Source: The Star By MUSEMBI NZENGU RESIDENTS of Blocks C and D on Mui Coal Basin in Kitui county have accused elected leaders of abandoning in the wake of possible eviction before the start of coal mining. They have called on Senator David Musila, area
By Karel A Bakker, Ishanlosen Odiaua, and George Abungu This draft report highlights findings of the Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) performed on behalf of the State Party of Kenya, by three UNESCO appointed consultants in collaboration with the National Museums of Kenya. This draft document
This is the first coal fired power plant in Kenya to be fired by imported coal from South Africa coming through the Lamu Port to be constructed under the LAPSSET project. Read more on MoE Construction Project Profile.
Source: The East African In Summary Chinese firm has formed a joint venture with locally owned Great Lakes Corporation to form Fenxi Mui Mining Corporation and estimates 2016 as the earliest date that mining of coal could start. Chinese mining firm Fenxi plans to invest
Source: Daily Nation Government plans to establish a coal-fired power plant in Lamu County have caused unease among Kitui County leaders as controversy over the region’s coal mining project rages. The leaders are worried that the proposed Sh3.5-billion power plant in Lamu will sidestep the
Source: The East African In Summary The community wants better compensation terms for their land, and direct revenue benefits for the Kitui County government. The Mui Coal Power Plant is expected to generate about 960MW of electricity, according to the Energy Ministry. Kenya has offered
An official document by the Ministry of Energy and petroleum on the tender process of the Lamu Coal Plant. Download PDF Version
Source: The East African Kenya has floated a tender inviting international companies to explore coal in the east of the country as it seeks cheaper sources of power. The two blocs A and B in the Mui basin are located 180 kilometres away from Nairobi and