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Interview: Omar Mithá – Chairman and CEO, National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH), Mozambique (Part II)

In Part II of an exclusive two-part interview (click here for Part I), Omar Mithá, chairman and CEO of Mozambique’s national oil company, the National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH), discusses how Mozambique fares in relation to its regional competitors, its evolving relationship …

26.06.2018

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Seizing the Moment in Tanzania

In Tanzania, new oil and gas legislation, a proactive president fighting against corruption, big gas discoveries, and a potentially game-changing LNG export plant mean that opportunities abound. “Despite this being a very new industry for us, we are making definite headway …

04.08.2016


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East African Gas: The Race Is On

East African neighbors Tanzania and Mozambique both have abundant natural gas resources; the race is now on to see which nation can best capitalize on them. No one can accuse Tanzania of dithering when it comes to normalizing its nascent oil and …

20.07.2016

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Lindi: Tanzania’s Jewel in the Crown

Tanzania’s proposed LNG export plant, to be based in the southern town of Lindi close to the deep-sea offshore blocks where most of Tanzania’s gas discoveries have been made, has the potential to be a game-changer in the history of …

12.07.2016


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Interview: Øystein Michelsen – Country Manager, Statoil Tanzania

Statoil Tanzania’s Øystein Michelsen discusses the recent discovery of offshore gas in Tanzania, stakeholder relations, the country’s proposed LNG plant, and developing local content through an entrepreneurship competition for Tanzania’s youth. Statoil has been present in Tanzania since 2007; could …

23.06.2016

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Interview: Salim Bashir – Partner, KPMG Tanzania

KPMG Tanzania’s Salim Bashir discusses Tanzania’s country competitiveness, the importance of infrastructure growth, and the country’s enormous potential as an oil and gas producer. Could you begin by explaining the work of KPMG in Tanzania, who your main clients are, …

10.06.2016


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Interview: Matthew Allen – Managing Director & CEO, Otto Energy, Tanzania

Matthew Allen discusses Otto Energy’s two plays in Tanzania, NOC relations, counter-cyclical opportunities, and the country’s potential to become a major oil and gas producer. Otto’s only engagement outside of North America is in Tanzania. Could you begin by explaining …

07.06.2016

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Interview: Jim Baban – VP International Business & Managing Director, Heritage Oil, Tanzania

Heritage Oil MD Jim Baban discusses his company’s onshore oil play in Tanzania; Heritage’s successful track record in East Africa; positive government relations; and the strategic and financial benefits of Heritage’s 2014 Qatari buyout. 2014 saw Heritage bought out by …

31.05.2016


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Tanzania gearing up to capitalize on East African hydrocarbons bonanza

In a surprise announcement, Tanzania has beaten out Kenya in a race to carry land-locked Uganda’s oil to international markets. The Ugandan government in Kampala, had been expected to follow through with a previously mooted proposal to link its oil …

17.05.2016

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Interview: Jamidu Katima – Chairman, Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA), Tanzania

Jamidu Katima, Chairman of EWURA, Tanzania’s mid- and downstream energy regulator, discusses the organization’s restructured role in the light of new legislation, the importance of promoting local content, and the country’s openness and readiness for foreign investment. Prof. Katima, could …

17.05.2016


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Interview: Matthew Allen – Managing Director & CEO, Otto Energy, Australia

Matthew Allen reveals the ambitious growth strategy of one of 2016’s busiest Australian juniors. Having drilled its first well off Tanzania and recently encountered substantial oil discoveries in Louisiana, Otto Energy is now looking to expand its footprint in the Gulf …

10.05.2016

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Interview: Dr. James Mataragio – Managing Director of the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation

The TPDC’s Managing Director discusses his motivations for joining the organization, the restructuring of the Tanzanian O&G market, long-term plans including investment into LNG, and exploring Tanzania and East Africa’s enormous potential. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers mentioning …

22.03.2016


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