The British oil explorer maintains that it has given a considerable portion of its contracts to local firms with approximately 28% of all its goods and services procured this year having been sourced from Turkana contractors. The firm maintains it has given about 55% of the supplies to other Kenyan contractors and 17% to international vendors.
Tullow Oil Keeps Under Wraps All Its Trading Deals
Nation, 4 August 2019
British oil explorer Tullow Oil has maintained a tight lid on its exclusive trading deals with National Oil of Kenya, which became a hot potato before a parliamentary committee… Read more »
Tullow Oil workers offload crude (file photo).
Kenya to Unveil First Crude Oil Buyer
Citizen, 31 July 2019
Kenya's Turkana crude oil buyer will be known next week as the country gears up for its first shipping overseas to test the market. Read more »
Uganda, Kenya Race to Oil Production, But...
Monitor, 14 May 2019
The ninth East African Petroleum Conference which closed last Friday in Mombasa was one of those moments for each of the six regional countries--Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda,… Read more »
Four sticky issues have to be resolved between the county government and the British oil prospecting company that will lay the ground for the country to secure the Final Investment ... Read more »
Oil discovery in the impoverished, neglected region in 2012 has sparked hope of development and a better life for inhabitants, plagued by prolonged droughts and increased conflict ... Read more »
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