Tlou Energy intends to make its Lesedi power project carbon neutral, by growing vegetation around its Botswana site.
Botswana has published its plan to develop its power sector to 2040, with coal dominating initially before being replaced by solar.
London-listed Tlou Energy has set out plans to trim its running costs, in response to problems in the world’s financial markets, while competitor Kalahari Energy has received support from the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) for its power plans.
Botswana has granted Tlou Energy a mining licence for the Lesedi coal bed methane (CBM) project.
Tlou Energy has appointed the former Bank of Botswana governor to its board.
Tlou Energy has started producing power from coal bed methane (CBM) at its field in Botswana.
Australian firm Tlou Energy has appointed Velseis Pty Ltd to undertake a fully funded seismic survey for its coal bed methane (CBM) projects in Botswana.
Botswana-focused Tlou Energy has raised £4million in the last month by issuing new shares.
Africa-focused Tlou Energy said today that three of its key licences in Botswana have been renewed for a further two-year term.
Tlou Energy said yesterday it had found a project partner for its coal bed methane (CBM) power project in Botswana.
London-listed Tlou Energy today announced a large increase in gas reserves at two fields in Botswana.
Tlou Energy shares nudged up 4% today after the commercial potential of its coal bed methane project in Botswana was confirmed.
The Government of Botswana has approved Tlou Energy’s environmental impact statement (EIS) for a coal bed methane project following a final review.
Shares in Africa-focused Tlou Energy rose 6% today as the firm released its results for the year ended June 30.
Africa-focused Tlou Energy said today it had raised £1.7million through the placement of 31.5million new ordinary shares.
Africa-focused Tlou Energy said today it had renewed an agreement with its project partners for the delivery of a gas-to-power solution for Botswana.
Tlou Energy said today it had taken a major step toward starting up its coal bed methane project in Botswana after the country’s government approved its environmental appraisal. Tlou, an Australian-headquartered firm which was founded in 2009, said the environmental statement covering the Lesedi project will next be put through a final review process, with a decision expected before the end of 2016. In June the AIM-listed company confirmed positive gas flow from its operations in the Botswana.
Tlou Energy today confirmed positive gas flow from its Botswana operations.
Tlou Energy has reported "very encouraging" results after starting gas production testing at the Selemo-1 pilot well at the Lesedi coalbed methane project in Botswana.#