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TSAVO meets with Microsoft 4Afrika – July 2019

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.

African Education Festival – Speaker’s Forum

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).

 

TSAVO Presentation to PS Andrew Kamau – June 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).

Upstream Oil & Gas Awards (Kenya) – June 2019

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

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 seeks 20pc stake in Turkana crude oil pipeline

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 Kenya would seek a 20 per cent stake in the vehicle that will the pipeline who cost has been out at $1.1 billion (Sh113 billion).

“We will be interested in a 20 per cent stake through the Kenya Pipeline Company,” said Mr Kamau in a phone interview.

Tullow operates the Kenyan fields, while the other investors are Canada’s Africa Oil and France’s Total.

Tullow has said the Amosing and Ngamia fields in the basin have estimated contingent resources of about 560 million barrels, with production potentially reaching 100,000 barrels per day.

Besides the pipeline cost, a further $1.9 billion will be needed to build infrastructure linking the crude oil wells to the pipeline. A final investment decision on the upstream and pipeline plans is expected in 2019.

The cost of building the pipeline halved from Sh210 billion following changes in the design of the pipeline, including a reduction in the pipe’s diameter. The larger diameter factored in Ugandan oil.

Kenya opted to build the pipeline alone after Uganda, which had originally agreed to partner with Kenya, dropped the plan and went for an alternative line through Tanzania.

The deep cut in construction budget means taxpayers will carry a lighter debt load.

Turkana oil is classified as waxy and sticky, making it necessary to heat it during transportation, a quality that is expected to determine the design of the pipeline.

Kenya is, however, in the short-term gearing up for an early oil export plan meant to test the global supply logistics and determine the price-point for the Turkana oil.

It has been transporting crude oil from Turkana by road for storage at the defunct refinery in Mombasa in readiness for shipment abroad.

Tullow Oil says it expects the first crude shipments from its Kenyan oilfields in the first half of 2019 and is pricing the product for the market.

Source: Business Daily Africa

Author: Gerald Andae

Kenyatta University SPE Chapter Awards & Gala Dinner

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 A senior government official whose identity we shall soon disclose.

For early registration and seat reservations, kindly use this link. See charges on poster. https://lnkd.in/dGfi5y9

This event promises to be a good event to network and catch up with various players in the industry, with the serene atmosphere, and plenty of food and drink.

Don’t be left out of this year ending spectacle, join us in closing the year at a high, as we look towards the future for better days.