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Kenya: Refinery wants out of pipeline union

” Three years after the Kenya Pipeline Company took over the Kenya Petroleum Refinery Ltd in a government-forced merger, the…

Black Wednesday in Lagos As Pipeline Explosion Razes Over 50 Vehicles, 100 Houses

“It was a tragic Wednesday for residents of Awori, Abule-Egba, Oja-Oba, and Abattoir area of Oko-Oba, Lagos State yesterday, as…

Tanzania-Uganda Oil Pipeline Project Faces Delays

“An initial plan for Tanzania and Uganda to have first oil flow in 2020 through the Uganda-Tanzania Crude Oil Pipe…

Uganda expects pipeline financing deal by June 2019

“Uganda expects to conclude the financial deal for its joint pipeline with Tanzania by mid next year, opening the way…

Kenya: Crisis Meeting at Kenya Pipeline as Fuel Loss Climbs to Sh2.3 Billion

“The shocking revelation is contained in a paper prepared by the KPC Board finance committee, which indicates that the total…

Tanesco risks losing rights to a crucial gas pipeline deal

“Tanzania electricity supply firm Tanesco risks losing rights to a crucial gas pipeline deal if it does not pay Tsh248 billion…

Magufuli-Museveni deals to reshape East Africa

“The Magufuli-Museveni alliance appears to have caused two big deals; the US$3.25 billion loop of the Standard Gauge Railway through…

Kenyan oil

Total wants Kenyan oil to go through the Kampala-Dar pipleine route http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/Total-seeking-Kampala-Dar-pipeline-route-for-Kenya-oil-/2558-4072982-r2nfkv/index.html This is not the real bit of news….

Uganda and Tanzania make oil pipeline agreement

Uganda and Tanzania made a 3.6 US $ billion oil pipeline agreement http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/business/Tanzania-Uganda-ink-oil-pipeline-deal/2560-3943238-nd3m4xz/index.html You may also be interested in: Six…

Oil Pipeline blown up by militant group

A militant group called Red Scorpion is believed to be responsible for blowing up an oil pipeline http://allafrica.com/stories/201606240763.html You may…

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