Tullow resumed oil exploration in December 2016 and discovered oil at its Erut 1 well located in South Lokichar basin.
According to Tullow Oil Exploration Director Angus McCoss, the new discovery is a boost to the Kenya’s oil prospects expected to begin exportation mid-year.
Tullow is set to start producing about 2,000 barrels of crude oil daily for early small-scale exports as part of the government’s plan to test the global market.
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