Tagged With Kenya
Uganda leading pipeline race
13 February 2018
The country's oil-export pipeline will make progress. Tanzania's LNG plans probably won’t
Tullow seeks rapid FID for Kenya oil project
8 February 2018
The London-based firm, which made an operating profit in 2017 for the first time in three years, says it is in talks with the government over a $1.1bn pipeline
A brighter year for Africa
24 January 2018
Senegal's and Mozambique's projects gained momentum, Nigeria's production started to rise again
Kenya's oil: trucking along
16 January 2018
With the country's contentious elections out of the way, Tullow hopes that development of its oil reserves will now progress
Kenya's oil pipeline plans stall amid political tension
2 November 2017
A project to build an oil pipeline from reserves in the north of the country to the coast is inching forward - slowly
Nervy times in Kenya's elections
11 August 2017
Oil companies will be hoping that the relatively calm passing of the country's presidential elections will pave the way for faster progress towards pipeline exports
Uganda-Tanzanian pipe dream
10 August 2017
The Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline route is close to becoming a reality. Kenya will have to go it alone
East Africa—can we talk?
14 June 2017
East Africa's new oil producers could maximise the industry's potential by working together, but that's easier said than done
Tanga time
3 May 2016
Tanzania and Kenya fought hard to win Uganda’s approval for an oil-export route. Tanzania won
Uncertainties persist over African pipeline route
19 January 2016
A pipeline to ship oil from Kenya and Uganda to Africa’s east coast has become essential, but agreements on the route are far from settled
Maersk buys 50% of Africa Oil’s onshore assets
11 November 2015
The Danish business buys 50% of Africa Oil’s stakes in onshore exploration licences
Meeting East Africa's oil expectations in Kenya
29 May 2014
The next 12 months will be critical for the region's hydrocarbons play. But as Will Crisp discovers, the challenges ahead extend beyond firming up reserves
East African refined products pipeline firms up
5 February 2014
The governments of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda are planning to construct an East African refined products pipeline, in a move to end the unreliability of truck supplies to inland East Africa
Kenya edges closer to the big league with drilling campaigns
25 October 2013
New drilling campaigns underway will decide whether the country joins its neighbours as an East African upstream player
Tullow discovery lifts hopes for Kenyan onshore
4 April 2012
An oil discovery in the remote northwest of Kenya, made by Tullow with its first well in the country, raises hopes for an oil boom to match that of neighbouring Uganda
South Sudan eyes Kenya export pipeline link
2 September 2011
The pipeline link would provide an alternative to the transit fee currently paid by South Sudan
South Sudan plots oil pipeline to Kenya
6 July 2011
A new oil pipeline from South Sudan to Kenya would solidify its the country’s independence from the north, said a government minister in Juba today
Uganda's neighbours Kenya and Tanzania eye the oil club
24 February 2011
On the heels of Uganda's upstream success, Kenya and Tanzania are stepping up oil and gas exploration efforts
Tullow Oil looks north in the Rift Valley
30 September 2010
Tullow Oil has taken stakes in Kenyan and Ethiopian exploration acreage, undeterred by problems surrounding its Ugandan discoveries
Africa: searching east and west
1 December 2006
The African continent can justify its reputation as a difficult place to operate – but it offers frontier territory, with a range of risks and rewards to interest majors and minnows. Recent months have seen an uprating of prospects in the neglected east, while work in the deep waters off the western coast continues at a pace limited only by the availability of drill-ships, Martin Quinlan writes