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Tanroads in Tanzania
  |Bitumen Africa| Wednesday, 17 July, 2024   Tanroads (Tanzania National Roads Agency), is an organization responsible for the planning, design, construction, maintenance, and improvement of major highways and roads in Tanzania. This agency was established in the year 2000 and operates as an independent department under the Ministry of Transport and Communications in Tanzania. […]
History of Tanzania
|Bitumen Africa| Monday, 15 July, 2024 Tanzania, a country in East Africa, is located in a region with ancient history and rich culture. The history of Tanzania dates back thousands of years, with evidence showing that humans have lived in this region since ancient times. In the Middle Ages, Tanzania was part of the overland […]
Economy in Tanzania
|Bitumen Africa| Sunday, 14 July, 2024
Oil Falls as Cease Fire News Offsets Robust Market Signs
  |Bitumen Africa| Saturday, 13 July, 2024   10:00   Oil fell after progress on a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas outweighed signs of rising US crude demand that had propped up price earlier in the week. West Texas Intermediate retreated 0.5% to settle near $82 a barrel. US President Joe Biden said Friday in a […]
Oil Rises on Signs of Strengthening Demand After US Holiday
  |Bitumen Africa| Thursday, 11 July, 2024   12:00 AM   Oilrallied to settle above $82 a barrel as a government report showed signs of strengthening demand for refined products after the Fourth of July holiday, outweighing uncertainty over the timing of Federal Reserve rate cuts. The US Independence Day holiday provided an expected bump in […]
Germany Nears Decision on Fate of Seized Russian Oil Operations
  |Bitumen Africa| Wednesday, 10 July, 2024   10:00 AM   Germany is nearing a decision on what to do with the local units of Russian oil major Rosneft PGSC that the government seized two years ago after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. The future of the assets will be determined soon, a government official familiar with […]
Oil Futures Drop on Minimal Hurricane Beryl Disruptions
  |Bitumen Africa| Tuesday, 9 July, 2024  12:00   Oil fells as Hurricane Beryl looked less likely to pose major disruptions to crude infrastructure in Texas. West Texas Intermediate slid 1% to settle near $82 a barrel after four straight weekly gains. Concerns that Hurricane Beryl would impede oil operations in the Gulf of Mexico […]
Masai Mara Park
  |Bitumen Africa| Tuesday, 9 July, 2024   Report on Masai Mara National Reserve  Overview Masai Mara National Reserve, commonly known as the Masai Mara, is a large game reserve in Narok County, Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It is named in honor of the Maasai people, the ancestral inhabitants of […]
Serengeti Park
  |Bitumen Africa| Monday, 8 July, 2024  10:00   Serengeti National Park is a national park in the Serengeti region of Tanzania. This area is famous for the annual migration of more than one and a half million African wild cattle and 250,000 zebras. Due to its size and the large number of animals and […]
World Swahili Language Day
  |Bitumen Africa| Sunday, 7 July, 2024  14:00   Every year on 7 July , International Swahili Language Day is celebrated. This day is held to preserve and support the globalization of the Swahili language, prevent its disappearance, and promote it worldwide. What is Swahili language? Swahili is one of the indigenous languages spoken in […]
Overall OPEC Production Steady while Some Members Exceed Limits
  |Bitumen Africa| Monday, July 01, 2024  15:00   OPEC's crude production remained steady for a third month, while some key members continued to pump above agreed limits. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries produced an average of 26.98 million barrels a day in June, or 80,000 a day less than during the previous month, […]
Oil Near to 6% Higher for Month
  |Bitumen Africa| Sunday, 30 June, 2024 11:00   Oil settle little changed after retreating from a nearly two-month high as traders weighed a swelling supplies against escalating Mideast tensions. West Texas Intermediate crude fell 0.2% to near $81 a barrel. Oil remains locked in a narrow range as markets show rising US supplies and […]
The first batch of Ugandan oil imports close to the port of Mombasa, ending Kenya is monopoly.
  |Bitumen Africa| Saturday, 29 June, 2024 14:00   The first batch of Ugandan oil imports close to the port of Mombasa, ending Kenya is monopoly. Two fleets carrying Uganda's first direct-imported cargo of petroleum products are due to be docked at the port of Mombasa next week, ending the monopoly long enjoyed by Kenyan […]
Crude Futures Dipped on Stronger Dollar
  |Bitumen Africa| Wednesday, June 26, 2024 11:00   Oil dropped as a stronger dollar and weakness in technical measures overshadowed rising geopolitical risks. West Texas Intermediate fell to settle below $81, while Brent crude closed around $85 after settling at the highest since late April on Monday. The US dollar rebounded on Tuesday, making […]
Exxo Traders in Belgium Decline UK Transfer
  |Bitumen Africa| Monday, June 24, 2024 12:00   More than two dozen of ExxonMobil Corp. Trading staff decline the oil giants offer to transfer to London from Belgium, putting their jobs at risk, according to a union official. A majority of the traders - 25 out of 36 - declined to relocate, according to […]
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