The governments of Republic of Uganda and United Republic of Tanzania sign the Inter-Governmental Agreement(IGA) for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Project. 26th May, 2017. The signing of the IGA is a significant milestone for the project.
INTER-GOVERNMENT AGREEMENT SIGNED
The EACOP is a 1,445km crude oil export pipeline that will transport Uganda’s crude oil from Kabaale - Hoima in Uganda to the Chongoleani peninsula near Tanga port in Tanzania
Land will be required to construct the East African Crude Oil Pipeline and related facilities. This land will be acquired on either temporary or permanent basis. The EACOP Project is committed to identifying and assiting impacted members of the community as necessary.
During the construction phase, the EACOP will create employment benefits in the form of thousands of jobs along the pipeline route.
The Economic Commission for Africa indicates that East Africa registered the fastest economic growth in 2016 compared with the other regions on the continent, projected to increase in 2017 and 2018.
We consider national content as key for the success of our operations. We will therefore promote national participation.
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During the construction phase, the EACOP will create employment benefits in the form of thousands of jobs throughout the pipeline route.
We provide answers to the most commonly asked questions and address your concerns about the EACOP Project.
crude oil export pipeline
export flow rate barrels per day at plateau production
increase in FDI of Uganda & Tanzania during the construction phase
tonnes of imported equipment
The Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC), the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) and the three oil companies, CNOOC, TOTAL and TULLOW PLC will be the shareholders of The East African Crude Oil Pipeline Project…Read more