Principal Secretary, State Department of Petroleum Mr. Andrew Kamau addresses a Breakfast Meeting for Media Professionals at a Nairobi Hotel to appraise them on the progress being made in the Oil and Gas Exploration in Kenya. The event was organized by the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum to brief the media on the projects undertaken under the Early Oil Production Scheme (EOPS).
The Principal Secretary for the State Department of Petroleum Mr. Andrew Kamau has clarified that the quantity of crude oil produced at Lokichar in Turkana County would not be transported to Mombasa Refinery for export by train because it was not economically viable.
Mr. Kamau said only 2,000 barrels of oil will be delivered to Mombasa refinery per day, saying it would be economical to transport it by road.
Energy Principal Secretary Eng. Joseph Njoroge is Excited as a Standard One Child at Gatuanyaga Primary School in Thika demonstrates to Him to do Math using the Tablet Provided by the Government under the Digital Literacy Program. PS Njoroge was at the School to Officially the Project Launch for Kiambu County.
Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum addressing Participants at the 3rd International Off-Grid Renewable Energy Conference in Nairobi.
Energy and Petroleum Cabinet Secretary Hon. Charles Keter has urged both local and international entreprenuers to support Kenya’s program towards universal access to electricity by investing in the country’s fast growing energy sector.
Principal Secretary for the State Department of Energy (seated right) signs an MoU for the Transmission of the Line Project with the Vice Governor of Jianxi Province of China at a Nairobi Hotel. CS Charles Keter (Standing right) and Ambassador of China to Kenya Mr. Liu Xianfa look on.
Energy and Petroleum Cabinet Secretary Hon. Charles Keter has laid ground for the start of the construction works of a Ksh.13.6billion solar power plant to be established in Garissa County in an effort to increase clean and affordable energy services across the country.
Energy Cabinet Secretary Hon. Charles Keter presents a trophy to the overall winner of the Energy
Journalism Execellence Award to Mr. David Herbling of Business Daily newspaper.
The Government is working towards ensuring that Kenya attains universal access status to electricity by 2020.
Energy and Petroleum Cabinet Secretary Mr. Charles Keter said by next year, 70 percent of Kenyans will receive power in their households following the ambitious energy generation and connection programs undertaken by his Ministry.