Uganda expects to start pumping oil in 2022, later than a previous target for 2021, because of lack of infrastructure and disagreements over taxes and plans with operators. Uganda is now looking to begin production by 2022, from the Kingfisher and Tilenga blocks, Energy Minister Irene Muloni told Reuters on the sidelines of an energy conference in India. Uganda is one of the hot spots for oil development in sub-Saharan Africa. A newcomer on the oil scene, the landlocked country has welcomed Tullow Oil, CNOOC, and Total in its oil-rich regions.…