Museveni is to visit Dar today for EACOP signing

Geza Ulole

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Museveni off to Tanzania to finalise oil pipeline deal

President Museveni is any time from now expected in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es Salaam to finalise the signing of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline agreement, the Nile Post has learnt.


President Museveni is any time from now expected in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es Salaam to finalise the signing of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline agreement, the Nile Post has learnt.

The signing ceremony will happen tomorrow as Tanzania appends signature on the Host Government Agreement for the East Africa crude oil pipeline tomorrow to complete a set of crucial legal docs for the project to proceed.

This comes after the 30 days that Tanzania requested for, before it declares how much shareholding it will take in the East African crude oil pipeline elapsed yesterday.

In April, Uganda and Tanzania, together with two oil companies including Total E&P, and China’s CNOOC.

The two countries together with the oil companies signed the Tariff and Transportation Agreement (TTA) between the pipeline company and the shippers of the crude oil through the pipeline.

The two governments and oil firms also signed the Host Government Agreement for the Republic of Uganda and the shareholding Agreement (SHA) for shareholders to the EACOP Company.

Shareholders in the East African Oil Pipeline(EACOP) include the Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC)on behalf of the Ugandan government, the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), Total E&P, and CNOOC.

With French company French Total E&P owning a majority stake of 72% in the pipeline, Uganda has 15% whereas CNOOC has 8% and Tanzania has 5%.

The 1,445-kilometer-long East African Crude Oil Pipeline draws crude oil from wells in western Uganda in Hoima district to Tanzania’s seaport of Tanga.

It will cover 296km in Uganda passing through Hoima, Kyankwanzi, Mubende, Gomba, Kyotera, Lwengo, Ssembabule, Rakai, and Kikuube and 1443km in Tanzania through the regions of Kagera, Gieta, Shinyanga, Tabora, Singida, Dodoma, Manyara, and Tanga.







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Geza Ulole

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The situation and moody by Wakunya....

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Kuna Mlazy mmoja alitudanganya kwamba mikataba zote zilikuwa zimetiwa saini mwezi uliopita.
 

Geza Ulole

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Kuna Mlazy mmoja alitudanganya kwamba mikataba zote zilikuwa zimetiwa saini mwezi uliopita.
does it make difference if was not signed last month and is being signed today? tested ur understanding and good enough u didn't know the processes! BTW Tanzania had requested for a postponement of signing in Kampala to allow to raise her stake in EACOP from 5% to 15%!

The situation and moody by Wakunya.

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Museveni off to Tanzania to finalise oil pipeline deal

President Museveni is any time from now expected in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es Salaam to finalise the signing of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline agreement, the Nile Post has learnt.


President Museveni is any time from now expected in the Tanzanian capital, Dar es Salaam to finalise the signing of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline agreement, the Nile Post has learnt.

The signing ceremony will happen tomorrow as Tanzania appends signature on the Host Government Agreement for the East Africa crude oil pipeline tomorrow to complete a set of crucial legal docs for the project to proceed.

This comes after the 30 days that Tanzania requested for, before it declares how much shareholding it will take in the East African crude oil pipeline elapsed yesterday.

In April, Uganda and Tanzania, together with two oil companies including Total E&P, and China’s CNOOC.

The two countries together with the oil companies signed the Tariff and Transportation Agreement (TTA) between the pipeline company and the shippers of the crude oil through the pipeline.

The two governments and oil firms also signed the Host Government Agreement for the Republic of Uganda and the shareholding Agreement (SHA) for shareholders to the EACOP Company.

Shareholders in the East African Oil Pipeline(EACOP) include the Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC)on behalf of the Ugandan government, the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), Total E&P, and CNOOC.

With French company French Total E&P owning a majority stake of 72% in the pipeline, Uganda has 15% whereas CNOOC has 8% and Tanzania has 5%.

The 1,445-kilometer-long East African Crude Oil Pipeline draws crude oil from wells in western Uganda in Hoima district to Tanzania’s seaport of Tanga.

It will cover 296km in Uganda passing through Hoima, Kyankwanzi, Mubende, Gomba, Kyotera, Lwengo, Ssembabule, Rakai, and Kikuube and 1443km in Tanzania through the regions of Kagera, Gieta, Shinyanga, Tabora, Singida, Dodoma, Manyara, and Tanga.







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JPM akafufuka leo akumuona SSH alivyo vaa barakoa na hiyo barakoa ilivyompendeza atazimia.
 

Geza Ulole

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Mbona unapenda kuandika ukweli hivi
Huyu Mkunya Tony254 ana-bore yaani ana wivu kama mwanamke! Halafu naomba asikilize speech ya Museveni kasema mbali na mafuta zaidi toka Albertine region, proven oil reserves toka Karamoja region, South Sudan, DRC na Burundi zitatatumia hili bomba! Halafu Waziri wa Nishati kasema uwezekano wa mafuta sehemu tatu Tanzania ni mkubwa!









Economic realignment of EACOP countries imeanza!



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babayao255

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Huyu Mkunya Tony254 ana-bore yaani ana wivu kama mwanamke! Halafu naomba asikilize speech ya Museveni kasema mbali na mafuta zaidi toka Albertine region, Karamoja region. South Sudan, DRC na Burundi watatumia hili bomba! Halafu Waziri wa Nishati kasema uwezekano wa mafuta sehemu tatu Tanzania ni mkubwa!


Masikini kuria facts...anatia huruma...EACOP inamyima usingizi
 

Geza Ulole

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Sasa hivi anaelekea kukupiga block & ignore ili asiwe anaona updates za EACOP!
Kuna sababu kwann profile picture yangu ina bomba la mafuta la EACOP kwa mwaka wa tano sasa na itakaa mpaka 2025 mafuta yakianza kusafirishwa! Hii picha niliiweka siku JPM anatangaza pipeline ya Uganda itajengwa Tanzania tena mbele ya Uhuru Arusha kwenye mkutano wa EAC!













 

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