Presentation on theme: "Company LOGO KenGen Media Report 16 th – 17 th February 2015."— Presentation transcript:
Company LOGO KenGen Media Report 16 th – 17 th February 2015
Company LOGO Business Daily 16 th February 2015 Page 2 Summary: Rwanda President Paul Kagame will on Thursday switch on the injection of 280 megawatts of geothermal power into the grid from KenGen's Olkaria plant.
Company LOGO Taifa Leo 16 th February 2015 Page 9 Summary: Government institutions are owning ware companies Sh2.1 million debts as KenGen is being urged to pay Sh458 million to the same water companies.
Company LOGO The Standard 16 th February 2015 Page 10 Summary: "The Nairobi Water Board owes WRMA Sh 77 million while KenGen is servicing a Sh 458 million water bill."
Company LOGO Business Daily 17 th February 2015 Page 19 Summary: The Kenya Roads Board plans to float the region's first asset- backed Sh50 billion infrastructure bond in second half of this year. Ketraco had in 2013 planned to use assets- backed securities to raise funds to finance its geothermal expansion plans.
Company LOGO The Star 17 th February 2015 Page 13 Summary: Electricity consumers are unlikely to enjoy further drops in their bills until the inset of long rains that is expected to boost the share of cheaper hydropower to the national grid.
Company LOGO Business Daily 17 th February 2015 Page 6 Summary: Water Resource management authority has locked horns with state farms firms over unpaid water bills that has made the development of water projects difficult. KenGen and water boards top the list of defaulters.
Company LOGO Daily Nation 17 th February 2015 Page 36 Summary: Failure by parastals and regional water boards to clear outstanding bills have stalled efforts to provide piped water to consumers.
Company LOGO Daily Nation 17 th February 2015 Page C6 Summary: Construction of the 35km bridge in Nyali, Mombasa is scheduled to start next year with cocmpeltion date set for Audit firm Deloitte East Africa is doing feasibility study of the Sh9 billion project. Other infrastructure deals Deloittte is looking to engage in are the Lapsset corridor, expansion of Mombasa-Nairobi highway, geothermal energy projects, hydro-electric dam projects, commuter rail service and port development in Mombasa.
Company LOGO The People Daily 17 th February 2015 Page 25 Summary: Geothermal power generation rose three-fold to help the country escape risk of pushing manufacturers and households into power rationing following three seasons of low rainfall over the last one year.
Company LOGO The People Daily 17 th February 2015 Page 24 Summary: WARMA has stated that water boards owe it Sh2.1 billion with KenGen being among the to defaulters.
Company LOGO The Standard 17 th February 2015 Page 29 Summary: Kenya stands to save about Sh2.2 billion monthly.This is as the country shifts the bulk of it's power generation towards renewable energy, cutting reliance on traditional hydro- power electric power generation.
Company LOGO The Star 17 th February 2015 Page 38 Summary: Construction of the 140mw Olkaria geothermal project is expected to kick off by the end of the year and the procurement process is on, KenGen announced yesterday.
Company LOGO Electronic Coverage DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15East FM KenGen to inject 140MW to national grid18: KenGen will on Thursday inject the final 140MW of the 280MW Ol Karia Geothermal Power onto the national grid. 16-Feb-15Hope FM Parliamentary Committee dismiss land sold to KenGen18: The Parliamentary Committee on land termed illegal sale of part of the controversial Ngati Land in Naivasha to KenGen saying farmers were not consulted. Radio
Company LOGO DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15CNBC Interview: KenGen to commission 140MW this week17: KenGen is planning to commission 140MW into the national grid. This will be the final phase of the 280MW installation. 16-Feb-15CNBC KenGen to commission 140MW this week17: KenGen is set to commission 140MW this week in efforts to uplift the country;s power distribution systems. 16-Feb-15 Good News Broadcasting Services KenGen to unveil Olkaria power project21: KenGen will on Thursday unveil the fourth and fifth Olkaria unit power projects which is aimed at stabilizing power in the nation. 16-Feb-15 Good News Broadcasting Services KenGen to upgrade country's power systems19: KenGen is set to upgrade the country's power systems by launching the 140MW of electricity. 16-Feb-15K24Cost of electricity reduced19: KenGen has reduced the cost of electricity owing to a sharp rise in geothermal power production. 16-Feb-15K24Cost of electricity reduced21: KenGen has reduced the cost of electricity owing to a sharp rise in geothermal power production. 16-Feb-15KBC Channel 1 KenGen to float a right issue to fund Geothermal plant21: KenGen plans to float a right issue mid this year to raise an undisclosed cash to fund new Geothermal Project 16-Feb-15KBC Channel 1 KenGen to sell shares to construct Olkaria 5 plant19: KenGen Company is set to sell its shares in-order to fund the construction of Olkaria 5 plant which will produce 140MW. Electronic Coverage TV
