In September 2014, the governments of Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya, under the Northern Corridor Integration Projects (which consists of those three countries, plus South Sudan), called for bids to build a pipeline from Eldoret, Kenya, through Kampala to Kigali. The first stage would run from Eldoret to Kampala, and would have a 12-inch diameter; the second stage would run from Kampala to Kigali, and would have an unspecified diameter. The pipeline would carry refined petroleum products; it would replace oil tanker trucks as the current mode of transport of petroleum products to Kampala and Kigale. At the time, completion was planned for 2017.
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