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  • Uganda Shortlists Four Companies for Oil Refinery Project - Egypt Oil & Gas

    Uganda Shortlists Four Companies for Oil Refinery Project Wednesday, 3rd May 2017 Uganda’s Energy Minister, Irene Muloni, stated late April that the country shortlisted four companies from which it intends to select the bid winner to construct

  • Uganda Shortlists Firms for U.S.$4, 27-Billion Oil Refinery - allAfrica

    Uganda: Four Firms Shortlisted for U.S.$4,27 Billion Oil Refinery Project East African, 1 May 2017 Uganda has shortlisted four companies from which it intends to select the bid winner to construct

  • Four Companies Bid To Build Uganda's First Oil Refinery

    Four out of six shortlisted firms have submitted proposals to government for the role of lead investor for the development of the 60,000 barrels per day (BPD) oil refinery and related downstream infrastructure in the country.

  • After Coronavirus shock, Uganda sets oil FID for early this year - The Independent Uganda:

    We believe we should be able to take an FID on the refinery by February 2022 and it could start operating four years after that,” says Peter Mulisa, the Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs at the Uganda National Oil Company, UNOC.

  • Uganda shortlists 6 companies for the oil refinery tender - The East African

    Uganda shortlists 6 companies for the oil refinery tender Saturday December 28 2013 Uganda’s Energy Ministry announced that six consortia qualified for a second phase of the public tender aimed at selecting a lead investor who will develop and

  • Uganda Oil Refinery - Wikipedia

    Agreement On 10 April 2018, the Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium signed a definitive agreement with the government of Uganda, committing to design, develop, finance, construct, operate and maintain the planned 60,000-barrel-per-day Uganda

  • How Uganda Secured A $4 million Oil Refinery Deal | How Africa News

    The agreement establishes critical terms and conditions for the oil refinery’s development and represents an important milestone in the commercialization of Uganda’s natural resource endowments. Following an emergency request made by the Ugandan

  • Uganda approves FEED, EPC contractor for proposed refinery | Oil & Gas Journal

    Uganda approves FEED, EPC contractor for proposed refinery The government of Uganda has approved a plan by the Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium to have Saipem move forward with both front-end

  • Two firms in a race for Ugandan oil refinery - Anglo Journal…

    Uganda’s government has selected two of the four international bidders to build and construct the country’s first oil refinery and related infrastructure in the Lake Albert region of Buseruka Subcounty, Hoima District, Uganda. According to the

  • Delays and shattered hopes: Uganda still waiting for oil riches

    Uganda is relying on oil revenue to repay state debt that stood equivalent to 42 percent of GDP in 2018 -- a share that could rise to 50 percent of GDP by early 2021. - Living in fear -

  • Uganda Shortlists Six Firms To Build Oil Refinery • AfricanGlobe.Net

    Uganda currently has no refinery AFRICANGLOBE – The Government of Uganda has announced the second phase of the public tender for the lead investor/operator for the development, implementation and operation of the proposed 60,000 barrels/day oil

  • The Uganda Refinery Project – Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU).

    The Refinery project will be a private sector led project, with Government’s share held by the Uganda National Oil Company, through its subsidiary Uganda Refinery Holding Company. East African Community partner states (Kenya and Rwanda) and

  • Ugandan Government Issues New Timelines For Oil Refinery Project | Africa Oil & Power

    19/8/2020 · The Environment and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for Uganda’s proposed oil refinery has begun, after the government modified the project framework agreement to allow more time to complete the preparation works. Signed letters of intent with

  • Uganda Refinery: Shortlist Down To Four - Africa’s premier report on the oil, gas and energy landscape. - Africa’s premier report on the oil

    Four of the six shortlisted firms/ consortia have submitted detailed proposals to the Government of Uganda (GOU) for the role of Lead Investor/Operator for the development of the 60,000 barrels per day (BPD) oil refinery and related downstream

  • Government Shortlists Two Firms For US $4 billion Refinery :: Uganda Radio Network

    Government has shortlisted two companies bidding for the construction of the US$ 4.27 billion oil refinery project. Energy Minister, Irene Muloni, says four companies had submitted bids from the project, but two of them were dropped. She

  • Uganda advances plans for first refinery | Oil & Gas Journal

    Uganda advances plans for first refinery Uganda’s government has received proposals from four international companies The refinery will be designed to process Uganda’s waxy crude oil (23

  • Uganda Picks New Consortium for $4-Billion Crude Refinery | 2018-05-24 | ENR

    The refinery is expected to produce petrol, kerosene, heavy fuel oil and diesel. No project timelines have been made available. Uganda's estimated proven oil reserves exceed 6.5 billion barrels of

  • Oil in Uganda | ChimpReports

    Oil in Uganda Business Budget Committee Vetoes Proposal to Borrow Shs 481bn Oil money March 19, 2021 April 23, 2018 Oil: Uganda Targets $20bn Investment By 2022

  • Marked for demolition? Ugandans on pipeline route fear land loss | Reuters

    Uganda signed an agreement in April with a consortium, including a subsidiary of General Electric, to build and operate a 60,000-barrel-a-day refinery that will cost up to $4 billion, the

  • Uganda: Oil Refinery, Pipeline Deals Set To remodel Regional Outlook - Petroleum Refinery Equipment For Sale,Petroleum Product,Petroleum Machinery

    Uganda Shortlists Corporations for U.S.$4, 27-Billion Oil Refinery Additionally, there has not been an official communication on who the contractor of the pipeline is. Sources have, nevertheless, told us that Chinese language firm Cnooc will

  • Turkish company to build a refinery in Uganda | JamiiForums

    USINESS Uganda shortlists four firms for oil refinery project Uganda plans to construct an $4.27 billion electrically heated pipeline transporting 200,000 barrels of oil per day. TEA GRAPHIC | NATION MEDIA GROUP IN SUMMARY There have been eight

  • Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU).

