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Oct 17, 2014
Tanzania's public audit office is extending its investigation into corruption in the energy industry, a move likely to further delay financial aid to the east African nation. A group of 12 international donors has withheld aid payments until the investigation's...
Sep 24, 2014
After decades of relying on supplemental private power generating plants to make up hydropower shortages, Tanzania will replace them with natural gas-fired turbines as the nation taps its big reserves of natural gas to generate cheap electricity. Amid recurring...
Dec 09, 2011
Tanzania’s State-owned power utility is seeking massive electricity tariffs increases to encourage foreign investment in the energy sector in order to deal with chronic energy shortages.
Sep 16, 2011
The inability of Tanzanian State-owned electricity utility, Tanesco, to meet current electricity demand, is encouraging local and international investment in the electricity sector and creating significant opportunities for emergency power generator use, says...
Sep 16, 2011
Low electricity tariffs in Tanzania are discouraging foreign companies from investing in the sector and contributing to chronic energy shortages, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Dec 01, 2005
As one of the least urbanised countries in the SADC region, the agriculture sector remains a pillar of the Tanzanian economy, because, in spite of a relatively high formal unemployment rate, many people in rural areas are living off the land through subsistence farming.
Oct 25, 2001
Tanzania has signed a development credit agreement with the World Bank in Washington under which the International Development Association (IDA) will make available some $183-million, for the Songo Songo gas project in Tanzania.
Oct 05, 2001
The Songo Songo gas-to-electricity project represents the first step in developing natural-gas infrastructure in East Africa, says Songas MD Jim McCardle.
 
 
 
 
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