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Old February 22nd, 2012, 06:50 PM   #1
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TANZANIA | Business, Economy & Infrastructure reports

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By Darshini Shah | Tue, 03/01/2012 - 11:13

Ophir Energy (OPHR) kicked off 2012 with a start to its drilling programme in Tanzania, with plans to drill "at least nine wells" across its whole portfolio during the year.

Drilling will commence with the Jodari-1 and Mzia-1 (previously named 1W) wells, both located in Block 1. The company said that "for efficiency reasons", the Mzia-1 top hole section will be drilled first, before moving to Jodari-1. After Jodari-1 has been completely drilled, the bottom portion of Mzia-1 will be worked on.

The Mzia-1 well spudded in 1,500 metres of water on 1 January 2012, with drilling of the top hole section expected to take seven to 10 days. The Jodari-1 well will spud in a water depth of 1,155 metres and drill to total depth of about 4,600 metres subsea in an estimated 40 days.

"Jodari is modelled by Ophir to contain mean resources of 2.2 trillion cubic feet in the stacked targets," the company said in a statement.

Ophir currently holds 40% of Blocks 1, 3 and 4 in Tanzania, with the remaining 60% owned by BG Group (BG.), which has full operatorship.

Other assets

Tanzania is also home to Ophir's East Pande 3D seismic programme, which commenced mobilisation on 30 December. The 2,200 square kilometre 3D seismic programme, in which Ophir holds 70% of the East Pande licence, is expected to take 40 days to complete and is designed to mature prospects for possible drilling late in 2012.

With regard to the Equatorial Guinea rig contract, Ophir expects to "imminently" conclude negotiations to secure a rig for a three to four-well drilling programme in the extended Block R, in which Ophir holds an 80% interest. The programme is expected to start in late March and is estimated to take approximately 60 days.

Last but not least, the Mbeli and Ntsina 3D seismic programme in Gabon, in which Ophir holds 50%, commenced mobilisation on 26 December. The 2,100 square kilometre 3D seismic programme is expected to take 42 days to complete.

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Ten wells will be drilled this year.

Firm seals deal to explore gas and oil

Addressing stakeholders during the signing ceremony yesterday, Minister for Energy and Minerals William Ngeleja said Swala was the first investor to team up with Tanzanians in oil and gas exploration.

“Some company shares will be set aside for local communities surrounding the oil and gas exploration fields,” Mr Ngeleja said, “and others will be listed at the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange.”

Oil and gas exploration activities are rising rapidly in the country. Ten wells will be drilled this year

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Old February 22nd, 2012, 06:57 PM   #3
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Tanzania already owns 17 such premises out of 32 foreign missions worldwide.


Tanzania to build $40m mall in Nairobi


Tanzania already owns 17 such premises out of 32 foreign missions worldwide.

The first investment centres were set up in Washington DC and New York a few years ago.

“It is expensive to run a mission abroad and so we want to set up a number of investment centres in strategic areas to generate revenue to meet the costs of our diplomatic missions around the globe,” said the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation Bernard Membe

plans are underway to replicate other construction projects at Tanzania’s embassies in Kigali in Rwanda, Maputo in Mozambique, Abuja in Nigeria and Kinshasa in the DRC.

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Ngeleja said "there were 15 exploration companies searching for oil and gas in the country.

Tanzania's current natural gas reserves have risen to more than 10 trillion cubic feet

"Three offshore gas fields have been discovered in the deep waters and plans are underway to appraise the gas fields for possible development," Ngeleja said.

This brings the total number of gas fields found in the country's offshore area to seven, Reuters reports.

Tanzania is seeking a $1.06 billion loan from China to build a natural gas pipeline from Mtwara region in the southern part of the country to Dar es Salaam, following a sharp rise in energy demand for power generation.

A study by the East African Community shows a separate pipeline to move natural gas from Dar es Salaam to the Kenyan port city of Mombasa would cost up to $630 million.

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"in pure technical terms, make Tanzania a gas economy” said the minister of Finance

Huge gas deposits found in Tanzania


in pure technical terms, make Tanzania a “gas economy” said the minister of Finance
Huge gas deposits found in Tanzania


Tanzania is expected to receive an FDI of around $7 billion from just one company, Ophir Energy and its partners British Gas. Other multinational companies like Petrobras and Statoil are in drilling programmes in 2012.

The country has proven natural gas deposits of about 7 trillion cubic feet. It is estimated that Tanzania will confirm around 60 trillion cubic feet of natural gas from the current 7 trillion cf.

About 3.5 trillion cubic feet of the reserves have already been commercialized with natural gas wells being drilled in Songo Songo and Mnazi Bay gas fields. Tanzania’s gas reserves border those of Mozambique in the Ruvuma basin where commercial natural gas reserves of about $800 billion have been discovered by Eni SpA and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. The reserves are 36 times more valuable than Mozambique’s economy.

Exploration status

Preliminary exploration reports have also indicated the presence of oil in Mozambique. Similar results are expected in Tanzania soon.

