Consumers worry about energy’s impact on environment regardless of income

Original story by physics.org Rich, poor or in-between, American consumers express an equal degree of personal worry about the impact of energy use on the environment, according to the newest … Read More

Uganda to train 600 students on oil and gas

The Ugandan government will award 600 scholarships to students from the resource rich Albertine region to train students in oil and gas courses following $28 million loan from the World … Read More

LNG from East Africa – how the odds are stacked

Story by lexology.com How much gas? Vast amounts. Mozambique alone is estimated to have gas reserves of up to 150 trillion cubic feet  (TCF) and Tanzania potentially as much as 50 … Read More

Smaller firms will lead East Africa’s oil and gas development

Source: Reuters Smaller oil explorers willing to take financial and operational risks will lead the development of East Africa’s oil and gas industry as majors ditch riskier projects as margins … Read More

Key features of the current Kenyan model of production sharing contract

[twitter-follow screen_name=’oilnewskenya’] Source: Deloitteblog Negotiation of an initial exploration period with the possibility to extend this twice. An agreed percentage of the contract area is to be surrendered at the … Read More

Our proven oil and gas reserves not susceptible to climate change risks – Shell

[twitter-follow screen_name=’oilnewskenya’] Article by Reuters Royal Dutch Shell has dismissed the possibility that its proven oil or gas reserves will become unusable as a result of climate change regulation, saying … Read More