Market News | Oil & Gas Tanzania 2018

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  • US $175bn Gas Project to Benefit Tanzania

    Posted on :Saturday , 28th July 2018

     The US-led initiative to invest in gas-powered power plants in Africa will benefit Tanzania a lot. 

    Through the Roadmap, US companies will invest $175 billion in gas power projects in eight other African countries excluding Tanzania, namely Côte d’Ivoire, Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria, Angola, Mozambique and South Africa. 
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  • Tanzania- Liquefied Natural Gas To Boost Business in Tanzania

    Posted on :Monday , 16th July 2018

     TANZANIA is on the verge of what could very well be its biggest ever economic boom.

    Investors around the globe will undoubtedly be keeping an eye on the project's progress, with a number of organizations ready to set up Tanzanian hubs once they've been assured of the country's ability in accommodating major business ventures.
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  • Tanzanian Welders to be trained by Veta for Hoima-Tanga Oil Pipeline

    Posted on :Tuesday , 3rd July 2018

     Thanks to the training provided by the Vocational Education and Training Authority (Veta), the welders in Tanzania will be equipped with the international capacity to prepare for Hoima-Tanga oil pipeline jobs, 

    VETA Curriculum Development Specialist, Ms. Stella Ndimubenya said this when speaking to The Citizen at the Authority's pavilion during the 42 Dar. . .

  • Natural Gas Plant Construction to Begin in 2022

    Posted on :Wednesday , 27th June 2018

     The Energy Minister said that the Actual construction of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant in Tanzania will start in 2022.

    Dr. Medard Kalemani told the Parliament "We met the investors and everything is progressing well right now what is happening now is that the multinational firms are competing among themselves regarding which one should lead the project execution. By 2. . .

  • A thousand Households to Get Natural Gas

    Posted on :Thursday , 21st June 2018

    Tanzania' s government said that it has 5 million USD set aside for providing natural gas to over 1,000 households for domestic use in the east African capital Dar es Salaam starting from next month.

    The Minister for Energy, Medard Kalemani, said the program under phase one will take two years beginning July and will connect natural gas to households in Mbagala, Kig. . .


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