9-11 MAY 2017
Kenyatta International Convention Center, Nairobi, Kenya
M.E.S.K
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ExhibitioN Profile
OIL & GAS PROJECTS IN EAST AFRICA
  • Lamu Port and Southern Sudan-Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor Project

    A transport and infrastructure project that involves a port, a railway line, a road network, oil pipeline (cost: US$ 4 billion), an oil refinery expected to refine 120,000 bpd (cost: US$ 2.5 billion), three airports, and three resort cities.
    Project Cost: US$ 22 billion

  • Oilmoz Refinery and Industrial Park Project


    Expected be completed by 2018, the project in Mozambique is seen to have a total capacity of 350,000 bpd, with main outputs of Jet A-1, petrol, diesel and asphalt. The industrial park is planned to be completed between 2020 and 2022.
    Project Cost: US$ 5-7 billion

  • Kenya-Uganda Crude Oil Pipeline



    A 1,500-kilometer pipeline to pump oil from Uganda to the Indian Ocean serving Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, and Ethiopia, said to be the world’s largest heated oil pipeline.
    Project Cost: Est. US$ 4 billion


  • Uganda Oil Refinery



    Construction of an oil refinery in Uganda’s Hoima district with the first phase expected to be ready in 2018. The initial phase is expected to produce 30,000 bpd, gradually increasing to 60,000 bpd.
    Project Cost: US$ 2.5 billion


  • Bwana Mkubwa Oil Refinery Project

    The construction of an oil refinery in the Sub-Sahara gemstone Exchange Industrial park in Copperbelt, Ndole, Zambia, with an expected capacity to process about 5 million metric tons of oil annually.

    Project Cost: US$ 1.6 billion

  • Mombasa-Nairobi Oil Pipeline

    Construction of a 450-kilometer oil pipeline from Mombasa to Nairobi, which will replace the existing 14-inch pipeline that has served Kenya and the region for the last 37 years. The pipeline’s capacity is expected to reach 1m litres per hour(lph)
    Project Cost: US$ 500 million

  • Upgrading of the Mombasa-Eldoret Oil Pipeline

    The project includes the extension of the pipeline to the Ugandan capital and later to the oil region. The pipeline, which currently transports oil for export to landlocked Uganda and neighboring countries, will be equipped with a reverse flow
    Project Cost: Est. US$ 300 million

  • Eldoret-Kampala-Kigali Pipeline Project

    Construction of a pipeline for refined petroleum products from EldoretKampala-Kigali. Once completed, the three-leg pipeline is anticipated to significantly help facilitate Rwanda’s petroleum transportation from Nairobi, currently done by road oil tankers.
    Project Cost: ---

  • Port Sudan Refinery Rehabilitation Project



    The rehabilitation of the port Sudan Refinery to meet the increasing demand for oil products and to upgrade it to refine imported and exported crude oil.
    Project Cost: ---


MINING PROJECTS IN EAST AFRICA
  • Tanzania Mining and Power Project

    The construction of a coal and iron mine and a 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant in the commercial capital of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The project, expected to be operational in 2018-2019, will increase Tanzania’s coal-fired
    Project Cost: US$ 3 billion

  • Mkuju River Uranium Project

    The mining of uranium in the Ruvuma region in Tanzania, 470 kilometers southwest of Dar es Salaam. The projects holds 139,600 tons of measured and indicated resources and artifacts.
    Project Cost: ---

  • Kenya Coal Project

    The exploration and production of coal in the Mui Basin, located about 180 kilometers east of Nairobi in Kenya. The project involves developing two blocks in the concession area, estimated to host more than 400 million tons of coal reserves valued at US$ 40 billion.
    Project Cost: US$ 500 million

  • Kwale Mineral Sands Project (KMSP)

    The completion of Kenya’s first large-scale modern mining undertaking. It is considered the largest potential capital projects in Kenya, and is expected to produce up to 80,000 tons of rutile
    Project Cost: US$ 350 million

  • Kenya Limestone Mining Plant Project

    The construction of a limestone mining plant in the Ngaie, Kyuso district of Kenya, a project resulting from the discovery of massive limestone deposits, going to a depth of 90 meters.
    Project Cost: US$ 285 million

  • Taita International Mining & Industrial City (TIMIC)

    Kenya’s flagship project in Taita Taveta County, seen to market Kenya as a mineral destination, will contain mineral processing industries, a dry port, a fuel depot, a golf course, a natural lake, and residential and commercial...
    Project Cost: US$ 22 billion


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