East African countries race to become region’s first oil exporter

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By Tanzania Reports Correspondent Significant onshore oil discoveries in Uganda and Kenya and offshore gas discoveries in Tanzania and Mozambique have made East Africa a subject of intense interest among the global energy industry. The speed at which governments in East Africa are developing hydrocarbon reserves is a clear indication of their will to More...

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By TR On Monday, April 4th, 2016
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Statoil to award winners of Heroes of Tomorrow competition in mid April

By Tanzania Reports correspondent Statoil will award the winner of the second season of the Heroes of Tomorrow Business Competition mid this month. In promoting and supporting youth in Tanzania, Statoil established More...

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By TR On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
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Tanzania hinges optimism on its ‘pipelines experience’ to get Uganda oil pipe

By Lawrence Waziri,Dar es salaam The Tanzanian government has said that it is certain that it will win the deal for the construction of the 1,410-kilometre crude oil pipeline from Hoima in Uganda to Tanga Port More...

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By TR On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
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Some 450 youth registered for Statoil business ideas competition

By TR Reporter In pursuit to make a good life through entrepreneurship, more than 450 young people have come forward to participate in the ongoing Heroes of Tomorrow competition in Mtwara and Lindi regions. This More...

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By TR On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016
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Citizens getting more informed about prospects of oil and gas

By TR Reporter Anew poll from across the country shows that citizens oppose using gas as collateral for government borrowing Released in Dar es salaam recently, the study, dubbed, ‘How Tanzania should use its More...

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By TR On Friday, March 11th, 2016
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Tanzania’s Exim Bank acquires Imperial Bank Uganda

Uganda’s Central Bank has sold 58.6 per cent shares in Imperial Bank Uganda Limited to Tanzania’s Exim Bank in a landmark transaction expected to accelerate dissolution procedures being pursued against Imperial’s More...