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15Business Daily VIEWS FROM ABROAD: A thirsty future beckons ,000 South Africa is in the midst of water crisis, with worse to come unless the government puts money and political will where its mouth is. 16-Feb-15Business Daily Pressure piles on African miners as falling prices, rising taxes hit profits ,000 Against a background of crashing commodity prices, mining in Africa is facing increasing pressure as governments struggle over distribution of the mineral wealth buried under much of the continent. 16-Feb-15Business Daily Kenya Power in Sh2.2bn Juja station upgrade after 50 years ,000 Kenya Power has awarded Swiss company Sh2.2 billion contract for the first upgrade of the 50-year-old Juja substation. 16-Feb-15Business DailyIndex to companies ,000 Some of the notable companies listed include KMC, NHIF, Kentraco, Safaricom, Liquid Telecom, Stanlid, NSE, GM, Apple and KTDA. 16-Feb-15Business Daily Boost for Kenyan exploration as Africa Oil raises Sh11.4bn ,000 Canadian Oil and gas Explorer Africa Oil has managed to raise Sh11.4 billion in a rare show of confidence in Kenyan blocks at a time of drastic crude price falls.Africa Oil and Tullow Oil will drill four in South Lokichar with a possibility of extending to the Cheptuket well in Kerio Valley.American exploration firms ERHC and Camac Energy are also going ahead with their exploration work. 16-Feb-15Business Daily Odera gets board's approval for CFC Stanbic Bank top job ,000 Philip Odera is set to take the top job at CFC Stanbic Bank by the end of March as the current chief executive assumes as new responsibilities at the group level.CFC Stanbic is ranked among the six biggest banks it has been relying on its parent company to participate in energy sector such as the Kinangop Wind Power Park. 16-Feb-15Business DailyActive Counters ,000Safaricom,KCB,Mumias,CIC Insurance,Kenol Kobil were the most active counters. 16-Feb-15Business DailyEurope's blue chips ,000Barclays Bank,Total,BAT,Unilever,Diageo,Bayer appeared on the Europe's blue chips. 16-Feb-15Business Daily Work on 2,000MW electricity line to end in August ,000 The Mombasa-Nairobi electricity transmission line is set for completion by end of August this year. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation SHORT TAKES: POWER TROUBLE ,400 The writer complain of a number of power issues including connection delay by Kenya Power Thika office. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Lamu hostile to doctors, says union ,600KMPDU wants Lamu County declared a hostile employer for doctors. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Farmers want fuel prices to drop further this season ,000 Farmers have welcomed the drop in diesel prices as they prepare for the planting season. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Power projects nears take-off as talks held ,600 A sh180 billion coal-powered power plant drew close to take-off after consultative meeting between Lamu County Assembly members and Amu Power Company Limited. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Winner of coal mining tender set to be picked ,400The winning bidder of coal mining tender in the remaining blocks will be known. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation PICTORIAL: Kenya Power lights up villagers ,600 Kenya Power MD Ben Chumo accompanied by Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor Danniel Chemmo. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Residents set to get power in their homes ,400Gichungu constituents are set to benefit from Sh6 million power supply roject. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation 50,000 to access solar power kit in NGO plan ,400 Fifty thousand families in Ganze constituency will get an opportunity to install solar power in a programme to be rolled out by an NGO. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Cheap connectivity launched in slum ,400 Residents of Langas in Eldoret have a reason to smile after Kenya Power launched an affordable electricity connection project. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Total opens latest station in Kitengela ,400Total Kenya has opened its 178th service station in Kenya in Kitengela town. