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Sub-Sahara Africa upstream month in brief: Total makes big bet in Uganda

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Report summary

Total takes majority stake in Uganda, while BW Offshore becomes an upstream operator; Eni/Shell lose OPL 245 licence as probe continues and Nigeria's proposed fiscal changes; Cameroon gas projects at a junction but Mozambique desperate for LNG revenues; ExxonMobil and Shell come up short in the deep water as Tullow announces more exploration success; Adam Barrow is confirmed president of The Gambia as political tension eases; Equatorial Guinea makes bid to join OPEC; and the Cameroonian team are crowned kings of African football.

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  • Fiscals
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