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Total and CNOOC have agreed to work together with the Ugandan government to build a 30,000 barrels a day refinery. Crude oil was discovered in Uganda in 2006 but due to several ,KAMPALA, Apr 15: Uganda, France’s Total and China’s CNOOC have agreed to build a small oil refinery in the east African country, Uganda’s government said, in a step towards resolving disagreements that have delayed commercial oil production. They agreed on an initial processing capacity of 30,000 barrels per day – well below the 200,000

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Uganda says agrees on 30,000 bpd oil refinery with Total, CNOOC. KAMPALA, April 15 (Reuters) – Uganda, France’s Total and China’s CNOOC have agreed to build a small oil refinery in the east ,Uganda, Tanzania Agree To Build Crude Oil Pipeline To Indian Ocean. Total SA and Cnooc Ltd. to build a refinery and pipeline in the town. Uganda is expected to start pumping in 2018.

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French oil and gas major Total along with its partners has completed the final agreements required to build the $3.5bn Lake Albert development project in Uganda and Tanzania. The partners are China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC) and Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC). ,They are the Uganda National Oil Company, the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation, TOTAL and CNOOC. The HGA is an agreement allowing the partners to build a project (in this a pipeline) in or through another country. The HGA for Uganda was signed in April in Kampala *****

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Uganda is banking on Total E&P and CNOOC, which are the two companies in the joint venture for the country’s oil resources, to arrive at a Final Investment Decision, to start the drilling ,CNOOC starts construction of Taizhou lube refinery. China National Offshore Oil Corporation said on June 15 that it had officially started construction of an integrated petrochemical project in Taizhou, Jiangsu province, with a total investment of nearly 10.2 billion yuan (US$1.6 billion). The new plant would process heavy crude oil pumped from

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The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of 2020 and pave the way for Total and CNOOC to reach FID in 2021. Once FID is made, developing the sector will require several billion dollars of infrastructure investment to build and support a refinery, two central processing facilities, and the 1,445 km East African Crude Oil Pipeline ,Uganda is banking on Total E&P and CNOOC, which are the two companies in the joint venture for the country’s oil resources, to arrive at a Final Investment Decision, to start the drilling

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Total to start Uganda crude oil production in 2021 at the earliest Total, alongside China's CNOOC, are the majority owners and operators of Uganda's oilfields, while London-listed Tullow Oil owns a small stake but has left operations to its two bigger partners. ,In April, Total bought Tullow’s entire 33.3% stake in licenses in Uganda, as well as its stake in the pipeline for $575m. In addition to the Ugandan and Tanzanian governments, it will now develop the pipeline with CNOOC Ltd., a subsidiary of China’s national oil company.

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A newcomer on the oil scene, the landlocked country has welcomed Tullow Oil, CNOOC, and Total in its oil-rich regions. Uganda will have to build first a pipeline to export its oil and a refinery ,The major upstream companies operating in Uganda – Total, Tullow and Cnooc – had for long preferred a crude oil export pipeline because they felt the product had a more lucrative market abroad.

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The projects for which the FID will be signed include: the crude oil pipeline, Cnooc’s Kingfisher field and Total’s Tilenga oil development project. Combined, the three projects require between $10 billion and $15 billion, the biggest investment in the country’s history. However, Cnooc appears to be growing cold feet. ,The London-based firm law firm Clifford Chance is advising Total SA on legal matters, while CNOOC is advised by the Imperial Bank of China. In April 2020, Tullow Oil Plc sold its "entire interests in Uganda's Lake Albert development project, including the East African Crude Oil Pipeline", to Total S.A., for a consideration of US$575 million.

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They are the Uganda National Oil Company, the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation, TOTAL and CNOOC. The HGA is an agreement allowing the partners to build a project (in this a pipeline) in or through another country. The HGA for Uganda was signed in April in Kampala . URN ,In April, Total bought Tullow’s entire 33.3% stake in licenses in Uganda, as well as its stake in the pipeline for $575m. In addition to the Ugandan and Tanzanian governments, it will now develop the pipeline with CNOOC Ltd., a subsidiary of China’s national oil company.

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If the deal was successful, Total and CNOOC would have each increased their interest to 44.1% while Tullow would have kept 11.8%. Total’s interest will, therefore, remain at 33.3% on blocks EA1, EA2 and EA3 prior to the 15% national company back-in. The company is the operator of block EA1, which contains the largest part of the reserves. ,The major upstream companies operating in Uganda – Total, Tullow and Cnooc – had for long preferred a crude oil export pipeline because they felt the product had a more lucrative market abroad.

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The refinery, to be located in Kabaale in Hoima district, is expected to double its crude processing capacity from 30,000 to 60,000 barrels per day. Beginning in 2020, the plant will be supplied by fields with over 6.5 billion barrels of crude, being exploited by Total, London-based Tullow and China's CNOOC Ltd. ,The London-based firm law firm Clifford Chance is advising Total SA on legal matters, while CNOOC is advised by the Imperial Bank of China. In April 2020, Tullow Oil Plc sold its "entire interests in Uganda's Lake Albert development project, including the East African Crude Oil Pipeline", to Total S.A., for a consideration of US$575 million.

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The signing of the Host Government Agreement with the French energy giant Total paves the way for the construction of a 1,440-km crude oil pipeline from Uganda’s Albertine region to Tanzanian seaport city of Tanga. Total has contracted Mota Engil Uganda, a subsidiary of Portugal-based construction group Mota-Engil, to handle the initial works ,A consortium led by Russia’s RT-Global Resources is announced winner of the bid to build Uganda’s crude oil refinery in Hoima. Another consortium, led by South Korea’s SK Group comes second. Many industry observers are quick to point out that RT Global Resources’ Russian-owned mother company, Rostec, is a military contractor that has

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