Tanzania | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 10

Tanzania to Start Exporting Electricity in 2019

US-based Symbion Power is looking for partners in the construction of a $1.3 billion 600MW gas power plant, and transmission lines in Tanzania.

Tanzania to Launch Non-Invasive Aerial Oil, Gas Surveys

Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation is set to start Airborne Gravity Gradiometry Survey (AGGS) for oil and gas deposits this week in Arusha, Simiyu and Singida.

Tanzania to Rely on Gas for Future Power Needs

Tanzania is hoping to use its gas reserves to generate electricity, reducing its reliance on hydro-power in the wake of a national power crisis.

LNG Key Platform for Tanzanian Presidential Elections

Tanzania's presidential candidate John Magufuli has pledged to remove impediments related to the site of a planned LNG plant

Uganda, Tanzania Agree to Study Possibility of Crude Oil Pipeline

Uganda and Tanzania have signed an agreement to explore the possibility of building a crude oil pipeline between the two countries.

Tanzania Launches Project to Pipe Natural Gas to Dar es Salaam

Tanzania has initiated a $1.33b project to pipe natural gas to its commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, and help relieve chronic power shortages in the city.

Tanzania Joins Club of Databased Oil-Producers

German organization Friedrich- Ebert-Stiftung (FES) has launched an almanac to provide updates on progress in the Tanzanian petroleum secto

Oil Firms in Uganda Searching for Alternative Route Through Tanzania

Oil companies in Uganda are in discussions with Tanzania for an alternative pipeline route through Tanzania despite a recent agreement between the President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni and his Kenyan counterpart Presid ...

Shoreline Plans $2 Billion Bond to Buy Africa Energy Assets

Shoreline Group, a Nigerian company with interests from oil production to rope-making across six African countries, plans to sell $2 billion in debt to buy crude and gas assets on the continent, which may include pur ...

Opposition Shouts Down Tanzanian Energy Minister

Lawmakers shouted down Tanzania's energy minister as he tried to open a debate on what they called rushed reforms to the petroleum and gas sector on Friday, forcing the speaker to abandon the session.

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