Kenya's Oil Revenue to Go Directly to Treasury

Kenya is expected to join 44 other countries across the world as a net exporter of crude oil, with Tullow Oil initially expected to produce 2,000 barrels of crude oil per day for export.

  • Kenya:   Oil Revenue to Go Directly to Treasury

    East African, 15 April 2017

    Kenya's oil dollars from its pilot scheme, which starts in the next two months, will go directly to the Treasury accounts, government officials have said.This comes even as the… Read more »

The Ngamia 1 oil rig in Turkana where Tullow Oil is prospecting for oil with initial signs of huge deposits.

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