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Rostec won the tender for construction of the first Uganda refinery
RT Global Resources, a Rostec subsidiary, won the tender for construction a refinery in Uganda. The Rostec win in this tender was the first achievement of this kind for a Russian company in Africa in new history of Russia. Total investments amount to above 3 billion dollars. Implementation of this project will generate additional demand for high-tech Russian equipment (either «within the scope of this project we will see the transfer of Russian technologies).

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Eversheds advises Government of Uganda on first oil refinery
Global law firm Eversheds is advising the Government of Uganda on the procurement of a lead investor and operator for development and operation of the country’s first oil refinery.

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Uganda: Total finalizes its entry in Exploration and Production along with Tullow and CNOOC
Total announces the finalization of its farm-in with Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) for an interest of 33% 1/3, covering licences EA*-1, EA-2, the new Kanywataba license and the Kingfisher production licence. All these licences are located in the Lake Albert region where oil resources have already been discovered, with a remaining important potential to be explored.

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Government of Uganda and Tullow sign Production Sharing Agreements
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) is pleased to announce that it has signed two new Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs) with the Government of Uganda. The new PSAs cover the EA-1 and Kanywataba licences in the Lake Albert Rift Basin. Tullow has also been awarded the Kingfisher production licence.

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Launch of Vivo Energy signals new era for African energy
Vivo Energy, the company formed by Vitol, Helios Investment Partners and Shell to distribute and market Shell-branded fuels and lubricants across Africa, enters its first day of trading today in 7 countries: Cape Verde, Mauritius, Madagascar, Morocco, Mali, Senegal and Tunisia. Over the next few weeks, the Shell companies in these 7 countries will register their new names, starting today in Morocco, where Societe Shell du Maroc has become Vivo Energy Maroc. All businesses will use Vivo Energy as the name of their corporate entity. Also making its debut today is Shell and Vivo Lubricants, which will manufacture and blend Shell branded lubricants for distribution across Africa. It will market and sell lubricants through exclusive Master Distribution Agreements with Vivo Energy companies.

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Ghana and Uganda well update: Banda-1, Jobi-East-1 and Mpyo-3
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) announces that the Banda-1 exploration well in the West Cape Three Points licence offshore Ghana has discovered oil in Cenomanian-aged reservoirs and that the Jobi-East-1 and Mpyo-3 wells, in Exploration Area 1 (EA1) onshore Uganda, have both successfully encountered oil in line with pre-drill expectations.

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Tullow Oil Ghana and Uganda exploration and appraisal well update
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) announces a successful Tweneboa-4 appraisal well offshore Ghana and the commencement of a major exploration and appraisal campaign in the Lake Albert Rift basin, onshore Uganda.

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Uganda Sale and Purchase Agreements signed between Tullow, CNOOC and Total for $2.9 billion total cash consideration
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) is delighted to announce that yesterday it signed Sale and Purchase Agreements (SPAs) with CNOOC and Total in respect of the sale of a one third interest to each party of the interests Tullow holds in Exploration Areas 1, 2 and 3A in Uganda. Tullow will retain a one third interest. The terms of the transactions include a total cash consideration payable to Tullow of US$2.9 billion.

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MoU signed between Tullow and the Government of Uganda
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) is pleased to announce that after many months of discussions it has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Uganda (GoU). This agreement satisfies the GoU's taxation concerns and enables Tullow, CNOOC and Total to proceed with the basin-wide development with the full support and commitment of the GoU.

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Tower Resources PLC, the oil and gas exploration company with interests in Namibia and Uganda, provides an update on operations
Tower Resources PLC (AIM:TRP), the oil and gas exploration company with interests in sub-Saharan Africa, principally in Namibia and Uganda, is pleased to provide an update to shareholders on its current operations in each country, managed by wholly-owned subsidiaries Neptune Petroleum (Namibia) Limited and Neptune Petroleum (Uganda) Limited.

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