Tullow oil

What Kenya needs to do to better protect those working in the oil sector

After decades of failed attempts, Kenya finally struck oil six years ago. Commercially viable reserves were discovered in Turkana, the northwest of the country, by British oil company, Tullow Oil. The basin is estimated to contain about 560 million barrels of oil. While commercial production is a few years away, there’s growing concern that Kenya isn’t ready for the environmental,

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Environmental Management is key to managing Uganda’s oil- NEMA Executive Director

The Executive Director of the National Environmental Management Authority, Dr. Tom Okurut has said environmental management is a key factor in the development of Uganda’s Oil and Gas Sector, Resource Management and Financial Management being the other key elements in the sector. While speaking at 1st Petroleum Industry Environmental Management Conference held at Speke Resort

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