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TotalEnergies to offer shares to employees globally

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The global multi-energy company, TotalEnergies is to offer shares to its current and former employees in 94 countries. The French Company whose subsidiary is developing the Tilenga project in the Albertine and the East African Crude Oil Pipeline said over fifty-two thousand employees (52,602) in …

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TotalEnergies defended over London design for Tilenga

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Petroleum Authority of Uganda has granted TotalEnergies clearance to conduct detailed engineering designs for the 190,000-barrel Central Processing Facility (CPF) outside of the country. Although there have been concerns that TotalEnergies may have flouted national content rules or denied Ugandan engineers from working on …

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TotalEnergies restates that Uganda oil plans on track

Patrick Pouyanne says in Uganda and elsewhere, TotalEnergies will focus on investments in low-cost and low-carbon assets. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The French oil major TotalEnergies has affirmed its total commitment to extract Uganda’s oil despite concerns by climate activists. The company has been under intense pressure to …

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What next for NGOs against Uganda oil?

French Court dismissal of case against TotalEnergies shatters hope Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | On Feb.28, the Paris Civil Court dismissed a landmark case filed by six French and Ugandan NGOs against French oil major, TotalEnergies, for the oil project it is currently developing in Uganda. The environmental groups wanted …

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French court rules in favour of Uganda’s oil industry

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A court in France has dismissed a case brought against TotalEnergies by activists who sought to halt oil and gas development activities in Uganda. The six nongovernmental organizations claimed that the projects being implemented by the energy company in Uganda and Tanzania violated the human rights …

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