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British firm to invest over USD $10bn in gas extraction


A delegation of British investors has briefed President Jakaya Kikwete on a plan to put USD 10 to 20 billion in the economy to develop infrastructure to exploit the country’s huge gas reserves.

The British Gas International (BGI) delegation lead by its chairman Sir Robert Wilson visited President Kikwete at the state House on Monday.

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Wow, you guys are so lucky to have all that amount of gas.We also have to start looking for something within Kenya or we are going to be left behind.
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Wow, you guys are so lucky to have all that amount of gas.We also have to start looking for something within Kenya or we are going to be left behind.
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Mozambique and Tanzania may eventually rival Qatar and Australia as the world's biggest suppliers of liquefied natural gas

Country to Reign in Natural Gas Production


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The Tanzanian government plans to build a pipeline to carry natural gas to Dar es Salaam. (Photo Courtesy Flickr/heipmann)

TANZANIA has good prospects of becoming a major producer of natural gas by the end of a decade, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

But, the Bretton Woods institution has warned that successful management of the future gas wealth remains critical. Following the Executive Board's discussion on Tanzania, Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair Naoyuki Shinohara stated: "There could be large foreign direct investment inflows over the next five years, and a substantial increase in exports and government revenue beginning around 2020.

"The authorities are appropriately planning to review over the coming year the macroeconomic policies and institutions that are needed to meet this challenge." The country has proven natural gas deposits of about seven trillion Cubic Feet (CF). It is estimated that Tanzania will confirm around 60 trillion CF of natural gas from the current seven trillion CF.

About 3.5 trillion CF of the reserves have already been commercialised with natural gas wells being drilled in Songo Songo and Mnazi Bay gas fields. Tanzania's gas reserves border those of Mozambique in the Ruvuma basin where commercial natural gas reserves of about 800billion US dollar (1,280trn/-) have been discovered by Eni SpA and Anadarko Petroleum Corp.

To prepare the economy for major gas investments, the government is drafting a natural gas master plan as well as a gas and petroleum revenue management Bill. The Bill will cover the budget treatment of gas revenue. Also the tax regime will be reviewed to ensure adequate cover for the gas sector. This will go hand in hand with development of staff expertise in the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) on tax issues associated with the development and exploitation of gas.

The reports for huge gas deposits have drawn the interest of the world's largest oil and gas exploration companies such as BP, Petrobras, Statoil, Exxon Mobil and Shell. According to Bloomberg, a news wire firm, this year, 23 wells will be drilled off Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique, almost double the number in 2011, according to research from Morgan Stanley.

"Assuming that the drilling success is continued you would expect to see consolidation around probably one mega-terminal," for Mozambique and one in Tanzania, Ophir Chief Executive Officer Nick Cooper said in an interview. "Obviously the bigger fish tend to eat the smaller fish."

Statoil ASA (STL), Norway's largest oil company, plans to drill a well this year at an exploration block in Tanzania where it's a partner with Exxon Mobil, CEO Helge Lund said. Statoil also has to drill at two exploration licence areas in Mozambique before 2015. The "geographic location is almost perfect for LNG" shipments eastbound, the Exxon Mobil CEO said.

Mozambique and Tanzania may eventually rival Qatar and Australia as the world's biggest suppliers of liquefied natural gas (LNG), Investec's Joyner said. The East African deposits found so far are large enough to justify construction of at least eight LNG production trains, according to estimates by the companies.
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TANZANIA: Gas set to power Tanzania’s economy

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Tanzania Minister of FinanceDar es Salaam. The Tanzanian government must ensure that its citizens are fully involved in the gas and oil exploration, production and processing chain, to enable the country to reap maximum benefits from its huge fuel reserves.

That’s the advice that experts are floating, in the light of geological surveys and reports, which indicate that Tanzania is on the verge of discovering huge commercial gas reserves that would generate billions of dollars in Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs).

According to the minister for Finance and Economic Affairs Mustafa Mkulo, the inflow of FDIs into the country would boost government revenue and constitute the largest part of exports.

This, he said, would convert Tanzania into a “gas economy.” Strategies to prepare the economy to adapt to such huge investments have started, but experts stress that, local people should be duly tuned and given opportunities to participate fully in the preliminary phases of tapping the valuable resources for them to yield good returns.

They further advise that the gas sector should be linked appropriately to the rest of the economy; cautioning that, otherwise, its benefit to East Africa’s second largest economy would either be none or minimal.

Dr John Musyoka of the Arusha-based Training Centre for Development Co-operation says: “There is no point in just letting others do the exploration and development of our natural gas potential or any other natural resource.

“ Tanzania and other East African countries need to understand that we need local companies and expertise that can accomplish this with minimum support from outside.” Experts say the gas industry development will be a catalyst to the predominantly agriculture economy by stimulating other sectors such as supply services, and thus create job opportunities.

