Crunch time for Uganda as licensing and refining milestones draw near

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Issue 484 - 15 May 2023 - By James Gavin | 7 minute read

The planned East African Crude Oil Pipeline project continues to face financing difficulties – and the DRC’s hopes that Eacop capacity may be on offer to evacuate its own eventual Lake Albert exports seem overblown – but officials in Kampala are also pushing ahead with plans for a third licensing round and a 60,000 b/d refinery, write James Gavin and African Energy staff.

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