Tanzania and Uganda on Friday signed an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) paving the way for construction of the proposed $3.55 billion (about Sh367 billion) crude oil pipeline in Kampala, Business Daily reports.
The 1,445 km-long, 24-inch diameter pipeline is expected to be complete by the year 2020. The project will start from Hoima, Uganda and terminate at Tanzania’s Indian Ocean seaport of Tanga.
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Tanzania’s Minister for Constitution and Legal Affairs, Prof Palamagamba Kabudi and Uganda’s minister of Energy Irene Muloni represented their two countries during the signing of the project early Friday.