Tagged With Tullow Oil
Tax row hangs over Uganda upstream
24 February 2011
With a new exploration licensing round planned, Tullow Oil's tax row with the government may dampen upstream investors' appetite for Uganda, writes Ian Lewis
Second Sierra Leone discovery lifts new oil province
14 December 2010
Anadarko has made a second oil discovery off Sierra Leone, validating its interpretation of the area's geology and raising prospects for a new province spanning four countries
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
Ghana: A third world-class discovery
30 September 2010
Appraisal of Tullow Oil's recent Owo discovery has confirmed it to be a substantial oil and condensate field, with strong prospects for following Jubilee and Tweneboa to become Ghana's third stand-alone development
Uganda: Heritage wins in tax dispute
29 July 2010
HERITAGE Oil has won an important breakthrough in its battle with the Ugandan government over a disputed tax liability on the sale of its stakes in two oil blocks
Ghana: Jubilee area grows and grows
1 July 2010
The firm said geoscience and engineering studies are under way "to advance development planning" for the Southeast Jubilee area
Ghana's Jubilee area grows and grows
17 June 2010
Oil production from Ghana's Greater Jubilee area is on-track to start before the end of the year
Uganda: Eni pounces on Lake Albert oil
4 January 2010
Eni makes bid to purchase Heritage
West Africa's new oil province
1 December 2009
Fresh ideas on west Africa's geology could open up a new oil province stretching across four countries, Martin Quinlan writes
Ghana drives a hard deal on Jubilee oil interest
1 December 2009
Kosmos' sale of its interest in the Jubilee oil field has pitted Ghana's GNPC against the world's largest oil companies, Martin Quinlan writes
Uganda: now it gets difficult
3 August 2009
World-class oil reserves have been established in Uganda's Lake Albert area. The problem now is exploiting them, Martin Quinlan writes
Oil firms get innovative with financing
1 June 2009
The credit crunch and lower oil prices have forced oil companies, both big and small, to become much more innovative in their financing methods, NJ Watson writes
Ghana: big-time oil in two years
25 November 2008
Oil is due to start flowing from the potentially billion-barrel Jubilee field in October 2010, with the prospect of more to come from structures nearby. Cracking the area's deep-water geology has led to forecasts that Ghana will become Africa's next oil-boom state, Martin Quinlan writes
Gabon plumbs the depths
1 October 2008
The country may hold significant sub-salt hydrocarbon reserves, but interest in Gabon's deep water is thin, writes Ian Lewis
Safe hands
1 April 2005
Two deals – the purchase of North Sea assets from BP in 2000 and last year's take-over of Energy Africa – have changed perceptions about Tullow Oil in both the industry and the City. Aidan Heavey, the company's chief executive, talks to Steve Hawkes