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South Sudan’s Trinity Energy to Commence Refinery Construction in Q1 2019

Trinity Energy Ltd, a South Sudan homegrown Oil Marketing Company will in the first quarter of 2019 shall start construction works of South Sudan’s first oil refinery targeting to supply the East Africa countries with the region sourcing Petroleum products amounting to 15 million tons mostly from Asian Refineries. This follows the award of a …

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Mainport Group Acquires Approvals In Kenya, Uganda and Mozambique For Inspection of Rigsite Lifting Equipment & Training Services

Mainport, the UK Training and Inspection Group, has recently achieved further certifications for their services provided to the East African Oil and Gas sector. The Group has regional companies operating in Uganda, Mozambique and Kenya providing a range of training and inspection to the oil and gas sector. Recent achievements include ISO 9001, full Membership …

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President Kenyatta Calls For Proper Management of Oil Income as Trucking Begins

President Uhuru Kenyatta today said Kenya will effectively manage oil and other natural resources to avoid the negative results that have confronted many other nations following new discoveries. Speaking during the flag off of 100,000 liters of stored crude oil in four trucks as part of the early oil pilot scheme he said there was …

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Ntorya 3 Ready To Spud in H2 2018, As Ntorya Field declared Commercial

Aminex has said it expects spud the Ntorya 3 well in Tanzania in H2 2018 with the well planned to drill to a total depth (TD) of approximately 3,000m. Ntorya 3 is to be drilled in a stratigraphic feature similar to that encountered at Ntorya 1 and Ntorya 2, but further structural up-dip of the …

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2018 Our oil and gas predictions – Ashurst

Oil price stability With the oil price pushing through to the US$70 mark, and further confidence that the price will remain more stable this year, we will see international oil companies (IOCs) looking to “replenish the hopper” with exploration and development investments that have not been seen for the last four years. “Right assets, right …

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2D seismic to commence in Zanzibar’s Pemba Zanzibar Block

Pemba Zanzibar Block operator RakGas has contracted chinese geophysical service company BGP International to undertake 2D seismic on the offshore deep water, transition zone/ offshore shallow water and onshore portions in Pemba and Unguja. The survey will last one month for the onshore portion and eight months for the offshore portions according to the Lands, …

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10 Elements Of A Successful HSE Management System

Our clients work in a wide variety of industries all with a very different approach to health, safety, and environment (HSE) management systems. For example, a multinational energy production company has departments staffed with hundreds of people creating systems for health and safety management, while a local guide service has two people total in operations. …

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4 Ways Contracted Medical Providers Can Drive HSE Initiatives

Traditionally, a contracted medical provider primarily runs clinic operations on project sites—a reactive capability focused on early management of illness, emergency response, and some involvement in ongoing health planning and training—but medical providers can also be leveraged to proactively drive HSE initiatives. Medical providers with adequate training and experience in health, safety, and environment (HSE) …

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