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EACOP Needs USD 1.8 Billion Debt to Kickoff-Nankabirwa STOPEACOP 2 1 Top story

The project has been estimated to cost between $3.5 billion and $4 billion, of which 60% comprises debt raising and 40% equity.
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.
16:31
16:31

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.
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.
19:25
19:25

Energy, Finance Officials Disagree on Compensation of Pipeline Affected Persons 3

Construction of the East African Crude Oil Export Pipeline project is due to start next year, but people along the planned route were evicted almost two years ago, with promises of compensation.
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