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Africa Oil Receives US$100 Million To Finance Appraisal And Development Work Program In East Africa.

Africa Oil has announced that it has entered into an investment agreement with Stampede Natural Resources S.a.r.l. an entity owned…

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Tullow Oil, Africa Oil strike more oil in Kenya’s Blocks 10BB and 13T

The Ngamia field continued to register positive results with the Ngamia 7 appraisal well which was drilled to test the…

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CAMAC Energy rebrands to Erin Energy Corporation

Sub-Sahara focused oil and gas exploration company CAMAC Energy has announced that it  has changed its name to Erin Energy Corporation and…

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CEPSA, ERHC identify drilling location in Kenya’s Block 11A

Spanish exploration company CEPSA and Houston based explorer ERHC have said that its exploration team has identified the Tarach-1 prospect…

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Tullow Oil sees 8,000 scholarships applications in Kenya

The just concluded Tullow Oil Group Scholarship Scheme applications that concluded on March 31st saw 8,000 applications from Kenya according…

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British Council holds first education UK oil and gas exhibition in Nairobi

The United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations the British Council has today organized an exhibition bringing together over a…

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Africa Oil appoints Tim Thomas as new Chief Operating Officer

Nick Walker who is currently Chief Operating Officer will be leaving the Company to join another Lundin Group Company, Lundin…

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Kenyan, Ugandan Contractors Earn Over $100 million in payments from Tullow Oil – Report Highlights

2,240 suppliers working directly for Tullow in Uganda, Kenya and Ghana took home $255M of the total  $1.4 billion Spent…

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Maximum pump prices for Kenya’s major towns for the period 15th April to 14th May 2015

Source: Energy Regulatory Authority Taking into account the weighted average cost of imported refined petroleum products, the overall result is…

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Sub-Sahara Africa’s growth to slow amid oil and other commodities price drop – World Bank

Sub-Saharan Africa’s growth will slow in 2015 to 4.0 percent from 4.5 percent in 2014, according to World Bank projections…