CS Charles Keter addressing the media during the press convention alongside PS for Petroleum Mr. Andrew Kamau, Martin Mbogo- Nation Manager Tullow Oil, David Mahaga- General Manager Africa Oil, and Anthony G. Mwangi- Director, Public Affairs Tullow Oil.
The Kenyan Authorities has deferred the commissioning of the early oil pilot scheme (EOPS) to allow for the following Parliament to deal with matters raised in the Presidential Memorandum on Assent to the Petroleum (Exploration, Growth & Manufacturing) Invoice, 2015.
MEDIA URGED To promote Vitality AGENDA
Kenya Pipeline Managing Director & CEO Mr. Joe Sang joins the EJEA III Awardees on stage as they celebrate their achievement. From left: David Herbling- Nation Media Group (Energy Financing Award), Neville Otuki- Nation Media Group (Energy Generation Award and 2nd Runners up), Hillary Makoha- Baraka FM (Inexperienced Initiative Award and 1st Runners up), Paul Wafula- Standard Media Group (Overall Winner, Energy Policy and Regulation Award, Energy Transmission and Infrastructure Award and Oil & Gas class Award), Abi Ngina- Commonplace Media Group (Nuclear Vitality Award) and Moses Michura- Commonplace Media Group (Oil & Gas class Award).
Journalists have been urged to advertise the energy development agenda by means of quality and factual reporting of initiatives and initiatives being undertaken in the sector.
Speaking at the third Energy Journalism Excellence Awards (EJEA III) gala dinner, Principal Secretary Eng. Dr. Joseph Njoroge mentioned the media ought to help Kenyans perceive present efforts by the government to enhance entry to reasonably priced, dependable and environmental pleasant energy. Read extra …