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  • Kenya Pipeline Boosts Oil-Storage Capacity By 22% with the Introduction of Tanks

    Posted on :Wednesday , 14th March 2018

     Managing Director Joe Sang said that Kenya Pipeline Co. will spend 5.3 billion shillings ($52 million) building four new tanks that will increase its storage space by more than a fifth.

    KPC is adding capacity to meet growing demand for fuels in East Africa, the continent’s fastest growing sub-region, according to the African Development Bank. The additio. . .

  • Positive Emergence in Africas Gas Sector

    Posted on :Monday , 12th March 2018

     Gas discoveries worldwide have outsized oil finds by a ratio of two to one over the past two decades. Led by ‘colossal’ finds in East Africa, Africa’s gas reserves have risen by some two-thirds in recent years. The continent’s proven gas reserves of 503.3 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) at end-2016 (BP data) were mainly concentrated in Algeria, Egypt, and Nigeria –. . .

  • Kenya- Total’s Entry into Oil and Gas

    Posted on :Monday , 12th February 2018

     Kenya and East Africa as a whole have followed a long path in the exploration of oil and gas resources. On the back of soaring crude oil prices between 2004 and 2014, there was a rush of exploration interest in the region. 

    As promising exploration results were announced, the Big Oil players started to move in. Statoil, Shell (also in Kenya),
    . . .

  • Cheaper Gas Cylinders on Governments Agenda

    Posted on :Monday , 12th February 2018

     The government of Kenya will soon rollout a gas cylinder programme to facilitate the affordability of the product to its citizens.

    Speaking at the Energy Parliamentary Committee meeting at English Point Marina in Mombasa, Energy Cabinet Secretary
    Charles Keter said the programme would be rolled out in May.
    Andrew Kama. . .

  • Kenya- Natural Gas Plant Project Revived

    Posted on :Tuesday , 16th January 2018

     After dropping the project in 2018, Kenya has made a U-turn and renewed plans to build its first natural gas-fired power plant in Mombasa.

    Energy secretary Charles Keter has initiated fresh talks with the Treasury in preparing a financing structure for the 700-megawatt (MW) power plant that the government seeks to implement together with a private investor und. . .


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