Market News | Oil & Gas Tanzania 2017

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  • Tanzania: Oil & Gas Firms Reject Local Content Obligations

    Posted on :Wednesday , 8th February 2017

    Differences between Tanzania and oil companies over local content obligations contained in Petroleum Act 2015 have resurfaced with the government collecting stakeholders' views in efforts to enforce regulations.

    The companies through their organisation, Oil and Gas Association of Tanzania (Ogat) last week told the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (Ewu. . .

  • Expogroup Wins Big at the Tanzania Leadership Awards 2016

    Posted on :Friday , 3rd February 2017

      On the evening of Friday 27th January 2017, members of the business community in Tanzania gathered at the Hyatt Regency Hotel to celebrate the most accomplished businesses of 2016. The event was the Tanzania Leadership Awards (TLA), which honors successful businesses that range from conglomerates with more than 500 employees, to small start-ups with a staff count of 2 to 4 employees. . .

  • Tanzania: Oil & Gas Firms Drill Two New Offshore Wells

    Posted on :Monday , 30th January 2017

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc jointly with Pavilion Energy Pte Ltd and Ophir Energy Plc have completed drilling two offshore natural gas wells in southern Tanzania.

    Netherlands-based Shell, which took over the global operations of BG Group last year, jointly owns deep sea blocks 1, 3 and 4 with Pavilion of Singapore and Ophir of Britain.
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  • Tanzania Considers Tax On Charcoal in Bid to Save Forests

    Posted on :Tuesday , 24th January 2017

    Dar es Salaam — Making the fuel more expensive could help cut surging demand, officials believe

    Tanzania is considering putting a tax on charcoal with the aim of discouraging the use of the fuel, which is a big source of energy for cooking but also a major contributor to deforestation.
    Officials say they believe making charcoal m. . .

  • East Africa: Fuel to Cost More as Crude Prices go up

    Posted on :Saturday , 21st January 2017

    Consumers in East Africa will pay more for refined petroleum products, as global crude oil prices rise.

    Ecobank Research, an arm of Ecobank Group, said crude oil prices on the international market have rebounded upwards from $50 a barrel, following a decision by members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other producers in early December. . .


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