The government of Uganda has approved construction of a crude pipeline project worth US $3.5bn. The country’s cabinet approved the application to construct the pipeline by the East African Crude Oil Pipeline Company Ltd (EACOP).
The energy crisis in Europe has helped the United States position itself as the world’s largest LNG exporter. The United States, as the world’s biggest LNG exporter, also has the world’s largest backlog of near-shovel-ready liquefied natural gas projects. Limited pipeline capacity remains the biggest hurdle to expanding the sector. The United States has become […]
If the U.S. wants its LNG exports to continue to grow, it will need more pipelines in order to get the gas to export terminals.
Energy insecurity in the United States is a complicated issue and one that may not be fixed by a simple change of tune on the pipeline.
A province in eastern Thailand has declared a state of emergency after crude oil reached its beaches following an oil spill from a ruptured pipeline late last month.
Uganda is determined to expand its oil industry and, ultimately, to become an exporter of crude oil and products via a record-breaking pipeline