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Letter from Africa: Investors should look beyond region’s challenges
16 June 2023
Opportunities abound as hydrocarbons remain crucial to growing energy needs
Africa's upstream to feel transition squeeze
21 June 2022
The continent’s oil production will decline in the 2020s while gas production will increase before starting to slip, according to the IEA
Letter from London: A tale of two sectors
7 June 2022
Africa’s upstream is heavily populated by companies headquartered in London, where an increasingly positive environment for independents contrasts with the public pressure on the majors
Tullow continues search for Kenyan project partner
10 March 2022
The Anglo-Irish independent is looking for more buy-in to progress its Lokichar/Turkana development
Tullow sees progress in Kenya
21 June 2021
The company might not have given up on its Kenyan ambitions
Tullow seeks state agreement on Turkana costs
19 October 2020
The project has resumed after a five-month halt, but doubts are growing over its future
Tullow hopeful of Kenya FID this year
21 February 2020
The operator remains positive, but the future of Kenya’s first oil development remains very uncertain
No quick fix for Tullow
21 January 2020
The embattled producer warns of another year of sluggish production and project hold-ups
Guyana oil discovery does little to bolster Tullow
10 January 2020
An unwanted hat-trick of underwhelming oil finds fail to alleviate the whiff of crisis around troubled independent
Independents drawn to African opportunities
10 December 2019
Weak market sentiment for oil and gas stocks is opening E&P opportunities in Africa for private equity and small cap companies—and leading governments to rethink their fiscal terms to attract them
Kenya enters the oil business
26 September 2019
The East African country exports its first consignment of oil while Tullow prepares for 2020 FID
Tullow cuts production forecast and delays FIDs
24 July 2019
The Africa-focused oil firm is struggling with technical problems and protracted negotiations with host governments
Project Oil Kenya delayed despite fresh agreement
5 July 2019
The FID timetable has slipped due to environmental and social impact consultation hold ups
Tullow flags up African glitches
28 May 2019
One of the African oil sector's bellwethers lowers its production forecast
Tullow’s revival still faces production challenges
4 December 2018
Tullow Oil is to pay a dividend once more. But can it find the barrels to sustain its improving balance sheet?
Kenya project on track, despite unrest
16 August 2018
Concerns over revenue sharing and security have triggered repeated blockades at the remotely located oil development
Uganda's oil dreams move closer to realisation
29 May 2018
Production, pipeline and refinery projects are moving forward
Tullow seeks rapid FID for Kenya oil project
8 February 2018
The London-based firm, which made an operating profit in 2017 for the first time in three years, says it is in talks with the government over a $1.1bn pipeline
A brighter year for Africa
24 January 2018
Senegal's and Mozambique's projects gained momentum, Nigeria's production started to rise again
Kenya's oil: trucking along
16 January 2018
With the country's contentious elections out of the way, Tullow hopes that development of its oil reserves will now progress
Kenya's oil pipeline plans stall amid political tension
2 November 2017
A project to build an oil pipeline from reserves in the north of the country to the coast is inching forward - slowly
Nervy times in Kenya's elections
11 August 2017
Oil companies will be hoping that the relatively calm passing of the country's presidential elections will pave the way for faster progress towards pipeline exports
East Africa—can we talk?
14 June 2017
East Africa's new oil producers could maximise the industry's potential by working together, but that's easier said than done
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