They have advised the government to be cautious from the very outset, to avoid blunders like the shoddy mining contracts that caused huge financial losses and bitterness in the past.

“It is high time we opened up new areas for revenue sources. However, we would like to see the government taking charge as a large player just like South Africa and Norway, whose economies are thriving smoothly on the strength of their natural resources,” Dr Razack Lokina, a lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam, said.

The country has proven natural gas deposits of about 7 trillion cubic feet. It is estimated that Tanzania will confirm around 60 trillion cubic feet of natural gas from the current 7 trillion cf.

Tanzania is expected to receive FDI of around $7 billion from just one company, Ophir Energy, and its partners, British Gas.

Other multinational companies like Petrobras and a Norwegian Statoil are undertaking drilling programmes.
“Discussions on how to position the country to best take advantage of the huge natural gas potential have been initiated,” Mr Mkulo pointed out in a letter to IMF boss Christine Lagarde late last year.

To prepare the economy for major gas investments, the government is drafting a natural gas master plan as well as a gas and petroleum revenue management Bill. The Bill will cover the budget treatment of gas revenue.

The tax regime will also be reviewed to ensure adequate cover for the gas sector. This will go hand in hand with development of staff expertise in the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) on tax issues associated with the development and exploitation of gas, Mr Mkulo said.

But experts emphasise that the government’s determination to transform the nation into a gas-driven economy must be preceded by institution of a legal framework and building institutional capacity.

“We have to swiftly make sure that we have reliable infrastructure, which includes the upgrading of our roads, railways, ports, airports, water and power…We also need to invest heavily in training as well as develop enough personnel along the reformed legal system,” said Dr Bitrina Diyamett, the Executive Director of the Africa Technology Policy Studies (ATPS-Tanzania).

About 3.5 trillion cubic feet of the reserves have already been commercialized with natural gas wells being drilled in Songo Songo and Mnazi Bay gas fields in Lindi and Mtwara regions, respectively.

Even if Tanzania cannot have adequate public and private financial and technological resources to do this alone, Dr Musyoka said, the country, and others in the region, must have regional entities that can help explore, exploit and develop the country’s natural resources sector, just like other regions of the world.

“We need to develop a way of bringing our business people and public resources together to have companies indigenous to East Africa doing this business. This is the only way we can guarantee employment and a constant stream of positive benefits to our people from our natural resources now and in the future,” he remarked.
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Norwegian oil and gas firm Statoil has encountered indications of natural gas in a "good quality reservoir"

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OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian oil and gas firm Statoil has encountered indications of natural gas in a "good quality reservoir" in the Zafarani-1 well in Block 2 offshore Tanzania, it said on Friday.

The firm added that it was too early to give any indication on the size and commerciality of the find.

Statoil holds 65 percent of the bloc while ExxonMobil has the remaining 35 percent.

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The company would start exploration of the blocks, covering a gross area of 3.4 million hectares

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Australia-based Otto energy will acquire 50% stakes in two onshore production sharing agreements in Tanzania from joint venture partner Swala Oil and Gas, the company has announced.

Andrew Hobbs 21 February 2012 05:48 GMT

The stakes are in the onshore Kilosa-Kilombero area and Pangani area PSAs, originally awarded to Swala under an Area of Mutual Interest Agreement signed in January 2011.

Otto said the acquisition, which is subject to Tanzanian government approval, gave it an entry into the East African Rift Valley area on attractive terms.

The Pangani block is believed to be an arm of a triple point junction the eastern branch of the Rift Valley system, Otto said, while the Kilosa-Kilombero licence could be linked with the greater western rift system of the East Africa Rift.

The company would start exploration of the blocks, covering a gross area of 3.4 million hectares, by getting airborne gravity and magnetic information to confirm the presence of a significant sedimentary basin in the area.

If results from the initial data acquisition are positive then the Otto-Swala joint venture can elect to acquire seismic data prior to committing to a well in either block, Otto said.

Otto chief executive Gregor McNab said the company had been waiting to find assets to complement its portfolio in the Philippines, which he said spanned the exploration, development and production life cycle.

Swala will remain operator of the project with a 50% stake.

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Tanzania to have East Africa’s biggest steel mill

Tanzania to have East Africa’s biggest steel mill

Dar es Salaam. Kamal Group of Companies has said it will soon start construction of a steel producing mill, tipped to be the biggest in the entire East African region.The company’s chairman, Gagan Gupta, told reporters in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the project will cost $222 million (about Sh311 billion). The mill will have production capacity of 700,000 tonnes of steel per year

“A team of engineers is already in Dar es Salaam to inspect the site and take over the remaining job of installing machines”, he said.

“So far, 24 plots in the EPZ have been booked by foreign investors from India and the United Arab Emirates from the land which is more than 300 acres”, he said.
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There we are, liberation movements, there we were - depending on the resources in Tanzania.
Robert Mugabe

Most importantly, it was with the moral and material support of the Tanzanian People that we managed to defeat Apartheid.
Jacob Zuma
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