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Cofek wants energy regulator probed ,400 Consumers federation of Kenya has petitioned Parliament to look into affairs of Energy Regulatory Commission which it has accused of abusing its powers of fuel price control in favour of private investors. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15Daily Nation PICTORIAL: Ms Ada Aze, managing director Total Kenya ,800 Ms Ada Aze, managing director Total Kenya, Alex Mutua, assistant Kajiado county Commissioner Alex Kangethe water a tree during official opening of the Total Kitengela service station. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation PICTORIAL: Naresh Mehta, chairman Power Technics ,800 Naresh Mehta, chairman Power Technics and chairman Schneider Electric Jean-Pascal Tricoire during the company's factory visit. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation PICTORIAL: National Oil Corporation of Kenya ,800 National Oil Corporation of Kenya CEO Sumayya Hassan-Athmani with Lios G. Franceschi, Dean of Strathmorte University Law School. 16-Feb-15Daily Nation Locals demand report on survey of villages ,300 Residents of Lamu county have called on Lands CS Charity Ngilu to release the report of a survey conducted seven months ago in villages that could see 100,00 title deeds being issued to the community. 16-Feb-15Taifa LeoMradi wa sola kunufaisha ,300 Over 50 families in Ganze constituency are set to benefit from the Sh800,000 solar power project funded by a private organization. 16-Feb-15Taifa LeoUmeme wawaletea hasara ,600 Kwale businessmen are counting losses due to frequent power outages that renders power dependent firms unable to function. 16-Feb-15The People DailyLangas residents connected to grid ,000 More than 600 residents living in the sprawling Langas Estate in the outskirts of Eldoret town have a reason to smile after the Kenya Power launched an affordable power connection project.The project was presided over by Kenya Power Managing Director,Dr Ben Chumo,on Saturday. 16-Feb-15The Standard Sh14m of CDF set aside for residents' electricity ,200 Gichugu MP has confirmed that the constituency through CDF has set set aside fund for the installation of electricity in the area. 16-Feb-15The Standard MPs vow to trim Rotich's Budget, warn against soaring wage bill ,212,900 National treasury cabinet secretary Henry Rotich will tomorrow meet the budget and appropriations committee to explain the budget numbers and shed light on the additional requests that government departments have made in the Supplementary budget. 16-Feb-15The Standard BUSINESS PICTORIAL: Lake Turkana Wind Power Project Chairman ,620 Lake Turkana Wind Power Project Chairman Mugo Kibati and director Carlo Van Wageningen, hold the PFI Award Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15The Standard BUSINESS PICTORIAL: Power Technics Ltd Chairman and Founder Naresh Mehta ,620 : Power Technics Ltd Chairman and Founder Naresh Mehta and Schneider Electric chairman and chief executive Jean Pacal Tricoire after th firm acquired Power Technics Ltd, in strategy aimed at increasing the multinational's footprint in East Africa and on the continent. 16-Feb-15The Star Lamu port landowners expect pay this week ,960 The Lamu Council of Elders wants the government to first advise beneficiaries from the port land who are set to be compensated. 16-Feb-15The StarKwale blackout hikes fuel prices ,360Kwale town and its environs have been hit by power outages in the last four days. 16-Feb-15The StarLamu in Sh20m slum upgrade ,360 Lamu county is planning to launch Sh20 million slum upgrade programme to give the town a facelift before the end of the year. 16-Feb-15The Star Chirchir is innocent, say Kericho youth ,800 Kericho County youth have told Cord leaders Raila Odinga to keep off Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir. 16-Feb-15The StarThree kids saved in Webuye fire ,680 Property of unknown value was on Saturday destroyed in a house fire on Motherland estate on Webuye town. 16-Feb-15The StarCash crunch in Mandera ,120 Electricity supply in Mandera county government offices has been switched off over non payment of a bill running into billions of shillings. 16-Feb-15The Star China requires police to film all interrogations ,800 China will require police to film and record all interrogations in criminal cases to ensure that the law enforcement is carried out fairly. 16-Feb-15The Star Guns fall silent as Ukraine President orders ceasefire ,786,800 Shelling stopped abruptly at midnight on Saturday in eastern Ukrainian City of Donetsk. 