Kenya Conference on Mining, oil and gas 2019 (photos)

24th September 2019

The conference on mining, oil and gas 2019 edition is ongoing at Safari Park. The goal of this conference is to “promote dialogue and action towards an accountable and sustainable extraction for improved livelihoods of local communities in areas with active mining oil and gas.” Below are some photo stories:      Read More: James […]

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Advanced petroleum, oil and chemical spill management

10th May 2019

Advanced petroleum, oil and chemical spill management Training on Advanced Petroleum, Oil and Chemical Spill Management provides future opportunities for Civil Society Organizations to participate in the Oil and Gas Industry to defend the rights of marginalized local communities in the Oil fields such as Lokichar in Turkana and the communities along the crude oil […]

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Response strategy on oil spill management depends on:

24th April 2019

Response strategy on oil spill management depends on: health and safety Feasibility Type and fate of spilled oil resources at risk priorities available response resources realistic expectations Net Environmental Benefit Analysis (NEBA) Monitor and Evaluate Assess the situation Quantification of the spill Use of remote sensing Verify the oil track Monitoring spill state Assisting in […]

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Kenya to Join the League of African Oil Producers 

9th November 2017

Kenya to Join the League of African Oil Producers  According to the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Kenya will start exporting 2,000 barrels of crude oil per year by December, 2017. The story of oil production in Africa has not been a good one. It has been surrounded in a shroud of conflicts and violence […]

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Tourism is Not Always Good for the Economy

30th August 2017

TOURISM IS NOT ALWAYS GOOD FOR THE ECONOMY  Andrea Jones-Rooy of five-thirty-eight has written a great article quoting the most recent economic research arguing that tourism does not necessarily lead to economic growth. It is worth noting that tourism can sometimes make the economy bad off. Read More: KWALE TITANIUM GENERATES 1.71 BILLION PROFIT This was […]

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Tullow Oil

Tullow Oil finds more Black Gold in Turkana

18th May 2017

TULLOW OIL HITS ANOTHER DEPOSIT OF BLACK GOLD IN TURKANA  Tullow oil has discovered more oil in Turkana. Now Kenya is moving close to reaching the 1 billion barrels of oil reserves. The 75 meters of oil were discovered in two places at the Emukuya-1 on Block 13T. This discovery has been made just four […]

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Uganda Kenya crude oil pipeline

31st January 2017

Uganda Kenya crude oil pipeline is a project that has been under negotiation between the government of Kenya and Uganda but the negotiations failed and Uganda decided to collaborate with Tanzania on the crude oil pipeline project.

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