Tanzania: Cabinet to Start Talks for $30B LNG Project

Tanzania: Cabinet to Start Talks for $30B LNG Project

(Bloomberg) — Tanzania plans to negotiate terms for developing a $30 billion liquefied natural gas project with companies between April and September, the Energy Ministry said. Advertisements

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Tanzania: Govt sets up mineral trading centres to curb illegal gold exports

Tanzania: Govt sets up mineral trading centres to curb illegal gold exports

Tanzania has ordered all mineral-producing regions in the East African nation to set up government-controlled trading centres by the end of June, accelerating efforts to curb illegal exports of gold and other precious minerals.

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Tanzania: Govt threatens Acacia with closing North Mara over water pollution

Tanzania: Govt threatens Acacia with closing North Mara over water pollution

Tanzania has given Barrick Gold-subsidiary Acacia Mining (LON:ACA) until March 30 to stop waste water pollution at its North Mara mine or face a shutdown, but the country’s No.1 gold producer said Friday a brief spill affecting the operation has already been halted.

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Africa Energia: Tanzania facilitates construction of joint power project

Africa Energia: Tanzania facilitates construction of joint power project

Tanzania’s contractors have committed to set up a 400 kilovolt (kV) transmission line alongside other accompanying substations. This development which is line with the Kenya-Tanzania Power Interconnection Project involves the construction of an overhead transmission line from Singida in Tanzania to Isinya in Kenya.

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Africa Mining: Tanzania to cancel licenses for undeveloped mineral sites

Africa Mining: Tanzania to cancel licenses for undeveloped mineral sites

Tanzania intends to cancel permits for mineral sites belonging to large-scale miners that remain undeveloped and will allocate the licences to smallholders, President John Magufuli said, quoted by Bloomberg.

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Africa Energy: “Regional grid integration with Malawi, Tanzania and Angola as priorities” – SAPP

Africa Energy: “Regional grid integration with Malawi, Tanzania and Angola as priorities” – SAPP

The Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) will prioritise connecting Malawi, Tanzania and Angola to the regional electricity grid by 2021, with an additional 22 000 MW of electricity generation capacity to be added to the regional grid by 2022.

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