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Kenya Finalises Agreement For Crude Oil Pipeline

AFRICANGLOBE - Kenya has finalised an agreement with oil explorer Tullow Oil and its partners Africa Oil and A.P. Moller-Maersk for the development of a crude oil pipeline, as it bids to become an oil exporter, the president's office said.

Uganda, Kenya To Build World’s Longest Heated Oil Pipeline

AFRICANGLOBE - Should Uganda and Kenya finally build a crude oil export pipeline, it will be the longest heated such facility in the world. According to a report released last month by Tullow Oil Plc, both countries have agreed to build the pipeline and have commenced a comprehensive study on the pipeline.

Govt of South Sudan Accuses Sudan of Using Militia to Block...

AFRICANGLOBE - South Sudan accused the government of neighbouring Sudan on Tuesday of recruiting and using rebel militia to destabilise the young nation in order to block Juba's plans to build a new alternative oil pipeline. Deputy defence minister Majak D'Agot (L) and information minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin (R) at news conference in Juba, 12 February 2013 (ST)

Uganda, Kenya Recharge Plans For Oil Pipeline Link

AFRICANGLOBE - Uganda and Kenya have recharged plans for an oil pipeline aimed at transporting petroleum products between the two east African countries. Analysts praised...

Uganda’s Oil Pipeline Plans in Advanced Stage

The Ugandan government is set to construct two hubs within the Albertine region to feed the proposed oil refinery in Buseruka, Hoima district. Plans are...

Sudan Begs China for Help in Resolving Oil Dispute With S....

The Sudanese government (north) asked China to intervene and attempt to break the deadlock with South Sudan over the issue of oil. Sudan's foreign minister...

South Sudan Govt in Talks With Texas Company On Oil Pipeline

The government of South Sudan is in talks with a Texas-based company to explore options for building an oil pipeline which would serve as...

South Sudan and Kenya Sign Oil Pipeline Pact

Kenya and South Sudan have signed an agreement that will allow for the building of an oil pipeline connecting the two countries. The agreement signed in Juba on Wednesday and witnessed by Prime Minister Raila Odinga and South Sudan President Salva Kiir, will allow for a pipeline and fibre optic connections between the oil fields in South Sudan and the Kenyan port town of Lamu.The pipeline will be developed through Kenyan territory and will be built and owned by South Sudan.