16-Feb-15The StarJordan jails opposition number one ,470 A Jordanian court sentenced a Muslim Brotherhood senior official to 18 months in prison yesterday for criticizing UAE on social media. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15The Star Libyan oil pipeline sabotaged, gunmen storm Sirte ,350 Libya's National Oil Corporation urgently called on Saturday for more official protection. 16-Feb-15The StarAFRICAN MARKETS IN ,960 Tullow Oil chief operating officer Pail MacDade said to FT Kenya's oil exploration has become collateral damage in the oil warfare game. 16-Feb-15The Star State accused of lip service in bid to revive tourism ,429,440 Hoteliers at the Coast have blamed the government for the continued drop in tourist arrivals in the region. 16-Feb-15The Star Fuel prices at average 29 per cent in six months ,060 Oil prices in Kenya have dropped by an average 29 per cent since August 2014 when the country started benefiting from the impact of the global fuel price reductions. 16-Feb-15The Star Pokot cement factory to produce 64MW of power ,380 The Sh12 billion proposed Pokot Cement Factory plans to generate its own power part of which will be fed into the national power grid. 16-Feb-15The StarKenya Power's Sh14bn project ,010 Kenya Power CEO Ben Chumo has said that the company will spend Sh 14billion to supply electricity to slums and other low income areas in the 47 counties. Residents will be charged a fraction of the connection fee with World Bank and Kenya Power footing the rest of the bill. 16-Feb-15The Star GE to use new India facility as export hub ,740 General Electric Co will use its new manufacturing facility in India which was formally inaugurated on Saturday, as an export hub, with plans to send half of its out to the conglometric global factories. 16-Feb-15The Star South Africa faces more power outages ,900 South African power utility Eskom on Saturday imposed Stage 2 rolling blackouts until 2000 GMT due to pressure on the national grid and the need to build up diesel reserves and water in hydropower dams. 16-Feb-15The Star Blackouts will be a thing of the past,pledges Chumo ,948,220 Under the new monitoring system,Kenya Power through its own internal evaluation reveals blackouts have drastically reduced over the last one one year by over 50 percent.So efficient is the monitoring system that it can also trace the number of phone calls generated per line. 16-Feb-15The Star Cord plots to impeach Chirchir over 'chicken' ,116,750 CORD, which is also planning to relauch its Okoa Kenya drive next week, is rooting for the impeachment of Energy CS Davis Chirchir over the ChickenGate scandal. IEBC officials are also caught up in the scandal, while Jubilee's position is that evidence should first be presented to EACC at Integrity Centre. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15Weekly Citizen Luanda Emuhaya constituencies roll out social development plans ,830 Emuhaya and Luanda constituencies have launched a five-year strategic development plan that targets security, education, health and infrastructure, some of the core areas which have been given top priority on schedule of the agenda to spur economic resuscitation and turn round the county into provision of service to residents. 16-Feb-15Weekly Citizen Claims suspended KP man uses police to harass whistlerblower ,720 Corruption, illegal power connection coupled with metre manipulation have now come to haunt Kenya Power Webuye sub branch. 16-Feb-15Weekly Citizen Waiguru wades into fluid Kirinyaga county political swamp with a bang ,760 Reports have said that devolution CS Anne Waiguru has been secretly holding meetings with anti-Ndathi forces in Kirinyaga County to make the governor irrelevant ahead of Feb-15XNEWS UoN adopts renewable energy to manage costs ,200UoN will tap into renewable energy to curb power bills and increase productivity. 17-Feb-15Business Daily Nairobi landowners to cede space for Outer Ring Road expansion ,000 Landowners along Nairobi's Outer Ring Road will surrender seven meters of their property to Kenya Urban Roads Authority for construction of service lanes and parking kots during ongoing expansion, the National Lands Commission said yesterday. 17-Feb-15Business Daily How Libya conflict, order gap spurred French Rafale combat jets sale to Egypt ,728,000 Dassault Aviation benefits from Cairo's move boost military hardware in fight against rise threat from jihadist in North Africa. 17-Feb-15Business Daily Nigeria bans dollar reselling to stem speculation ,000Nigeria banned banks from reselling dollars. 17-Feb-15Business Daily SA democracy in question after Parliament chaos ,000State of Chaos was how one South African Newspaper described. 