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16:55

East African Court of Justice Fixes Dates For EACOP Appeal crude oil 1 Top story

On Tuesday, The Appellate Division of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) accepted the appeal and asked the activists to file written submissions by March 22, 2024.
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Government Seeks Court Order to Evict Landowners Blocking Oil Projects Fred Balikenda 1

The last move by the Attorney General followed a long-standing disagreement with 42 households in Buliisa who have rejected compensation offered by the government.
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Stop EACOP Shifts Campaign to Chinese Banks fossil fuel 1 Top story

The latest move by the international and their local stop EACOP campaigners comes after they successfully fought off Western banks and insurance firms from funding the project.
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Museveni's Tax Waiver To Bujagali Questioned 1 Top story

But members of different civil society actors which include the African Institute for Energy Governance (AFIEGO) and 12 others in a statement said they were dismayed that President Museveni returned the Income Tax (Amendment) Bill 2023 to Parliament asking it to grant a one-year tax waiver to Bujagali Energy Limited (BEL).
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Time For Africa To Use Its Oil To End Energy Poverty - Dr. Omar Farouk Ibrahim UNOC 3 1 Top story

Africa currently exports 70% of its crude oil and 45% of its gas. Global energy statistics indicate that Africa’s people have the least access to energy.
15:25
15:25

EACOP Financing On Track-UNOC STOPEACOP 1

The construction of the pipeline is expected to cost between $ 4.2-$5 billion. So according to Kamuntu, the project is likely to take off when the financing is secured.
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Process for Award of EACOP Construction License Starts tilenga oil project 2 1

East African Crude Oil Pipeline(EACOP) Ltd at the beginning of July applied for a construction license from the governments of Uganda and Tanzania.
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Oil and Gas to Grow Insurance Sector; But Will Ugandan Insurers Benefit? fossil fuels 1

The development of oil and gas infrastructure is likely to spur Uganda's Insurance sector but the biggest value will go to foreign insurance firms and brokers.
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Network Launches To Spur Green Investments In East Africa green climate fund 1 2

The launch of IGEN-EA comes at the time when climate-focused investment options are gaining popularity globally.
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New Power Connection Rate is a Response to Those Who Can Afford -Energy PS electricity tariffs 4

The Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Energy, Robert Kasande says it is unfair for anyone to say the government abandoned the people in the times of a pandemic, saying they just ran into problems and has to respond to demands by those able to afford the full costs.
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Jacobsen Seeks Renewal of Thermal Power Generation Contract Thermal energy 3

Uganda is expected to have a power generation capacity of about 1,600 megawatts by the end of this year, against a demand of 950, leaving a surplus of more than 500 megawatts. There have therefore been calls on the government of Uganda abandon the thermal energy which is considered expensive and also environmentally not friendly
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