A Total petrol station in Kampala Uganda. Total SE signed agreements along with Ugandan officials for an oil development set to transform the East African nation into a significant crude producer and exporter. Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne was among those who signed deals Sunday, according to a broadcast of the ceremony attended by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan. The agreements faced multiple delays since the first commercial discoveries of oil were made 15 years ago. China’s biggest offshore oil and gas producer, Cnooc Ltd. , and Uganda National Oil Co. are also partners who participated. Uganda National Oil Co. said late on Thursday that it expected a final investment decision related to the pipeline to be announced on Sunday. Pouyanne called the signing of pacts a historic milestone for the production work and export pipeline that will draw more than $10 billion of investment. […]