Our Members

Currently KOGA is made up of
Africa Oil, Tullow Oil, Total, ENI and NOCK

eni kenya

eni kenya

Member

eni kenya b.v. is a fully owned subsidiary of eni S.p.A. a major integrated energy company committed to growth in the activities of finding, producing, transporting, transforming and marketing oil and gas. eni kenya b.v is engaged in the exploration of the deep and ultra-deep Kenya offshore operating three blocks since July 2012 and holding participation interests in other four.

Africa Oil

Africa Oil

Member

Africa Oil Corp. is a Canadian oil and gas company with assets in Kenya and Ethiopia, and an equity interest in Africa Energy Corp. The East African Rift Basin system is one of the last of the great rift basins to be explored. Africa Oil holds extensive exploration acreage in this exciting new world-class exploration play fairway. Several new significant oil discoveries have been announced in the Lokichar basin of Kenya in which the Company holds a 50% interest along with operator Tullow Oil plc.

NOCK

NOCK

Member

The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a fully integrated State Corporation involved in all aspects of the petroleum supply chain covering the upstream oil and gas exploration.In the upstream, National Oil is among the few African national oil companies directly involved in the search for oil and gas. National Oil operates its own exploration acreage in Block 14T which is located within the Tertiary Rift Basin and runs from the shores of Lake Bogoria down to Lake Magadi Basin on the border of Kenya and Tanzania.

Total

Total

Member

Total has been present in exploration and production in Kenya since 2011 and is an operator on L22 with 70%WI (ENI 30%). Total also holds a 30% interest in the L11a, L11b and L12 exploration licenses in the Lamu Basin, which are operated by Anadarko. Drilling of an exploration well is scheduled to begin in 2016.

Tullow

Tullow

Member

Tullow Oil is a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production company. Our focus is on finding and monetising oil in Africa and the Atlantic Margins. Our portfolio of over 120 licences spans 22 countries which are managed as three Business Delivery Teams. We are headquartered in London. Tullow entered Kenya in 2010, after signing agreements with Africa Oil and Centric Energy to gain a 50% operated interest in five onshore licences; 10BA, 10BB, 10A, 12A and 13T. In 2012, Tullow farmed in to onshore Block 12B with 50% and increased its interest in Block 12A to 65%. Since then our interest in Block 10A has been relinquished and in October 2015, Tullow farmed-out 25% of its interest in Block 12A to Delonex Oil.