17-Feb-15Business Daily Turnover halves at NSE as foreign interests shows ,000 Trading at NSE started on a low note with turnover reducing by more than half. Some of the notable companies listed include Safaricom, EABL, ARM, KCB, Britam, Co- operative Bank, Kakuzi, Total, CfC Stanbic and Equity Bank. 17-Feb-15Business Daily Kuwait oil minister sees price rally continuing ,000 Kuwait's oil minister said yesterday he expected the current oil prices rally to continue into the second half of Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 17-Feb-15Business Daily African Index Weekly Commentary ,000 Some of the notable companies listed include Tullow Oil, Dangote, Lafarge, EABL, Safaricom, Barclays Bank, Equity Bank and KCB. 17-Feb-15Business DailyGainers ,000Crown Paints, Kenya Power and Trans Century are Gainers at the Nairobi Stocks. 17-Feb-15Business DailyLosers ,000Total, Kenya Airways and Nairobi Securities Exchange lost in the stock market. 17-Feb-15Business DailyEurope's Blue Chips ,000 Standard Chartered Bank, Siemens, Barclays Bank,Total, Unilever, Nestle and Reckitt Benckiser are featured in the Europe's Blue Chips. 17-Feb-15Business DailyFTSE ,000 Aggreko, Barclays Bank, BAT, Diageo, Old Mutual, Reckitt Benckiser, SABMiller, Standard Chartered Bank, Tullow Oil, Unilever and Kenya Airways are featured in the FTSE Feb-15Business Daily Lessons from 'Lucky Seven' nations for global business ,000 On February 1, the Business Daily reported that Kenya was among ?Lucky Seven? successors of BRICs. This was based on a recent piece in the Fortune magazine about the new world of business where the acronym BRICs cannot tell you where to put your money in the emerging markets. 17-Feb-15Business Daily Court blocks bids for Kenya Power's meter reading tender ,000 Kenya Power has been blocked from receiving bids for a tender in which it plans to outsource meter reading services as part of a strategy to seal revenue leaks and boost efficiency. 17-Feb-15Business Daily Geothermal agency eyes carbon- dioxide market ,000 GDC is set to enter the carbon dioxide production business signaling increased competition for Carbacid Investments and BOC both of which are listed at the NSE. 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Outer Ring plot owners seek leeway ,000 Property owners reluctant to cede some of their lands towards the expansion of outering road risking being locked out of business. 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Relax, Zuku has now installed your serviceC ,500 Zuku and Kenya Power customers ave faulted the two firms for slow response to service requests as the former charged a fee for service the service requests. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Residents up in arms over power blackout ,300 Residents of Murang'a have complained about frequent power blackouts in Murang'a Town and its environs. 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Two given the nod to battle it out in mini poll ,800 Two candidates Memusi Kanchori and Patric Tutui were yesterday cleared to contest the Kajiado Central parliamentary by-election. 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Court stops Choma zone tenat eviction ,400 The High Court has restrained Jukumu Enterprises Ltd and Mr. Geoffrey Ngugi from letting out high-end car wash site at Chomazone, Shell Petrol Station on Thika Road and at Donholm junction near Total Petrol Station pending hearing of the case. 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Kenya Pipeline adopts new employee ostrategy ,000Kenya Pipeline Company is set to take effect changes in the top management. 17-Feb-15Daily NationNOTICE: KENYA POWER ,000The following is the Kenya Power notice on invitation to tender. 17-Feb-15Daily NationNOTICE: KENYA POWER ,000The following so the Kenya Power notice on clarification of tender, 17-Feb-15Daily NationBAD NEWSC ,200 Electricity consumers are set for tough times ahead after the ERC increased the foreign exchange adjustment coats for meter readings taken this month. 17-Feb-15Daily NationGOOD NEWSC ,200 An American engineering firm, will from, next month inject 2MW of power into the national grid from a toxic shrub popularly referred to as Mathenge. 17-Feb-15Daily Nation Canadian oil firm seeks Sh11bn for exploration in TurkanaC ,750 Africa Oil, a Canadian exploration company, plans to raise Sh11 billion to finance ongoing appraisal and pre-development work in an oil field in Turkana. Africa Oil is among international companies operating in Kenya alongside Tullow Oil, Swala Energy, BG Group and Afren Plc. 17-Feb-15Taifa Leo Ngilu, Swazuri washtua mwenye shamba ,016,400 The owner of a controversial land in Mombasa who allegedly agreed to sell the land to the government denied any agreement with the government. