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Kenya and Tanzania Sign Gas Pipeline Deal; To Jointly Combat COVID-19

East African countries, Kenya and Tanzania, have signed a gas pipeline deal that is to run between the coastal cities of Mombasa in Kenya and Dar es Salaam in Tanzania....
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Lenders Withdrawing from Total’s Hoima – Tanga Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP)

Several lenders are reportedly walking away from financing the Total SE-sponsored  EACOP project, barely three weeks after the official launch. Last week, it was reported in French Newspaper, Les Echos,...
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Tanzanian Minister of Energy Issues 3-month Ultimatum for Nyakanazi Power Project

The Tanzanian Minister of Energy, Dr Medard Kalemani, has issued a three-month ultimatum to the Contractor of the Nyakanazi Power Cooling Sub-Station located in Biharamulo District for the completion of...
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Tanzania to Resume Oil and Gas Negotiations with IOCs in 2021

The Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) is hopeful that the Host Government Agreement (HGA) negotiations between the government and International Oil and Gas Companies on the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)...
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Tanzania Sees an Increase in Gas Production and Supply; Malawi Increases Fuel Price

Wentworth Resources Limited announced an increase in production of natural gas in Mnazi Bay, Tanzania, in November 2020. The increase in demand caused the production at the Bay to rise...
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Wentworth Resources Publishes Operational Update for 2020

Tanzania-focused natural gas production company, Wentworth Resources, has announced its Financial, Operational, Sustainability and its Sustainable Dividend Policy for 2020. It announced that Mnazi Bay continues to remain fully operational...
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AfDB Grants $1 million to Uganda and Tanzania and EACOP

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has granted $1 million to the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project. Half of the total amount is for Uganda while the other is...
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Construction of the EACOP to Begin by the End of June 2021 – Minister Kitutu

The Ugandan Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, Dr Mary Goretti Kitutu, has confirmed that the construction of the 1,445-kilometre East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) is to commence in...
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Helium One to Source Finance for Tanzanian Drilling in London

 Helium One plans to list on London's AIM to finance its plans for drilling in Tanzania. It aims at landing on London's AIM on December 3rd via a reverse takeover of...
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Westwood Study Reveals stalled Oil and Gas Resources in Mozambique, Tanzania, Brazil & Others

A study by Westwood has revealed that there is a potential $65 billion worth of stalled oil and gas resources in the world, with the majority volume of stalled gas...
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