1. Tullow Oil sustain Kenyan operations despite investment cutbacks.  KBC Channel 1
  2. Tullow Oil to axe a third of its staff after $1.7bn pre-tax loss  The Guardian
  3. Tullow Oil warns of ‘perfect storm’ as crude price crashes  Financial Times
  4. Tullow to pump Sh4bn into Kenyan operations this year  Business Daily
  5. Tullow woes delay Kenyan oil dream  Standard Digital
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Tullow Oil is set to invest $40 million (Sh4.1 billion) in its Kenyan operation this year as it gears up for commercial oil production.Tullow Oil is set to invest $40 million (Sh4.1 billion) in its Kenyan operation this year as it gears up for commercial oil production.

Tullow to pump Sh4bn into Kenyan operations this year - Business Daily

“Tullow Oil opened 60% down this morning. Recovered a bit, to 28% down. On 2012, when it first announced its discovery of oil in Kenya, it is down 99%”

Daniel Knowles on Twitter: "Tullow Oil opened 60% down this morning. Recovered a bit, to 28% down. On 2012, when it first announced its discovery of oil in Kenya, it is down 99%"

The firm says the slump in oil prices might dampen the planned sale of some of its assets in Africa, including Kenya.The firm says the slump in oil prices might dampen the planned sale of some of its assets in Africa, including Kenya.

Tullow woes delay Kenyan oil dream : The Standard

In January, Tullow announced plans to exit its equity stake in Project Oil KenyaIn January, Tullow announced plans to exit its equity stake in Project Oil Kenya

Tullow to proceed with Kenya operations

British based oil explorer Tullow has defended its operations in the country insisting there remains enough oil reserves in the country.British based oil explorer Tullow has defended its operations in the country insisting there remains enough oil reserves in the country.

Tullow: There's enough oil in Kenya, no plans to exit - Citizentv.co.ke

Africa-focused Tullow Oil said it expects its free cash flow this year to reach $50 million to $75 million at an oil price of $50 a barrel, and to break even at prices of $45 a barrel.Africa-focused Tullow Oil said it expects its free cash flow this year to reach $50 million to $75 million at an oil price of $50 a barrel, and to break even at prices of $45 a barrel.

Tullow Oil cuts investment budget by a third

Tullow's business review resulted in plans to cut 35% of headcount and some US$2bn of asset write-downs, including US$1.25bn against the...

Tullow Oil Plc swings to US$1.6bn loss as write-offs to exploration business are much larger than expected

Tullow Oil has warned that its future could be in doubt as the “unprecedented” oil price crash may threaten its ability to complete $1 billion of asset sales it needs to meet conditions from itsTullow Oil has warned that its future could be in doubt as the “unprecedented” oil price crash may threaten its ability to complete $1 billion of asset sales it needs to meet conditions from its

Exploration company Tullow Oil is to reduce its headcount by 35pc after it reported a loss after tax of $1.7bn last year, on the back of exploration write-offs and impairments.Exploration company Tullow Oil is to reduce its headcount by 35pc after it reported a loss after tax of $1.7bn last year, on the back of exploration write-offs and impairments.

Tullow Oil to reduce headcount as it swings into loss on exploration write-offs - Independent.ie

Disappointing performance for company as exploration write-offs, impairments hit figuresDisappointing performance for company as exploration write-offs, impairments hit figures

Revenue falls at Tullow as explorer under pressure

2020-03-12 - Tullow Oil has announced a loss after tax of US$1.6 billion for the group in 2019.Tullow Oil has announced a loss after tax of US$1.6 billion for the group in...

Tullow loses US$1.6bn; 35% of staff to be retrenched

Tullow Oil said on Thursday the oil price slump may jeopardise planned $1 billion asset sales designed to refill its coffers as the Africa-focused group’s lenders may baulk at approving loans, threatening its future. The company said it expects its free cash flow to slide to $50 million-75 million this year at an oil price […]

Tullow Oil says oil price slump may jeopardise planned $1 billion asset sales - MyJoyOnline.com