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Tullow-led joint venture reveals revised Kenya plans

Kenya’s ambitions to become a crude exporter might be back on track, as Tullow and partners have revised their Turkana plans

Anglo-Irish independent Tullow Oil and its partners have revised their stalled Kenyan plans and are seeking fresh investors in the updated development. The Turkana joint venture—comprising Tullow (50pc), French major TotalEnergies (25pc) and Canada’s Africa Oil Corp (25pc)—has submitted a fresh, draft field development plan (FDP) to Kenya’s government. The partners intend to present a final FDP by the end of this year, following any feedback from the Ministry of Energy & Petroleum. Tullow says the JV is “actively seeking strategic partners for the project”, and that they intend to secure new stakeholders before taking a final investment decision. The partners are working on finalising c



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