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 17-Feb-15Taifa LeoZILIZOPOTEZA ,800 The top most decliners at the NSE were Trans-Century, Total Kenya, Britam, ARM and Sameer. 17-Feb-15Taifa Leo Waapa kutopunguza nauli licha ya mafuta kushuka ,500 The Matatu sector says they will not reduce the transport fee despite the decline of petrol price by Sh8. 17-Feb-15Taifa Leo Waomba serikali isaidie warudi kwa mashamba ,500 More than 3,000 farmers from Mugu, Shinigasho, Mbombani and Chumba cha Tsuwi in Mpeketoni Lamu County called on the government to assist them recover land they used to farm in. 17-Feb-15Taifa Leo Kiwango cha umaskini nchini kubainishwa ,000 Kenya is requesting a credit facility for 250 million dollars from International Development Association partial risk guarantee for the Kenya Electricity Modernization project to improve the reliability of electricity transmission in the country. 17-Feb-15Taifa Leo Tangazo kuhusu fidia ya Lapsset raha kwa wakazi ,600 The move by the government to release Sh1.31 billion as the first phase of compensation to those whose land is to be acquired for the Lamu Port has been received with mixed reaction. 17-Feb-15The People Daily Kitui Assembly pasess law to take over Nzambani Shrine ,000 The move by Ki9tui County assembly to reposes Nzambani Shrine has sparked differences between it and investor who claimed to have fulfilled his part of the bargaining pf prov9dobng electricity and water to the locals. 17-Feb-15The People DailyOil prices slimp on US supply cut ,000 World oil prices edged higher yesterday on lingering optimism over falling production. Cride oil has been on a rollercoaster for the past two weeks after plunging about 60 percent. 17-Feb-15The People Daily Treasury seeks Sh77b budget aid from Bank ,000 The National Treasury has formally requested the World Bank to approve Sh16.7 billion for key projects being lined up by the government in the energy and infrastructure sectors. 17-Feb-15The People Daily Matatu fares high despite cheap fuel ,260,000 Consumers, passengers yet to benefit from windfall as transporters and PSV operators argue that drastic drop in crude oil prices doesn?t translate into sustainable profits. 17-Feb-15The Standard Kenya Power unveils Sh1 million project ,780 Kenya Power has launched a security lighting project estimated to cost over Sh1 million in Eldoret town 's Langas estate. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 17-Feb-15The Standard Kenya seeks Sh100b in WB loans to fund projects ,400 The government is seeking to close tro Sh100 billion in financial support from World Bank to fund various pipeline projects for the year Feb-15The Standard NSE COMMENTARY: Top GainersB ,950 EA Portland, Kakuzi, Crown Berger, Eveready were among the Top Gainers in the stocks. 17-Feb-15The StandardOil prices aim higher ,950 World oil prices edged higher yesterday on lingering optimism over failing US production. 17-Feb-15The Standard Property lost as fire razes Kajiunduthi dormitory ,300 Property of unknown value was reduced to ashes after fire razed a dormitory of Kajiunduthi Secondary School in Mara Sub County yesterday night. 17-Feb-15The Standard Uprooted S Sudanese fear call return home ,740A victim of the South Sudan wars has defied the call to return back home. 17-Feb-15The Standard My chat With A Bank CEO - Oil and GasesB ,720 In the second talk of the Kenya Bankers Association, My Chat with a Bank CEO series on the drivers of real economy, Ms Joyce-Ann Wainaina, the CEO of Citibank East Africa discuses the oil and gas industry. 17-Feb-15The Standard How Mumias mess costs shoppers Sh71m a dayB ,847,340 The ongoing probe in Mumias Sugar Company finds consumers pay up to 72pc more for sugar after it leaves factory due to supply chain anomalies. 17-Feb-15The Standard Cash deficit: Treasury walks tightrope on debt as Kenya's public spending soarsB ,386,790 When a country's economy is growing by more than 5 per cent a year and then discovers that it has at least 600 million barrels of oil, it is hard to avoid triumphalism. 17-Feb-15The StarLamu calls for land reforms ,680 Lamu leaders have called for the land reforms to enable counties to protect their resources. 17-Feb-15The Star THE RIDDLE OF KENYA'S 'MYSTERIOUS DEATHS' ,948,220Kenya regrettably has a history of unsolved murders of leading politicians. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATE PUBLICATIO NTITLEPAGE AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 17-Feb-15The Star NSE BIGGEST LOSERS: LOSERS ,680 Unga Group, Kenya Airways, Total Kenya, NSE Kenya, Scangroup Limited were among the losing counters at the NSE. 17-Feb-15The Star NSE BIGGEST MOVERS: WINNERS ,680 Kakuzi, Crown Berger, Transcentury, Eveready and Kenya Power were among the biggest movers at the NSE. 17-Feb-15The Star State, private firms seek Sh118bn from World Bank in ,072,080 The State and private sector plan to borrow up to Sh billion from the World Bank Group this year for various projects. 17-Feb-15The StarJapan boosts crude demands ,570 Oil prices steadied yesterday as Japan's economy emerged from recession and strong demand for refined products translated into healthy orders for crude. Print Coverage
