated to pass.
20:45
20:45

Pipeline Affected Persons in Fear of Attacks 1

Some of the residents waiting for their compensation money from the Petroleum Authority of Uganda are in fear because of increased attacks from thugs storming their homes to demand for money. His 96 years old father was attacked by robbers who invade their home in the night before demanding for money they were paid as compensation.
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