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Tayebwa secures ACP-EU support for EACOP

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The African, Caribbean, Pacific-European Union (ACP-EU) Joint Parliamentary Assembly sitting in Maputo, Mozambique on Wednesday, 02 November 2022 voted to let Uganda proceed with developing the East African Crude Oil Pipeline Project (EACOP). The Ugandan delegation to the Maputo meeting led by Deputy Speaker Thomas …

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Omukama Iguru asks opposition to support oil pipeline project

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Omukama of Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom, His Highness Solomon Gafabusa Rukairabasaija Iguru has tasked the opposition in the country to jealously support the East African Crude Oil Pipeline-EACOP project, and reject the EU Parliament decision to stay it for a year. The European Parliament resolution adopted …

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10 Misconceptions about the Tilenga & EACOP Projects

SPECIAL FEATURE | THE INDEPENDENT | TotalEnergies answers the most frequently asked questions relating to Tilenga & EACOP projects in Uganda and Tanzania. ******** QUESTION: Why is TotalEnergies embarking on the Tilenga and EACOP projects when scientists from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the International Energy Agency and the …

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Nine remanded to Luzira prison over EACOP protests

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Nine students from various universities have been charged for being a common nuisance, and remanded to Luzira prisons. They include Imran Ntabazi, a student at Gulu University, David Musiri and Vincent Lubega Nsamba, from Makerere University, and six Kyambogo University students identified as Gerald Wenani, Gonga …

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EU resolution on EACOP

  ‘It’s engagement with the EU, not insults that will unlockUganda Oil project’ Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | As the fallout from the “emergency resolution” passed on Sept.15 by the European Parliament continues to rattle sections of Ugandans, one of the local civil society organisations that track developments in Uganda’s …

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