Tagged With Uganda
10 lessons from a decade of exploration
17 October 2017
Finding oil and gas in frontier plays has become harder. An industry veteran has some advice
Uganda-Tanzanian pipe dream
10 August 2017
The Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline route is close to becoming a reality. Kenya will have to go it alone
East Africa—can we talk?
14 June 2017
East Africa's new oil producers could maximise the industry's potential by working together, but that's easier said than done
Uganda's ambitious oil-export timetable
26 April 2017
The government's keen, the companies are willing—is Uganda's oil boom finally on the way?
Tanzania’s Ugandan oil coup
1 June 2016
East African producers now have a timetable for exports. Their oil will reach the sea by 2020
Tanga time
3 May 2016
Tanzania and Kenya fought hard to win Uganda’s approval for an oil-export route. Tanzania won
Uncertainties persist over African pipeline route
19 January 2016
A pipeline to ship oil from Kenya and Uganda to Africa’s east coast has become essential, but agreements on the route are far from settled
Uganda launches long-awaited bid round
26 June 2015
Uganda is finally launching its bid round, ending an eight-year freeze on the licensing of new acreage in its energy sector
Uganda refinery decision raises hopes for oil in 2018
17 March 2015
The country's Lake Albert oilfields could start producing within the next three years
Uganda refinery bidders down to two: SK Energy or RT-Global
24 June 2014
Authorities rejected two out of the four bids they received for the inland refinery in Uganda
Meeting East Africa's oil expectations in Kenya
29 May 2014
The next 12 months will be critical for the region's hydrocarbons play. But as Will Crisp discovers, the challenges ahead extend beyond firming up reserves
East African refined products pipeline firms up
5 February 2014
The governments of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda are planning to construct an East African refined products pipeline, in a move to end the unreliability of truck supplies to inland East Africa
East African oil and gas reserves show promise
25 October 2013
Drilling has shown East Africa to be rich in oil and gas. Now the region and its investors must do the hard part, and turn the reserves into production and income
Uganda’s oil production delayed until 2018
25 October 2013
Seven years after oil was discovered in inland Uganda, first flows are still in the distant future
Discoveries raise upside for Uganda's oil
20 June 2011
Two discoveries made in June seem set to give Uganda’s oil reserves another lift, while Tullow, Total and CNOOC hammer out their Lake Albert development plans
Uganda on the road to production after settling Tullow tax dispute
12 April 2011
The settlement of Tullow’s tax dispute with the government paves the way for a new African oil producer
Tax row hangs over Uganda upstream
24 February 2011
With a new exploration licensing round planned, Tullow Oil's tax row with the government may dampen upstream investors' appetite for Uganda, writes Ian Lewis
Tullow Oil looks north in the Rift Valley
30 September 2010
Tullow Oil has taken stakes in Kenyan and Ethiopian exploration acreage, undeterred by problems surrounding its Ugandan discoveries
Uganda: Heritage wins in tax dispute
29 July 2010
HERITAGE Oil has won an important breakthrough in its battle with the Ugandan government over a disputed tax liability on the sale of its stakes in two oil blocks
Uganda: Eni pounces on Lake Albert oil
4 January 2010
Eni makes bid to purchase Heritage
Africa: searching east and west
1 December 2006
The African continent can justify its reputation as a difficult place to operate – but it offers frontier territory, with a range of risks and rewards to interest majors and minnows. Recent months have seen an uprating of prospects in the neglected east, while work in the deep waters off the western coast continues at a pace limited only by the availability of drill-ships, Martin Quinlan writes