Tanzania oil and gas
The Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC), a state oil firm, plans to open the fourth deep-offshore bidding round on April 12, this year as it seeks more exploration companies to take part in the country’s oil and gas sector, its officials have said. The company responsible for one of Australia’s worst oil spills has been given permission by the Commonwealth Government to continue, and potentially expand, its operations in Australian waters.
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East Africa Oil & Gas 2012
Using Africa’s Resources for Development – Part 1
Prof. Paul Collier advises how Africa should benefit from mineral, oil and gas extraction. The current high prices for minerals, oil and gas offer an opportunity for resource-rich countries in Africa to transform their economies and thereby the lives of its people. Yet this ‘golden opportunity’ can be ruined by corruption, environmental degradation and mismanagement, with benefits limited to a lucky few. What policies do governments need to have in place for the responsible exploitation of minerals, oil and gas? How can African economies prepare themselves to manage new found wealth? How can governments invest and save for future generations? How should exploration rights be valued and extraction companies taxed? Professor Paul Collier explained his strategy for stimulating economic growth in developing countries through selling natural resources such as minerals, oil and gas at an event hosted in Tanzania by UONGOZI Institute on 20 February 2012 The Institute of African Leadership for Sustainable Development, commonly known as UONGOZI Institute, offers training, discussions and resources on leadership, executive management and strategic thinking to leaders in Africa engaged in sustainable development.
Malawi halts talks with Tanzania on border dispute
Malawi halts talks with Tanzania on border dispute Story from: news.yahoo.com LILONGWE (Reuters) – Malawi has cut off dialogue with Tanzania in a long-time territorial dispute concerning Lake Malawi thought to sit over highly coveted oil and gas reserves. Malawi claims sovereignty over the entirety of Africas third largest lake while Tanzania says 50 percent is part of its territory. The row which goes back half a century could worsen if significant oil and gas discoveries are made. . What is this? This is an experiment in virtual agent news production. The virtual news agent is Eliza Cassan from Deus EX HR.
Tanzania orders review of all oil and gas exploration contracts …
Sep 16, 2012 … Country a hotspot for natural gas discoveries* Minister says some agreements need to be revokedBy George ObulutsaNAIROBI, Sept 16 …
Oil and Gas Exploration Companies Operating in Tanzania
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Oil and Gas in Tanzania – Overview
A profile of Oil and Gas in Tanzaniawith directories of companies, people, industry sectors, projects, facilities, news and events.
Tanzania Oil And Gas Profile – A Barrel Full
Oct 3, 2012 … Introduction. Exploration and production of petroleum is governed by the Petroleum [Exploration and Production] Act of 1980. Petroleum …
Oil and Gas jobs in Tanzania – Oil and Gas Job Search
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Reserving Judgement on Tanzania’s Natural Gas Discoveries …
Sep 24, 2012 … Tanzania delays an exploration licensing round as estimated value of … The drilling and exploration of oil and gas could exacerbate these …