Nairobi

  • Egypt Looks into Bilateral Partnerships with Kenya

    Egypt Looks into Bilateral Partnerships with Kenya

    Thursday, 18th July 2019

    Egypt's Ambassador in Nairobi Khaled Al-Abyad, met with Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum Charles Keter, as the parties are looking forward to creating specialized bilateral partnerships in electricity and energy investments.

  • Kenya to Host First Africa Renewable Energy Leaders’ Summit

    Kenya to Host First Africa Renewable Energy Leaders’ Summit

    Monday, 20th March 2017
    On 4-5 April 2017, over 200 experts and government representatives from Kenya, Ethiopia, Burundi, South Sudan, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda will gather in Nairobi to discuss the present and future of green energy in East Africa.
  • Nairobi Lost Power due to Technical Fault

    Nairobi Lost Power due to Technical Fault

    Monday, 9th January 2017
    Kenya Power said that a technical fault at one of its substations in the north of the capital has caused an electricity outage that was affecting Nairobi, Mount Kenya and Coast regions.
  • Kenya to Launch New Pipeline by April 2017

    Kenya to Launch New Pipeline by April 2017

    Thursday, 8th December 2016
    Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) has pledged to launch the new oil pipeline by April 2017 to ease the flow of petroleum products in the country.
  • Kenya, Sudan Signed Oil, Gas Deal

    Kenya, Sudan Signed Oil, Gas Deal

    Monday, 31st October 2016
    Kenya’s Foreign Minister, Amina Mohamed, and Sudan’s State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kamal al-Din, signed a number of agreements between the two countries in the fields of minerals and oil.
  • Kenya Saved $493m on Petroleum Imports

    Kenya Saved $493m on Petroleum Imports

    Wednesday, 28th September 2016
    Kenya save more than $493m during the first half of 2016 on oil related imports due to low global petroleum prices.