Crude Below $50 Throws East Africa's Oil Projects Into DoubtBy
Oil discovery held great promise for Uganda and Kenya
PwC study says explorers had assumed prices higher than $80
Kenya and Uganda ended months of debate in August to sign an agreement on an oil pipeline costing almost $4 billion. Finding the money to build it and companies to start pumping crude may be a harder task.
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