All activities on an oil pipeline planned to export crude from Uganda have been suspended, following the collapse of a stake acquisition deal in a key Ugandan oil project, an industry official told Reuters. The East-African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) is planned to be a 1,443-kilometer-long (897 miles) pipeline worth US$3.5 billion and expected to transport oil from Uganda to the Tanga port in Tanzania. Last week, Tullow Oil said that its agreement to sell part of its stake in the Lake Albert project to France’s Total and China’s…