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Masdar and Tanesco to Develop 2 GW Renewable Energy Capacity in Tanzania

Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, announced that it has signed an agreement with Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd. (TANESCO) related to the development of renewable energy projects with a total capacity of up to 2 gigawatts (GW). Abdulla Zayed, Head of Business Development & Investment at Masdar and Maharage Chande, Managing […]

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Wentworth, Partners Announce Strong Production Rates Offshore Tanzania

Wentworth, the independent, Tanzania-focused natural gas production company, has announced an operational update. Following record production achieved in 2021, Wentworth and its joint venture partners continued to realize strong production rates throughout 2022,recording an average production rate of 92 MMscf/d year to date. The five producing wells in the Mnazi Bay field and the associated […]

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Scirocco Divests 25% Interest In Tanzanian Gas Development Project To Wentworth

Wentworth Resources has reached agreement with Scirocco Energy to acquire its 25% non-operated working interest in the Ruvuma Production Sharing Agreement, in Tanzania. The 1.9 Tscf (mean GIIP) Ntorya gas discovery located within Ruvuma, Tanzania is operated by ARA Petroleum Tanzania (50% working interest, Aminex plc 25%) and is adjacent to Wentworth’s Mnazi Bay gas producing asset. The consideration is […]

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Aminex Progresses On Ruvuma Operations In Tanzania

AMINEX has said that its Operational activities under the Ruvuma PSA in Tanzania, where it owns a 25% carried working interest have progressed under the supervision of operator ARA Petroleum Tanzania (APT’) Seismic camp has being fully constructed, and the contractor Africa Geophysical Services (‘AGS’) is completing the mobilisation of all necessary equipment to site, […]

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Wentworth Quarterly Production Peaks, Raises Production Guidance For 2022 In Tanzania

Wentworth (holding 31.94%) and its joint venture partners have achieved record quarterly production of 91.5 MMScf/d from the Mnazi Bay gas field in the fourth quarter of 2021. This supported the steadily increasing demand for natural gas in Tanzania, which remained strong throughout the second half of last year. Positive economic indicators continue to support […]

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Wentworth and Vitol Increasing affordable, reliable and cleaner energy access in Tanzania

Wentworth Resources the independentTanzania-focused natural gas production company  has  announced a joint carbon offsetting partbership Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Vitol SA  regarding the supply of carbon credits to partially offset the impacts of its emissions footprint at Mnazi Bay.   In Q2 2021, Wentworth launched its inaugural Sustainability Report identifying climate change mitigation and […]

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Tanzania Energy Ministry Extends Aminex Ruvuma Operating Licence

Aminex has declared that the Ruvuma joint venture has received an extension to its licence under the Ruvuma PSA from the Ministry of Energy of Tanzania. The operator, ARA Petroleum Tanzania Limited (“APT”)secured the extension, which is valid for two years from 15 August 2021, and allows for the completion of the following:    – […]

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Exalo signs Drilling contract with PanAfrican Tanzania

Exalo Drilling has signed a contract with PanAfrican Energy Tanzania Ltd. which is the operator on the gas field located around Songo Songo Island. This will be Exalo Drilling’s first contract in Tanzania, but the company already has years of experience in drilling operations on the African continent. The contract covers the workover of three […]

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Shell, Equinor seeks Tanzania exigency on LNG Project

 Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Equinor ASA have called for Tanzania to act quickly on clearing the way for a liquefied natural gas project that has made limited progress. The East African nation needs to demonstrate its commitment to the project, “successfully restarting negotiations on the Host Government Agreement and pledging to conclude them in […]

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AMINEX Releases Ruvuma Operations Update Onshore Tanzania

 Aminex has provided the operational update on activities in the Ruvuma PSA, onshore Tanzania. As announced previously, the Company has completed the Farm-Out agreement with ARA Petroleum Tanzania Limited (“APT”) which has assumed Operatorship of the Ruvuma PSA. Under the Farm-Out agreement, Aminex is carried for its share of the associated field development costs up […]

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