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The Early Oil Pilot Scheme: A Litmus Test of Kenya’s Oil Governance

Amid much pomp and fanfare, President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the Early Oil Pilot Scheme (EOPS) on the 3rd of June in Turkana. The Scheme entails the transportation of stored crude oil drawn from the testing oil wells; and the production of 2000 barrels of oil per day over a two-year period.Tullow Oil has stated that the scheme is meant to help test the reservoir behaviour and the midstream process to inform the South Lokichar Full Field Development (FFD). The oil production levels under the…See More
Sep 5
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

The Early Oil Pilot Scheme: A Litmus Test of Kenya’s Oil Governance

Amid much pomp and fanfare, President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the Early Oil Pilot Scheme (EOPS) on the 3rd of June in Turkana. The Scheme entails the transportation of stored crude oil drawn from the testing oil wells; and the production of 2000 barrels of oil per day over a two-year period.Tullow Oil has stated that the scheme is meant to help test the reservoir behaviour and the midstream process to inform the South Lokichar Full Field Development (FFD). The oil production levels under the…See More
Aug 28
Vincent osebe mboga commented on Gilbert Makore's blog post 'New Discussion Paper on Sub-National Payments in Kenya's Oil Sector'
"Revenue sharing will ensure both stakeholders benefit, this as well  boosts local communities and safeguard the project."
May 15
Vincent osebe mboga favorited Gilbert Makore's blog post New Discussion Paper on Sub-National Payments in Kenya's Oil Sector
May 15
A blog post by Gilbert Makore was featured

New Discussion Paper on Sub-National Payments in Kenya's Oil Sector

This paper aims to give an overview of revenue benefit sharing in the context of Kenya’s oil development in Turkana. It outlines the importance of revenue sharing; what the different proposed formulas may mean with respect to the cash value of transfers to sub-national levels; assesses absorptive capacity of Turkana county as this has been put forward as justifying the proposed revenue sharing formula as contained in the current Bill and concludes with recommendations for both national and…See More
May 15
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

New Discussion Paper on Sub-National Payments in Kenya's Oil Sector

This paper aims to give an overview of revenue benefit sharing in the context of Kenya’s oil development in Turkana. It outlines the importance of revenue sharing; what the different proposed formulas may mean with respect to the cash value of transfers to sub-national levels; assesses absorptive capacity of Turkana county as this has been put forward as justifying the proposed revenue sharing formula as contained in the current Bill and concludes with recommendations for both national and…See More
May 8
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

Kenya’s New Government and Imperatives for Extractives Governance Reform

https://kenya.oxfam.org/blog/kenya%E2%80%99s-new-government-and-imperatives-extractives-governance-reformAfter a long electoral period, Kenya now has a new Parliament and Cabinet Secretaries nominated in January 2018. Institutionally, the ministries responsible for mining and petroleum have now been merged into one. One of the backdrops of the electoral period and what…See More
Feb 20
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

Oxfam Kenya's New Report- Testing Community Consent: Tullow Oil Project in Kenya

The report is available hereFPIC%20Report-November%202017.pdf Oxfam in Kenya, in line with its country strategy which aims at influencing positive policy and practice changes supported…See More
Nov 13, 2017
Mukasiri Sibanda commented on Gilbert Makore's blog post 'The US Withdrawal from EITI: A Note from Africa'
"Well said, USA's withdrawal from EITI has collateral damages to  resource rich African countries like Zimbabwe which are yet to join EITI.  USA, as a global power, should be exemplary on governance of extractives"
Nov 9, 2017
Kristian Lempa commented on Gilbert Makore's blog post 'The US Withdrawal from EITI: A Note from Africa'
"Hi Gilbert, thanks for this analysis. I agree - after this step the EITI-community will need to fight even harder to continue the success story of the EITI. We need to be able to show positive impact of EITI implementation and move beyond good will…"
Nov 9, 2017
Tracey Cooper favorited Gilbert Makore's blog post The US Withdrawal from EITI: A Note from Africa
Nov 8, 2017
Mukasiri Sibanda favorited Gilbert Makore's blog post The US Withdrawal from EITI: A Note from Africa
Nov 7, 2017
sampebgo souleymane favorited Gilbert Makore's blog post The US Withdrawal from EITI: A Note from Africa
Nov 7, 2017
Gilbert Makore favorited Extractives and Development's blog post Invitation to register: Climate Change – Extractive Industries – Resource Efficiency @COP23
Nov 6, 2017
Gilbert Makore posted a blog post

The US Withdrawal from EITI: A Note from Africa

 The US formally communicated its decision to withdraw from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) on the 2nd of November. This was hardly surprising and was expected given an earlier decision to remove Section 1504 Dodd Frank Act that would have required mandatory disclosure of…See More
Nov 6, 2017
Erick Luwongo is attending Gilbert Makore's event

Tanzania Extractive Industries Conference 2017 at Dodoma, Tanzania

November 2, 2017 to November 3, 2017
Our friends in Tanzania- HakiRasilimali- are convening the Tanzania Extractive Industries Conference from 2-3 November 2017 in Dodoma, Tanzania. The event is being held under theme ' Examining the potential of oil, gas and mining development in Tanzania. Please attached a flyer on the event. Tanzania is important geo-politically- moreso given recent developments in the extractive sector. Some of the issues that will be discussed include resource nationalism, parliamentary oversight,…See More
Oct 31, 2017

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Gilbert Makore's Blog

The Early Oil Pilot Scheme: A Litmus Test of Kenya’s Oil Governance

Posted on August 28, 2018 at 11:22 0 Comments

Amid much pomp and fanfare, President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the Early Oil Pilot Scheme (EOPS) on the 3rd of June in Turkana. The Scheme entails the transportation of stored crude oil drawn from the testing oil wells; and the production of 2000 barrels of oil per day over a two-year period.

Tullow Oil has stated that the…

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New Discussion Paper on Sub-National Payments in Kenya's Oil Sector

Posted on May 8, 2018 at 11:12 1 Comment

This paper aims to give an overview of revenue benefit sharing in the context of Kenya’s oil development in Turkana. It outlines the importance of revenue sharing; what the different proposed formulas may mean with respect to the cash value of transfers to sub-national levels; assesses absorptive capacity of Turkana county as this has been put forward as justifying the proposed revenue sharing formula as contained in the current Bill and concludes with recommendations for both national and…

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Kenya’s New Government and Imperatives for Extractives Governance Reform

Posted on February 20, 2018 at 12:07 0 Comments

https://kenya.oxfam.org/blog/kenya%E2%80%99s-new-government-and-imperatives-extractives-governance-reform

After a long electoral period, Kenya now has a new Parliament and Cabinet Secretaries nominated in January 2018. Institutionally, the ministries responsible for mining and petroleum have…

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Oxfam Kenya's New Report- Testing Community Consent: Tullow Oil Project in Kenya

Posted on November 13, 2017 at 6:10 0 Comments

The report is available here

FPIC%20Report-November%202017.pdf 

Oxfam in Kenya, in line with its country strategy which aims at influencing positive policy and…

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