Uganda Agrees to Plan for Oil Pipeline to New Kenya Port

Uganda has agreed to a plan to build a pipeline from its oilfields to a new port being developed on Kenya’s northern coast, Uganda’s foreign minister said on Tuesday, enabling crude exports and boosting its oil industry.
The pipeline to Kenya’s Lamu port, where work on berths is starting, would also provide a route to export crude oil from South Sudan, which now relies on a pipeline through its northern neighbor Sudan. Rows between the two have disrupted flows.

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