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07:42
07:42

Oil and Gas Companies Must Adhere to Environment Standards-PAU EACOP 1 2 Top story

PAU's Director of Environment, Health, Safety, and Security, Dr. Joseph Kobusheshe says that whoever is looking at opportunities in the Albertine graben must know that it will not be about making profits at the expense of the environment and livelihoods of the people.
10:25
10:25

Tullow Promises to Stand with Africa On Oil and Gas Investments tullow plc 1 Top story

With the talks about the shift to cleaner energy operations, some investors in oil and gas operations are cutting investments in Africa’s oil and gas developments.
16:51
16:51

41% of Pipeline Affected Persons Fully Compensated -EACOP compensation 5

Johnbosco Habumugisha, the deputy managing director of EACOP told Uganda Radio Network that there are delays in the compensation processes due to lack of National Identification Cards by some of the poject affected persons yet the ID is a pre-requisite for the PAPs to be compensated.
13:44
13:44

EACOP PAPs in Bunyoro Protest Delayed Compensation Government 6

Since 2018, the government has not compensated the project-affected persons yet they stopped using their land. The Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) had also promised to start compensation in December 2020 or early January 2021.
17:28
17:28

Oil Companies Opt to Pump Crude Through Pipeline Using Solar EACOP

The energy will be used at the six pump stations along the pipeline, two of them located at Kabaale industrial park in Hoima and in Sembabule in Uganda. Pump stations are large industrial facilities that maintain the flow and pressure of oil by receiving oil from the pipeline, re-pressurizing it, and sending it back into the pipeline system.
20:40
20:40

Construction Of EA Crude Oil Pipeline To Begin From Tanzanian Side EACOP 2 5 Top story

While EACOP managers reason that construction should start from Tanzania because it has the largest land area coverage of the pipeline, sources indicate that it was decided that they start from the Tanzanian side because of Tanzania's less complicated land tenure system.
10:39
10:39

Oil Pipeline: Residents Return to Earmarked Land csos 1 4 Top story

Yisito Kayinga, the Executive Director- Community Transformation Foundation Network (COTFONE), says majority of the people affected by the pipeline project didn’t receive any government relief.
11:07
11:07

CSOs Irked by Suspension of Oil Pipeline Activities Total E$P 5

Dickens Amanya, the Coordinator Bunyoro Albertine Petroleum Network on Environment Coalition-PAPENECO, says they are getting concerned because there is no official statement from government regarding the matter since Total E$ P announced the suspension.
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