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATESTATIONTITLETIME AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15Baraka FM Govt' told to counsel LAPSSET beneficiaries15: Lamu elders have called for counseling of beneficiaries of the LAPSSET project before they receive the funds, they have called on Lands Ministry and NLC to carry out the exercise. 16-Feb-15Baraka FM Govt' told to counsel LAPSSET beneficiaries14: Lamu elders have called for counseling of beneficiaries of the LAPSSET project before they receive the funds, they have called on Lands Ministry and NLC to carry out the exercise. 16-Feb-15Baraka FM Govt' told to counsel LAPSSET beneficiaries13: Lamu elders have called for counseling of beneficiaries of the LAPSSET project before they receive the funds, they have called on Lands Ministry and NLC to carry out the exercise. 16-Feb-15Capital FMGAINERS AND LOSERS13: Crown Paints, Eveready East Africa and Kakuzi Limited are the current gainers while Total Kenya, Unga Group and Sameer Africa Ltd are the losers 16-Feb-15Capital FM Kenya to rip big due to geothermal power project16: Kenya is set to save about 25 billion shillings annually by injecting the 280 megawatts of Olkaria Geothermal power to the nation grid. 16-Feb-15Capital FM Kenya to rip big due to geothermal power project17: Kenya is set to save about 25 billion shillings annually by injecting the 280 megawatts of Olkaria Geothermal power to the nation grid. 16-Feb-15Capital FMSTOCK EXCHANGE: GAINERS18: Equity Bank, EABL and ARM were the leading movers of today's trading activities with Kenya Power witch is planing to reduce its contractors by half and eliminate paper bill was also a lead gainer 16-Feb-15Classic 105 Families to receive pay for land in port project10: Families who land was repossessed to pave way for the LAPSSET project as set to be compensated this week. 16-Feb-15Classic 105 Families to receive pay for land in port project10: Families who land was repossessed to pave way for the LAPSSET project as set to be compensated this week. 16-Feb-15Classic 105 Lamu squatters protest over eviction17: Squatters of the Witu ranch in Lamu County have protested a move to forcefully evict them by hired GSU officers. Radio
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATESTATIONTITLETIME AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15East FM Lamu squatters protest over eviction17: Squatters of the Witu ranch in Lamu County have protested a move to forcefully evict them by hired GSU officers. 16-Feb-15Egesa FMERC cuts cost of fuel13: The Energy Regulatory Commission has again lowered the cost of fuel prices for petroleum,Diesel and Kerosene. 16-Feb-15Egesa FM Kenya Power set to increase power supply in Juja13: Kenya power has signed a contract to rehabilitate power station in Juja that will reduce power shortage in Nairobi county and its environs. 16-Feb-15Hope FM ERC committed to ensuring fair competition07: Energy Regulatory Commission director general Eng Joseph Ng'ang'a has said that they are committed to ensuring fair competition and protection of both the sellers and consumers of fuel. 16-Feb-15Hope FM Kenya Power implements low cost power connection16: Kenya Power is implementing 785 low cost power connection within slams and low income areas at a cost of sh 14 bn, the World Bank and African Development Bank are sponsoring the project. 16-Feb-15Hope FM Kenya Power implements low cost power connection16: Kenya Power is implementing 785 low cost power connection within slams and low income areas at a cost of sh 14 bn, the World Bank and African Development Bank are sponsoring the project. 16-Feb-15Kameme FMERC to buy diesel on low sulphur08: Energy Regulatory Commission has now decided to buy oil with reduced sulphur. 16-Feb-15Kameme FM Pokot cement factory plans to generate its own power16: Pokot Cement factory plan to generate its own power part of which will be fed into the national power grid. Investors of the plant to be constructed at Ortum say they will put up a 64MW power plant out of which 50MW will be sold. 16-Feb-15Kass FM Geothermal power from Menengai to be cheaper09: Electricity generated from the multibillion-shilling Menengai Geothermal Project in Nakuru County will cost Sh7khw, less than diesel or hydro power,according to project managing director Dr Silas Simiyu,the generated power is expected to lower electricity bill by sh13bn yearly. 16-Feb-15Kaya FM Coastal matatu owners will not reduce fare07: Coastal matatu owners have said they will not reduce fuel prices despite drop in fuel prices by ERC. Radio
