Kenya's Tullow Oil Signs U.S.$10 Million Oil Equipment Deal
The oil firm says the equipment is on its way from Dubai-based Almansoori Petroleum Company and is expected to be installed before the end of 2017, after Tullow secures all the necessary approvals from government agencies.
East African, 28 September 2017
Tullow Oil has contracted Dubai-based Almansoori Petroleum Company to supply an Early Product Facility (EPF) at a cost of $10 million, to help it extract crude in South Lokichar in… Read more »
A Tullow Oil truck carrying drilling machines.
East African, 19 September 2017
Differing views on the route the crude oil export pipeline from South Lokichar in northwestern Kenya to the Indian Ocean shoreline should take, could strain relations between the… Read more »
Nation, 2 July 2017
Political interests, infighting within the Energy ministry and business interests may have caused the suspension of the plan to transport crude oil from Lokichar in Turkana to the… Read more »
Capital FM, 29 June 2017
The early oil export plan by the Kenyan Government has been postponed by three months to await the passage of the Revenue Sharing Bill, which is pending before the Senate. Read more »
Nation, 29 June 2017
The government has suspended the much-awaited export of oil from Turkana. Read more »