Elizabeth encourages students to continue excelling in all areas while staying all rounded. Thanks to the faculty and parents for enabling the Academy to continue to produce bright and well-rounded graduates. We Congratulate Aga Khan Academy, Nairobi! Our CEO, Eng. Elizabeth Rogo, was presented with a beautiful painting by the young scholar/artist, Mwangi Mungai, Together with Mr. Fred Ludenyi (Visual Arts Teacher)
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Originally Published By Head To Head Upstream Magazine, Tsavo Oilfield Services CEO Elizabeth Rogo shares her insights on mentoring, partnerships, career development and much more. Read the full interview here: An Interview with Elizabeth Rogo – Head To Head Upstream.
Tuesday, 12 May 2020: In yet another bold move, TSAVO Oilfield Services (TSAVO) becomes a signatory of the Equal by 30 campaign, alongside 7 key partners across the African continent, including the African Energy Chamber. “My name is Eng. Elizabeth Rogo, an African woman and the Founder & CEO of TSAVO Oilfield Services as well as the President – East Africa, for the African Energy Chamber. It fills me with great joy to join and
It was a pleasure to meet with representatives from the Isam K. Kabbani (IKK) Group of Companies; Mr. Mahmoud Mesabbah, Mr. Oliver Kraemer and Mr. Bertrand Ngaywa.
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TSAVO’s Eng. Elizabeth Rogo (Founder/CEO) had the pleasure to meet with Ms. Abdella (Regional Director, 4Afrika, Microsoft) and Mr. Somet Kipchilat at Microsoft, Nairobi to discuss the role of Oil & Gas related SME’s and women in tech within the East Africa context.
Eng. Elizabeth Rogo (Founder/CEO – TSAVO) with International Baccalaureate’s Ms. Adzo Ashie (Development and Recognition Manager – Africa) discussing the role of Women in leadership roles in the Oil & Gas sector in Eastern Africa and their impact on Gender Diversity. Part of the African Education Festival that was held in Nairobi, Kenya (February 2019).
Eng. Elizabeth Rogo, CEO (TSAVO) was delighted to present the TSAVO Award to the Keynote Speaker at the Upstream Oil & Gas Awards, Mr. Andrew Kamau (Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum & Mining), accompanied by Mr. Joe Gakuo, Founder & Chairman (Upstream Awards – East Africa).
Eng. Elizabeth Rogo, CEO (TSAVO) presenting The Upstream Lifetime Achievement Award to Prof. Catherine Ngila (Morendat Institute of Oil & Gas, KPC) on behalf of Mr. Hudson Andambi, Acting MD (Kenya Pipeline Company).
Tsavo Professional Series – Solar Energy TSAVO Professional Series welcomed Eng. Midhula from Solar Panda, Kenya on Jan 31st who gave us an interesting presentation on Sustainable Energy. Eng. Midhula is an Electrical Engineer with a Masters in Energy Law and is on sabbatical from Hydro One in Toronto, Canada from where she hails.
Kenya will seek to own a fifth of the shares of the pipeline needed to bring crude from Turkana to Lamu in a deal that will cost taxpayers Sh22.6 billion. Kenya, which currently exports no crude, discovered commercial oil reserves in its Lokichar basin in 2012 and the 800-km (500-mile) pipeline is expected to be built before production is due to start in 2021/22. Andrew Kamau, principal secretary at the Petroleum and Mining Ministry, said
The fourth and last day of SPE WEEK, is a two-event day, the first event being the Trivia competition, and the closing event will be the Gala Dinner and Awards Definitely the cherry on top, the Awards and Gala Dinner will take place at La Maison Royal, The Terraces, Westlands starting from 6 pm. The Key highlights of this event will be the two keynote speeches by the SPE Nairobi Section chair, Elizabeth Rogo and
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It was difficult to say goodbye to John and Nelson at the end of their internship, as they have become part of the Tsavo Oilfield family. As part of or corporate responsibility and capacity building program, Tsavo Oilfield Services has taken on another intern. We welcome Rose Getrude Atieno Odongo to Tsavo Oilfield Services. Rose Odongo Odongo is a 4th year Petroleum Engineering student at UCSI University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her current interests in the oil