Risk of poverty after land acquisitions for Uganda’s mega oil pipeline

The construction of the world’s longest heated crude oil pipeline between Uganda’s Lake Albert and the shoreline of Tanzania is threatening the livelihoods of hundreds of families. The companies responsible for the 1,443km pipeline, including China’s CNOOC and France’s TotalEnergies, are accused of providing inadequate compensation to displaced families, increasing the vulnerability of elderly and… Continue reading Risk of poverty after land acquisitions for Uganda’s mega oil pipeline

Uganda’s Oil Pipeline Project Threatens Livelihoods of Thousands of Displaced People 

Uganda’s Oil Pipeline Project Threatening Livelihoods of Thousands of Displaced People  Kampala, 16 November 2022:- A newly published field report by Just Finance International and the Environment Governance Institute in Uganda finds that Chinese state oil company CNOOC and French multinational oil and gas company TotalEnergies are complicit in threatening the livelihoods of hundreds of… Continue reading Uganda’s Oil Pipeline Project Threatens Livelihoods of Thousands of Displaced People