$10bn Lake Albert upstream and pipeline project launched, 1GW renewable MoU signed


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Issue 454 - 06 Feb 2022 - By James Gavin , Marc Howard | 5 minute read

The final investment decision on TotalEnergies’ Lake Albert development – combining the  Tilenga-Kingfisher upstream oil project in Uganda and the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (Eacop) taking oil for export from Tanzania comes as a major boost for East Africa’s energy ambitions and ends a long wait for the host governments eager to capture substantial new revenue inflows

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