East Africa Crude Oil Project – Uganda and Total Sign Crude Oil Pipeline Deal

Conversations about oil and gas industry, the issues affecting the sector such as crude oil prices, supply and demand dynamics, business or career opportunities are discussed on this YouTube channel.

The government of Uganda and French oil major Total signed a deal that will see the construction of East African crude oil pipeline (EACOP). The host government agreement paves the way for this important oil pipeline project, estimated to cost $3.5 billion.

Uganda National Oil also signed an agreement that will see the organization participate in this project, representing the interests of the people and government of Uganda.

A similar agreement was signed with the government of Tanzania.

During the Upstream Awards which were held in September, 2019 at Sheraton Hotel in Kampala, the then Minister of Energy, Eng. irene Muloni had assured the oil and gas industry stakeholders that the deal was on. This has followed the suspension of Total from the pipeline project following collapse of the Tullow Oil’s share sale.

These issues have since been sorted out.

This and more upstream awards conversation, as well as oil and gas virtual summit discussions can be watched on YouTube.

In this regard, I would encourage you to consider subscribing to channel. Click HERE to subscribe to the YouTube channel.

You will get a great deal of videos on YouTube from industry leaders, such as from BP and ExxonMobil discussing issues affecting the industry.

To start with is the conversation around leadership and management during a crisis. Watch below

Leadership and Management During a Crisis

With the oil and gas crisis witnessed in 2020 which saw negative crude oil prices, this discussion around what leaders should do in a crisis is important to help people deal with overwhelm and anxiety.