exploration companies in kenya

List Of Licensed Oil And Gas Exploration

24/05/2018  No doubt that this is the motivating factor for many oil and gas exploration companies in Kenya. There are 19 licensed oil and gas exploration firms in Kenya across all the 35 blocks in the country. In 2016, the government put a freeze on the

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Mayfox Mining Mining Industry Kenya

Mayfox Mining Company Limited is an indigenous Kenyan owned mineral exploration company which began operations in 2012. The company was founded by Kenyan industrialist and current Chairman of the Board, Manga Mugwe. It has since been exploring in Turkana County, Kenya and Busia, Uganda for gold (Au) and other precious minerals. Mayfox Mining Company Limited has carried out a successful

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Kenya Tullow Oil plc (LSE: TLW)

The Ngamia-1 exploration well in Kenya marked the start of a significant programme of drilling activities across the acreage. In 2012, the Ngamia-1 well successfully encountered over 200 metres of net oil pay, the second East Africa onshore tertiary rift basin opened by Tullow. This has since been followed by further exploration success in the South Lokichar Basin at the Amosing, Twiga, Etuko ...

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Update on Oil and Gas Exploration Activities in Kenya

29/11/2018  Kenya has a total of 63 exploration blocks demarcated across its four (4) sedimentary basins; Tertiary Rift Basin, Anza Basin, Mandera Basin, Lamu (Onshore Offshore) Basin. Currently, there are 19 oil and gas companies operating in Kenya as shown in the table below: Operator Block(s) 1. A-Z Petroleum L1A L3 2. Africa Oil Corporation 9* (pending relinquishment) 3. Anadarko L11A,

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Upstream – National Oil Corporation of Kenya

Oil and Gas Exploration History in Kenya. Petroleum Exploration in Kenya began in the 1950s within the Lamu Basin. It was until 2012 when the first commercially viable oil discovery was made in the Tertiary rift, followed by significant gas discoveries in offshore Lamu basin. To date, over 86 wells have been drilled with a majority within the Tertiary Rift. An estimate of over 4 billion ...

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List Of All Petroleum Exploration Blocks In Kenya

24/06/2018  This is a list of all petroleum exploration blocks in Kenya. In the Kenya Gazette dated 13th May 2016, issued under the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act, 1986 (Cap. 308), the then Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum constituted sixty-three Petroleum Exploration Blocks of which thirty-seven is located in the Lamu Basin, seven in the Anza Basin, five in the Mandera Basin,

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International companies operating in Kenya and the oil ...

A – Z Petroleum Adamantine Afren Africa Oil Anadarko Apache BG Group blocks CAMAC Cove Dominion Petroleum EHRC Eni Flow Energy Imara Energy Kenya Lamu Exploration Licensing NOCK Ophir Origin Energy Rift Energy Simba petroleum SOHI Gas Swala energy Total Tullow Oil Vanoil Zarara

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AMS is the leading exploration services provider and

AMS is the leading exploration services provider and the only specialized mineral drilling company in Kenya. As an exploration company, headed by geologists. We have technical resources on the ground. OUR EXPERTISE Read More + OPPORTUNITIES Read More + ON THE GROUND Read More + ...

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Update on Oil and Gas Exploration Activities in Kenya

29/11/2018  Kenya has a total of 63 exploration blocks demarcated across its four (4) sedimentary basins; Tertiary Rift Basin, Anza Basin, Mandera Basin, Lamu (Onshore Offshore) Basin. Currently, there are 19 oil and gas companies operating in Kenya as shown in the table below: Operator Block(s) 1. A-Z Petroleum L1A L3 2. Africa Oil Corporation 9* (pending relinquishment) 3. Anadarko L11A,

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Kenya Pipeline Company

Kenya has four (4) petroleum exploration basin and these are: Lamu Basin, Anza Basin, Mandera Basin and Tertiary Rift Basin. Oil and gas exploration in the country began in 1956 and the breakthrough came in March 2012 with the discovery well –Ngamia 1 Well, in Lokichar Basin in Turkana County. As at December 2015, seventy four (74) wells had been drilled with twelve (12) hydrocarbon ...

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Upstream – National Oil Corporation of Kenya

Oil and Gas Exploration History in Kenya. Petroleum Exploration in Kenya began in the 1950s within the Lamu Basin. It was until 2012 when the first commercially viable oil discovery was made in the Tertiary rift, followed by significant gas discoveries in offshore Lamu basin. To date, over 86 wells have been drilled with a majority within the Tertiary Rift. An estimate of over 4 billion ...

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Kenya Safari Companies: Directory Of Kenya Tour

The Kenya Association of Safari Tour Operators is Kenya’s accreditation body for tour operators – and all the best Kenya safari companies – and do a great job of ensuring members maintain their standards and offer their guests quality, good value safaris in Kenya. Before making any bookings, be sure to confirm your safari package in detail, focussing on meals, transfers, accommodation ...

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Update on Oil and Gas Exploration Activities in Kenya ...

