Tullow signs Ugandan deal opening way for oil output

The Ugandan government has signed a deal with Tullow Oil, France's Total and Cnooc on an oil refinery and pipeline which may clear the way for the start of crude output.

6th February, 2014
Tullow's operations in Uganda

The Ugandan government has signed a deal with Tullow Oil, France's Total and Cnooc on an oil refinery and pipeline which may clear the way for the start of crude output.

The deal details plans for the initial use of oil flows in power generation before construction of a refinery that may be ready in 2017 and an export pipeline, energy minister Irene Muloni told reporters in Kampala.

The memorandum of understanding (MOU) requires the three...

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