New Blocks up for grabs
Kenya’s energy minister under Kiraitu Murungi will be far more [...]
Over a dozen licences to search for oil should be attributed in the coming months.
Tullow and ENI are each seeking control of block 3A, and a diplomatic dispatch published by Wikileaks reveals just how rough the fight has become.
After four years of uncertainty, Congolese president Joseph Kabila finally made up his mind on June 18 by signing decrees concerning blocks 1 and 2 on the banks of Lake Albert. Exploration on the lakes is far more advanced on [.
Ireland’s Tullow Oil has presented an offer to Uganda’s president to persuade him of the merits of its project as opposed to major investment pledges by ENI.