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATESTATIONTITLETIME AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15Mbaitu FMDropped fuel prices in Kenya16: Fuel prices in Kenya have dropped upto 29% from August last year following decrease of fuel prices world wide. 16-Feb-15Mbaitu FMOil prices reduced by 29%19: Oil prices in the country have reduced by 29% from August last year,super petrol is now retailing at Sh84.71 per litre while diesel and kerosene will sell at Sh75.52 and Sh52.40 per litre, respectively. 16-Feb-15Milele FM World Bank called on to continue supporting the Govt19: The government has called on World Bank to continue the supporting in achieving developments in the country. 16-Feb-15 Radio Nam Lolwe Relief at the pump as ERC cuts fuel prices again10: ERC citing lower import prices, said the price of a litre of Kerosene this month drops by Sh13.19, super petrol by Sh8.17, while diesel will be Sh7.83 cheaper. ?In the local market, the benefit of the reduction in the international prices has continued to be passed over to Kenyans through reduced pump prices,? said ERC Director General Joseph Ng?ang?a. 16-Feb-15 Radio Nam Lolwe Relief at the pump as ERC cuts fuel prices again14: ERC citing lower import prices, said the price of a litre of Kerosene this month drops by Sh13.19, super petrol by Sh8.17, while diesel will be Sh7.83 cheaper. ?In the local market, the benefit of the reduction in the international prices has continued to be passed over to Kenyans through reduced pump prices,? said ERC Director General Joseph Ng?ang?a. 16-Feb-15 Radio Salaam FM MOA asked to reduce fares after fuel price came down10: The Matatu Owners Association has been asked to reduce fare after the price of fuel dropped. 16-Feb-15 Radio Salaam FM MOA asked to reduce fares after fuel price came down12: The Matatu Owners Association has been asked to reduce fare after the price of fuel dropped. 16-Feb-15Radio Waumini Electricity consumers to face tough times07: Energy Regulation has increased the foreign exchange adjustment cost for meter reading taking this month. 16-Feb-15Radio Waumini Electricity consumers to face tough times09: Energy Regulation has increased the foreign exchange adjustment cost for meter reading taking this month. 16-Feb-15West FM Transport paralyzed along Kanduyi-Bungoma road16: Transport along Kanduyi-Bungoma road has been paralyzed due to electric poles which fell along the road. Radio
Company LOGO Industry Stories DATESTATIONTITLETIME AVE VALUE PR VALUESUMMARY 16-Feb-15CNBCGlobal and emerging markets17: Kenya's cost of power has gone down by 30% giving it a fantastic opportunity to export it to the rest of the continent. 16-Feb-15CNBC Interview:Focus on Kenyan market17: Eric Musau from the Standard Investment Bank says Safaricom aims at promoting cashless system on the e-payment just like South Africa. 16-Feb-15K24 Fares remain high despite fuel prices drop19: As fuel prices continue to fall drastically, the public service vehicles have still maintained the fares despite the drop of fuel. 16-Feb-15K24 Fares remain high despite fuel prices drop21: As fuel prices continue to fall drastically, the public service vehicles have still maintained the fares despite the drop of fuel. 16-Feb-15K24 INTERVIEW: Gabriel Muthuma and Ben Mulwa, Political Analyst, Henry Muindi, Chairman C Bet Sacco06: Gabriel Muthuma and Ben Mulwa, Political Analyst, Henry Muindi, Chairman C Bet Sacco discuss about what digital migration will bring, Henry says the three media houses are being monopolistic like Kenya Power, they also discuss about whether Cashless payment is working in the Matatu industry. 16-Feb-15K24 West Pokot MCAs demand funds for marginalized areas18: Pokot West MCAs have warned the MPs against regulating the funds for the marginalized areas. They stated that the funds should be used for water and electricity supply. 16-Feb-15Kass TV Kenyans wants price of commodities dropped06: Kenyan yearns to see the price of commodities coming down due to reduced fuel prices by ERC. TV
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