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East Africa's export pipeline decision: context and impact

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Uganda s crude oil will be exported via Tanzania following a decision taken at a presidential summit in mid April. The route has a number of advantages for Uganda but the outcome has wider implications for the future of onshore oil and gas development in East Africa. With a shared pipeline to the Kenya coast no longer an option the partners in Kenya's South Lokichar development must now evaluate the economics of a standalone export solution. In this insight we examine the context and impact of the decision on the developments and key stakeholders in Uganda and Kenya.

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  • Export pipeline route options subject to discussions
  • East Africa pipeline routes selected in April 2016
  • Lake Albert development valuation
  • South Lokichar development valuation
  • East Africa's export pipeline decision: context and impact: Image 5

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  • Kenya and Uganda assets - key attributes
  • East Africa's export pipeline decision: context and impact: Table 2
  • Uganda and Kenya pipelines - key attributes
  • East Africa's export pipeline decision: context and impact: Table 4
  • East Africa's export pipeline decision: context and impact: Table 5

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