Tullow faces more protests in Kenya’s Turkana region
Issue 287 - 25 Oct 2014
Tullow Oil’s operations in Kenya’s Turkana County continue to be affected by worker unrest. On 10 October, Kenyan media reported that the company was facing limited industrial protests at its Ekosowan well on Block 10BB, although Tullow announced two days later that the issue had been resolved. Turkana County governor Josephat Nanok told African Energy the dispute was caused when oil services provider Ardan Logistics Kenya laid off several workers at the site. “The dispute was regarding contractor Ardan’s staff.
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