Tag: Tanzania

  • Sustainable electricity pricing for Tanzania

    By: Donna Peng , Rahmat Poudineh

    In order to fulfil its aspiration to become a middle-income country, Tanzania is working on improving infrastructure and service delivery in electricity provision, where $40 billion investment is needed in the sector to meet rising demand and widening electrification efforts from 2013 to 2035. This paper considers the institutional arrangements for investment in Tanzania’s power […]

  • East Africa Gas – The Potential for Export

    By: David Ledesma

    In the world of upstream oil and gas, the emergence of a major new prospective area always creates a frisson of excitement.  Once the discoveries are assessed and we move past the initial question of how the potential resource base was previously overlooked, attention focuses on the likely ultimate scale of the resource, the cost […]

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