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The king of oman, sayyid qaboos bin said al said has assured the president of tanzania, Dr. john magufuli, that the country is ready to support the government's efforts. The Minister of Energy, Dr. medard kalemani (left) looks at the incoming natural gas filling in one of the vehicles of the dangote cement factory, after launching the use of natural gas in the company's vehicles, during a visit to Mtwara region on March 5, 2021. " one is a witness, the success of the gas industry has now increased where last year 2018, gas accounted for 2% of GDP, from 0.9% in 2017, this increase is also due to the work of distribution and sale of the gas from production to for consumers, this is certainly a great achievement ”, said Dr. Dr. kalemani gave a one-month term from that day to the leadership of the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (tpdc), the Energy and Water Regulatory Authority (ewura), the High Petroleum Regulatory Authority (Pura), the lawyer's office the head of state along with ministry experts, to conduct a review of industrial gas prices to enable investors to produce more efficiently. He said Tanzania hopes to benefit more from the energy as it has already begun to show positive signs in revenue. "From 2004 to 2023 24 we expect to collect more than sh 600 billion for tax alone, there is also money that goes to the oil and gas fund sh 135 billion in a short period of time.
ARA should stop heel dragging and show the world they are getting on with things. Only 10 months now until drill . We must be due an update now soon, be nice to have news on the receivables owed and KN1 plans .
Dr. Kalemani made the inauguration during his working visit to Mtwara Region to visit the Dangote Factory, inspect the Mtwara Electric Cooling Station and visit the Ntorya Natural Gas Well held on March 5, 2021.
By Zuena Msuya Mtwara The Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani has launched the use of natural gas in vehicles (CNG) of Dangote cement factory company in its journeys instead of using fuel. Dr. Kalemani made the inauguration during his working visit to Mtwara Region to visit the Dangote Factory, inspect the Mtwara Electric Cooling Station and visit the Ntorya Natural Gas Well held on March 5, 2021. He said the factory planned to connect a total of 600 vehicles using natural gas, whereas in the first phase they have already connected 250 vehicles, in the second phase they will connect 350 vehicles. However Dr. Kalemani advised the management of the factory to merge all of its 1000 vehicles using natural gas in its journeys instead of oil. The natural gas processing project at the Dangote plant has cost 21 billion Tanzanian shillings, from the initial stages to its completion. "Gas consumption is cheaper and reduces about 45% of operating costs compared to fuel, it is also non-explosive and environmentally friendly, I urge all motorists, motorcycles, Bajajis and all fire engines to use natural gas in its operation," said Dr. Kalemani. He also said that the use of natural gas in the country, has not yet reached one percent of all gas discovered in the country despite 60% of electricity used in the country due to the gas with more than 57 trillion cubic feet so far. Dr. Kalemani said that, the Government's plan is to distribute natural gas throughout the country and explained that Regions that are not geographically easy to reach will be built large tanks in special centers to store and distribute the gas in various places. The government has begun providing opportunities for private investors to invest in the CNG business, including companies with gas stations that will be able to install gas pumps in their vehicles. More than six (6) companies have already been given permission to continue the business and are in the process of applying for permits from the relevant authorities for the construction of such facilities and doing business selling gears for the use of vehicles in the country. For his part, the Executive Director of the Tanzania Petroleum Corporation (TPDC) Dr. James Mataragio said that, the agency plans to build five major gas distribution stations in the Dar es Salaam Region. Dr. Mataragio made it clear that for the financial year 2020/21, TPDC has allocated 28 billion shillings for the construction of two major stations in Dar es Salaam, one of which will be for the use of natural gas in the DART high-speed buses and the other will be used. for the use of private vehicles. In parallel, two small natural gas filling stations for vehicles will be built at Muhimbili National Hospital, the main fish ferry market and one station for the delivery of natural gas to the Kairuki Kibaha Pharmaceutical Factory. At another point Dr. Kalemani gave 10 days to Tanzania Electricity Corporation (TANESCO) executives at the Mtwara Electric Cooling a
Special power outage control equipment installed in power transmission poles, the Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani ordered the equipment to be installed in all parts of the country, during a visit to Mtwara Region, March 5, 2021. The Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani (left) looks at the amount of natural gas that enters the car of one of Dangote's cement factory companies, after launching the use of natural gas in the company's vehicles, during a visit to Mtwara region on March 5, 2021. The Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani (left) being shown how natural gas is filled in the tanks of Dangote cement natural gas company companies after launching the use of natural gas in the company's vehicles, during a visit to Mtwara region on March 5, 2021.
Dr. Kalemani Launches Natural Gas Use in Dangote Vehicles
MICHUZI BLOG AT FRIDAY, MARCH 05, 2021 NEWS,
The Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani (center) cuts a ribbon to unlock the use of natural gas in cars (CNG) of Dangote Cement Company during his visit to Mtwara region, March 5, 2021. Second from right is the CEO of Petroleum Development Corporation in the country (TPDC), Dr. James Mataragio and second from left is Mtwara Regional Commissioner, Gelasius Byakanwa.
The Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani driving a natural gas-powered car belonging to Dangote cement factory after launching the use of natural gas in the company's vehicles during a visit to Mtwara region on March 5, 2021.
The Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani (center) giving instructions to complete the maintenance of the Mtwara Regional Electric Cooling Station equipment, to Tanzania Electricity Corporation (TANESCO) executives during a visit to the region on March 5, 2021.
Acting Commissioner for Electricity and Renewable Energy of the Ministry of Energy, Engineer Innocent Luoga (center) explaining the matter to the Minister of Energy, Dr. Medard Kalemani (left) during a visit to inspect the cooling plants at the Mtwara Station, during a visit to the Region, March 5, 2021.