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East African Explorers Seek Third Partner For Kenya Oil Fields Development

 East African explorers, Africa Oil and its partner Tullow Oil, have told Reuters they could take on a third partner to help develop oil discoveries in northern Kenya where they discovered an estimated 600 million barrel in Block 13 T and Block 10 BB in South Lokichar Basin. “We will likely bring on a partner to help develop Lokichar Basin reserves but no timetable has been set,” Africa Oil’s chief executive officer Keith Hill told Reuters. East Africa has.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 27th August 2014

EAST AFRICAN OIL & GAS DISCOVERIES STIR GLOBAL EXPLORER INTEREST

 Gas and oil discoveries in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya has led to East Africa receiving its share of attention from global oil companies. “Oil discoveries in Uganda Tanzania and Kenya have also added to the excitement in the sector as new players look to enter these markets, including some of the largest independent and international oil companies, “ Harley, president of DHL Energy Sector noted. He added that, while Angola and Nigeria have always been the most.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 27th August 2014

East Africa Oil Boom

 East Africa is the new oil and gas frontier. Recent discoveries of commercially viable deposits in the last few years in Tanzania, Kenya, Mozambique, and Uganda among others have sparked excitement and equal concern in the region. The potential of oil and gas exports have currently prompted an economic boom that could last for the next few decades, or at least until the tap runs dry. But the talk of prosperity is softened by the typical concerns over the resource curse and the.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 27th August 2014

Nigeria: Govt Borrows N300 Billion for Electricity Transmission

 The federal government has borrowed a total of $1.9bn (N300 billion), as part of electricity transmission expansion capacity.   The funding came from various sources as part of the target to meet the 20,000mw transmission capacity in the year 2020, records indicated.   Daily Trust gathered that so far $4 billion (N647.6bn) was generated by government out of the $16 billion (N2.6 trillion) target to achieve the 20,000 megawatts transmission capacity before.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 27th August 2014

Kenya: East Africa Spectre Seeks Clearance for LPG Factory

 A company linked to the Odinga family plans to set up an LPG filling and oil depot at Nairobi's Embakasi area as demand for cooking gas rises.   Demand for the liquefied petroleum gas in the country is expected to increase steadily and several firms in the oil and gas industry have recently embarked on building inland LPG filling depots to capitalise on the projected boom.   In a notice published Friday in the Kenya Gazette, National Environmental Management.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 27th August 2014

Tanzania: Coal Mine to Last Century Producing 300MW

  Ngaka — THE government has been assured that Ngaka coal mine reserves can serve the country for more than 100 years producing 300KW of power and other commercial needs.   Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral, Mr Eliakim Maswi, was told that the projection was drawn from the 423-million tonnes of coal resources the mine has.   Tancoal Chief Operating Officer, Tarn Brereton said on Monday that there was more than enough coal for generating.... Read more »

Posted on : Wednesday , 27th August 2014

Kenya looks into establishing oil and gas industrial parks

 As East Africa potential to become a major global oil and gas producer continues to attract international investors Kenya is already looking into establishing Oil and Gas Industrial Parks and Support Bases. According to a presentation by the National oil corporation’s managing director Sumayya Athmani during the stakeholder forum for oil and gas in June the plans that are an infancy stage include a supply base to support offshore operations that are happening on the.... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 26th August 2014

Smaller firms will lead East Africa's oil and gas development

 * East Africa's huge gas reserves a big lure; proximity to Asia attractive   * Smaller explorers set to kick start development   * Majors cut investments as margins squeezed   Smaller oil explorers willing to take financial and operational risks will lead the development of East Africa's oil and gas industry as majors ditch riskier projects as margins fall, executives from several oil and gas firms said on Tuesday.   The region has emerged as a.... Read more »

Posted on : Tuesday , 26th August 2014

Nine Energy Transmission Projects worth US$4bn Identified in Southern Africa

Nine energy transmission projects valued at above US$4bn have been identified in the Southern Africa region for promotion and marketing. These nine projects are in different stages of development according to the report released in the 34th Summit of SADC in Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. The projects include the Flagship ZizaBona interconnector project which will be implemented by Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Namibia. There is also the Central Transmission Corridor (CTC) and the.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 25th August 2014

Arab Contractors to implement $27m new road projects in Egypt

 Arab Contractors Company (AC), a leading construction firm has been awarded a tender worth $27M to implement construction of 400km roads stretch in Egypt. In a statement sent to the media by Arab Contractors Company (AC) and signed by the board of Directors Eng. Mohsen Salah, the company is still negotiating to obtain an extra 200 km so that the targeted length of implementing the projects for the first phase will be up to 600 Km. The statement added that the company is.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 25th August 2014

Tanzania: Stable Energy Supply Pillar for Growth

 SUPPRESSED electricity demand in the country can be resolved by ensuring that there is additional generation capacity using acceptable technologies and fuel which is naturally available to Tanzanians.     This was said by Mr Harbinder Singh Sethi, the Executive Chairman of Independent Power Tanzania Limited (IPTL) a subsidiary of Pan African Power Solutions (PAP) during a media tour at the Company's power plant in Tegeta area Dar es Salaam.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 25th August 2014

Tanzania: Kinyerezi Power Plant Ready Soon

 Kilwa — KINYEREZI One power processing plant is expected to go on trial by the end of this year to generate and supply power from natural gas under the transportation pipeline project.     Briefing the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, who is on a pipeline project visit, the project Manager, Engineer Simon Ngilima said that they are also expected to distribute the gas to commercial consumers as well.     He told the.... Read more »

Posted on : Monday , 25th August 2014



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