It’s Official: Tullow Finally Leaves Uganda

The Ugandan Government and the Ugandan Revenue Authority have executed a binding Tax Agreement that reflects the pre-agreed principles on the tax treatment of the sale of Tullow’s Ugandan assets to TOTAL.

Tullow Oil, in a release this morning, October 21, 2020, says it is pleased to announce that the Ugandan Minister of Energy and Mineral Development has also approved the transfer of Tullow’s interests to Total and the transfer of operatorship for Block 2.

With all the Government-related conditions to closing having been satisfied, Tullow expects the transaction to close in the coming days after completing certain customary pre-closing steps with TOTAL.

“Tullow will provide a further update once the transaction has closed and funds have been received”, the London listed Tullow says. “On closing, Tullow will receive $500Million consideration and a further $75Million when a Final Investment Decision is taken on the development project.

“In addition, Tullow is entitled to receive contingent payments linked to the oil price payable after production”.



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