Ethiopia/Djibouti: Turner and Townsend to manage fuel pipeline scheme

Issue 319 - 10 Mar 2016 | 1 minute read

Consultancy Turner & Townsend has won a contract to project manage the construction of a 550km pipeline to carry jet fuel, diesel and gasoline from the port of Djibouti to central Ethiopia. Known as the Horn of Africa Pipeline, it will cost $1.55bn to build and is being developed by Black Rhino MOGS, a joint venture between Blackstone Group-backed infrastructure investment company Black Rhino Group and South Africa’s Mining, Oil & Gas Services Ltd, part of Royal Bafokeng Holdings.

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