    The President of Uganda H.E. Yoweri Museveni and the President of the United Republic of Tanzania H.E. Samia Suluhu Hassan flanked by Total, CNOOC and other government officials shortly after the launch of the Petroleum Projects. Mr. Patrick

  • Uganda refinery too costly – CPI - Daily Monitor

    Uganda’s decision to build a refinery has been discouraged on the basis that the facility is not only an expensive venture but also lowers the value of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP

  • Uganda Government Signs 4 Billion US Dollar Oil Refinery Development Deal

    Uganda Government Signs 4 Billion US Dollar Oil Refinery Development Deal The government of Uganda on 10th April 2018 signed a contract for the construction of the $4 billion US Dollar oil refinery, offering further clarity on how the country’s

  • Four companies submit proposals to build oil refinery in Uganda | S&P Global Platts

    Uganda, stepping up efforts to start exploiting its oil fields, said Wednesday that, so far, four companies have submitted detailed proposals for a 60,000 b/d refinery in the west of the country. They are Japan's Marubeni Corp., and

  • PIPELINE: Uganda, Tanzania sign major oil agreement

    11/4/2021 · The construction of the pipeline is expected to take four years for the oil to start flowing. If complete, it will be the longest heated crude oil pipeline line in the world. Among the agreements signed today between the officials from the

  • Uganda: How displacement for oil infrastructure has compromised livelihoods, housing & right to food in oil-rich region - Business & Human Rights

    Mubona will not be the first Ugandan to lose land to the oil project, which the government hopes will spur economic growth, pay down the national debt and reduce poverty. More than 7,000 people were evicted from 13 neighbouring villages in Hoima

  • Oil FID Set for 'Early This year' - Petroleum Authority Boss :: Uganda Radionetwork

    Uganda is optimistic that the Final Investment Decision-FID on the commercial oil and gas production will be made in the first months of this year to pave way for the construction of the final structures in the sector. These will include the oil

  • Uganda - The Energy Year

    Uganda holds an estimated 1.4 billion barrels of recoverable oil. Oil was first discovered in the country in 2006 in the Albertine Rift Basin. Since then, the government has been putting comprehensive measures in place to ensure the efficient

  • Refinery news roundup: New projects approach construction in Angola, Uganda | S&P Global Platts

    --Nigeria hopes to have its first modular oil refinery, built in the restive Niger Delta region, come on stream in May 2020, the oil ministry said. Modular refineries are crude oil processing facilities with capacities of up to 30,000 b/d and

  • Uganda's Oil and Gas Project Land Acquisition -Adequately Compensation for affected persons - East African Business Week

    By Ali Ssekatawa The oil and gas sector in Uganda is at a critical stage. The commercial negotiations which will impact both the profitability and the sector’s contribution to inclusive development are in final stages. The infrastructure

  • South Africa’s Faces Major Oil Refinery Crisis | OilPrice

    12/1/2021 · Two of South Africa’s four oil refineries are currently offline and expected to restart next year at the earliest, while the other two facilities also face an uncertain future as oil

  • Land acquisition for oil and gas projects project affected persons will be adequately compensated – CEO East Africa

    The 1,443km EACOP will transport Uganda’s crude oil from Kabaale in Hoima district to Tanga in Tanzania, for export to the international market. It will be buried to a depth of about 1 metre below the ground for all its length.

  • U.S. Oil Refineries Still Down And Out After Freeze | OilPrice

    8/3/2021 · The largest refinery in the United States, Motiva’s 607,000 bpd Port Arthur refinery, restarted its largest crude oil processing unit relatively quickly, on February 26, after being down for 11

  • The Fiscal Regime for Uganda’s Mining Sector: A Need for Reform? - Natural Resource Governance Institute

    Since the discovery of oil in 2006, Ugandans have focused on the promise that its oil sector offers for the country’s development. Little attention has been given to the mining sector. However, this is beginning to change. There is growing

  • Zambia short-lists Sahara Energy for stake in oil refinery | Ships & Ports

    Zambia short-lists Sahara Energy for stake in oil refinery Vitol, Glencore, Shell compete for Petrobras'… Uganda says agrees terms with consortium to build… South Africa eyes BRICS partners to build new $10…

  • Interviews | Oil In Uganda | Page 4

    September, 1955: Omukama Sir Tito Gafabusa Winyi IV and Sir Andrew Cohen, Governor of the Uganda Protectorate, sign a ‘Bunyoro Agreement’ that, the kingdom claims, remains valid today. (Picture: In an exclusive interview with

  • RADIO 4 Uganda - Indonesia Oil Refinery Fire | Facebook

    Indonesia Oil Refinery Fire RADIO 4 Uganda 7 hrs · # 4UPDATE: A massive fire broke out following an explosion at one of the biggest oil refineries in Indonesia. Hundreds of residents have been evacuated. Related Videos 2:54 Uganda Vs Malawi

  • President Samia expected in Uganda for signing of oil deal

    9/4/2021 · Tanzania's president Samia Suluhu Hassan is expected in Uganda for talks that should culminate into the signing of the deals on Sunday 11, a top official from Uganda’s Ministry

  • Refinery news roundup: New projects approach construction in Angola, Uganda | Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

    Projects to build the Soyo refinery in Angola and Uganda’s Albertine Graben are moving forward, with construction work set to begin at the facilities. In other news, Chad’s Ndjamena refinery