Tanzania | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 11

Tanzania Seeks 85% Profit Share From Oil and Gas Output

Tanzania will seek as much as an 85 percent share of profit from oil and gas produced in the East African nation, according to a draft law being debated in parliament.

Tanzania Raises Gas Resources to 55 Trillion Cubic Feet

Tanzania's current natural gas reserves are at about 55 trillion cubic feet (tcf) following new deep sea discoveries off its southern coast, the east African nation's energy minister said.

Statoil Strikes New Offshore Exploration Discovery in Block 2 off Tanzania

Statoil today announced that the Mdalasini-1 exploration well has resulted in a new natural gas discovery offshore Tanzania.

Tanzania Provides E&P Opportunities To Businesses

FLORENCE, ITALY—Tanzania’s oil and gas sector is open for business and following a raft of offshore gas discoveries in the past few years, opportunities abound.

Tanzania, Mozambique Emerge as Africa’s New Frontiers

Africa's energy industry could boom in the coming years, with Mozambique and Tanzania set to emerge as new frontiers if they can attract enough badly needed investment, a report said recently.

Statoil: New high-impact discovery offshore Tanzania

Statoil and co-venturer ExxonMobil are pleased to announce their third high impact discovery in Block 2 offshore Tanzania in a year.

BG announces its Fifth consecutive Tanzania gas discovery

BG Group today announced its fifth consecutive Tanzania gas discovery with the Mzia-1 exploration well located in Block 1, offshore southern Tanzania.

Aminex fails to deepen Ntorya find

Operator Aminex has said the final deepening of the Ntorya 1 well onshore Tanzania did not yield any additional reservoir potential.

Statoil operated high impact gas discovery off Tanzania

Statoil and partner ExxonMobil have made a large gas discovery offshore Tanzania in the first exploration well in Block 2.

Total wins Tanzania oil and gas exploration bid

Tanzania has awarded oil and gas exploration rights for the northern side of Lake Tanganyika to a subsidiary of French energy company Total SA, its state-run petroleum agency said.

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