Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania's Oil Pipeline Talks in Final Stage

According to insiders, Tanzania has offered to waive transit charges and land fees while Kenya is offering a U.S.$0,38 cents levy per barrel.
  • Uganda:   Oil Pipeline Talks Enter Final Stages

    Monitor, 15 April 2016

    Officials from Kenya and Tanzania arrived in the country on Tuesday for a three-day meeting to continue discussions with their Ugandan counterparts to narrow down on three options… Read more »

Tanzania has joined Kenya and Uganda in the search for a least cost option for a pipeline that will take crude oil from East Africa to export markets and allow its natural gas to be exported to neighbouring countries.


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