12/09/2018  Kenya has a total of 63 exploration blocks demarcated across its four (4) sedimentary basins; Tertiary Rift Basin, Anza Basin, Mandera Basin, Lamu (Onshore Offshore) Basin. Currently, there are 19 oil and gas companies operating in Kenya as shown in the table below: Operator Block(s) 1. A-Z Petroleum L1A L3 2. Africa Oil

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List Of All Petroleum Exploration Blocks In Kenya

28/03/2021  This is a list of all petroleum exploration blocks in Kenya. In the Kenya Gazette dated 13th May 2016, issued under the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act, 1986 (Cap. 308), the then Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum constituted sixty-three Petroleum Exploration Blocks of which thirty-seven is located in the Lamu Basin, seven in the Anza Basin, five in the Mandera Basin,

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International companies operating in Kenya and the oil ...

A – Z Petroleum Adamantine Afren Africa Oil Anadarko Apache BG Group blocks CAMAC Cove Dominion Petroleum EHRC Eni Flow Energy Imara Energy Kenya Lamu Exploration Licensing NOCK Ophir Origin Energy Rift Energy Simba petroleum SOHI Gas Swala energy Total Tullow Oil Vanoil Zarara

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Migori Gold Project - Red Rock Resources plc

Red Rock holds a 75% direct interest in Mid Migori Mining Company Ltd (“MMM”) which controls a 1.2Moz JORC gold resource in Kenya held in two exploration licenses. Location. The licences (“SPL”), which cover an area of approximately 245km ² are located in the SW corner of Kenya, approximately 290km west of the capital Nairobi. The project tenements lie within the Migori and Narok ...

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OIL EXPLORATION IN KENYA: SUCCESS REQUIRES CONSULTATION

of opportunity for companies, government and civil society to invest more seriously, and inexpensively, in community engagement. Sincerely, Matthew Bliss Director Extractives, Cordaid. AUGUST 2015 CORDAID OIL EXPLORATION IN KENYA: SUCCESS REQUIRES CONSULTATION 4. AUGUST 2015 CORDAID OIL EXPLORATION IN KENYA: SUCCESS REQUIRES CONSULTATION 5 CONTENTS

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Kenya Pipeline Company

As at December 2015, there were forty six (46) petroleum exploration blocks in Kenya of which 44 have been licensed and are operated by twenty three (23) International Oil Exploration Companies. The exploration blocks are expected to increase to fifty five (55) once nine (9) blocks under relinquishment obligations from several blocks are gazette. Licensing of exploration Blocks, is governed by the

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AMS is the leading exploration services provider and

AMS is the leading exploration services provider and the only specialized mineral drilling company in Kenya.

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List Of All Petroleum Exploration Blocks In Kenya

28/03/2021  This is a list of all petroleum exploration blocks in Kenya. In the Kenya Gazette dated 13th May 2016, issued under the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Act, 1986 (Cap. 308), the then Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum constituted sixty-three Petroleum Exploration Blocks of which thirty-seven is located in the Lamu Basin, seven in the Anza Basin, five in the Mandera Basin,

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Update on Oil and Gas Exploration Activities in Kenya ...

12/09/2018  Kenya has a total of 63 exploration blocks demarcated across its four (4) sedimentary basins; Tertiary Rift Basin, Anza Basin, Mandera Basin, Lamu (Onshore Offshore) Basin. Currently, there are 19 oil and gas companies operating in Kenya as shown in the table below: Operator Block(s) 1. A-Z Petroleum L1A L3 2. Africa Oil

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Petroleum industry in Kenya - Wikipedia

Current traders include the National Oil Corporation of Kenya, Shell, Tullow Oil, KenolKobil, MOGAS, Hass, Hashi Energy, Gulf Energy, Olympic, Dalbit Petroleum,

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Home Tullow Oil plc (LSE: TLW)

The oil and gas cycle is the stages an international oil exploration and production company (IOC) goes through, from its initial entry into a country, through to when natural hydrocarbon reserves are depleted. Find out more. Our story. ... Kenya. Significant oil discoveries progressing to development in Kenya. Find out more. Mauritania.

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Oil Gas - ALN Kenya

Acting for Africa Oil Corporation (AOC), a Canadian oil and gas company with various exploration assets in Kenya and Ethiopia, and an equity interest in Africa Energy Corporation, in its sale of 50% of its interests in Blocks 10BB, 13T and 10BA in Kenya and the Rift Basin and South Omo Blocks in Ethiopia, to Maersk Oil, the oil and gas arm of Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, including

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Kenya - Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

of unsuccessful on-and-off exploration by international oil companies, Tullow Oil, a UK-based firm, discovered oil in Kenya’s north-west Turkana County. This paper analyses the opportunities and risks facing Kenya’s oil industry and its role as a regional oil transport hub. It provides a snapshot of

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GEO ExPro - Oil and Gas Exploration in East Africa: A ...

The 70s brought an influx of major companies, primarily into Kenya and Ethiopia, with Chevron, Elf, Total, Burmah, Tenneco and Exxon all making their entry to the region. Conoco took the industry’s initial look at the Lake Albert Basin. The list of permitees in the 1970s has only a few small companies on it.

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Oil and gas in Kenya – regulatory framework — Financier ...

Paras V Shah is a partner and Alex M Njagi is a senior associate at Hamilton Harrison Mathews. Mr Shah can be contacted on +254 20 325 8274 or by email: [email protected] Mr Njagi can be contacted on +254 20 325 8278 or by email: [email protected] © Financier Worldwide.

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