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Turkana Oil Needs 373 Billion to be Fully Drilled Out And Exported

Despite the fact that the fuel price in Kenya is currently very high, the country has one of the largest oil reserves in East Africa which is located in Turkana, the oil reserve was first discovered in 2012 by Tullow which is a British based oil company.

Tullow has released a 373 billion Kenya shillings budget which will see the Turkana oil fully drilled out and exported or even used locally, the budget includes a oil pipeline which will be constructed from the Ngamia oil fields to a refinery station which will be constructed in the Lamu port.

The pipeline will have special heating equipments which will make the oil flow in a easy way for it has been confirmed to be very waxy and will cover a distance of more than 700 kilometers, Tullow is ready to fully fund the budget and will regain the money when the oil will start to be exported in a large volume.

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