War of words over East African oil pipeline as upstream debate intensifies

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Issue 462 - 13 Jun 2022 - By Marc Howard | 6 minute read

The East African Crude Oil Pipeline has boosted regional energy ambitions and is poised to swell the treasuries of Tanzania and Uganda, but while the project’s supporters laud its potential economic and developmental benefits it has also ignited a fierce debate over hydrocarbons financing and how deals are structured in the energy transition age.

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