Kenya is seeking KSh500 billion ($4.55 billion) in investment for the development of pipeline, central processing and storage facilities from Lokichar to the coast –
Kenya began to effectively mobilize private investment to meet its financing needs.
The project supports Kenya’s 2022 goal for universal access to electricity.
The webinar hosted on 4 June 2020, provided energy industry leaders a platform to share strategies and thoughts on how Kenya’s oil and gas sector can deal with the implications caused by COVID-19.
African governments are advised to consider the long-term effects of COVID-19 on oil and gas projects.
4 June 2020, 15:00 SAST | The webinar will explore the opportunities for Kenya’s oil and gas industry in the near-term.
The plant will provide more than 200,000 households with affordable and renewable energy.
The wind farm sets the country closer to its goal of 100 percent renewable energy generation by 2030.
Total, Tullow Oil and Africa are joint venture partners on this deal.