Tullow operates three blocks in Kenya with a 50 per cent stake while Africa Oil holds the remaining 50 per cent

Tullow Oil has said it is considering further exploration activities in the North Kerio Basin in Kenya after the Epri-1 well was found to encounter oi(...)

Tullow employs about 140 people at its offices in Leopardstown in south Dublin, which provides support for its oil exploration and production activities.

Irish exploration group Tullow Oil could be Dragon Oil’s next takeover target, given the former’s decline in value as a result of the rout in oil pri(...)

Tullow chief executive officer Aidan Heavey: Tulllow says job cuts are likely to result from an internal review designed to deliver “long-term cost savings and efficiencies” across the exploration group.     Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Tullow Oil has not ruled out laying off some of the 140 staff at its Irish office as the exploration and production group moves to cut jobs as part o(...)

Irish exploration group Tullow Oil has written off $2.3 billion in relation to exploration work and some of its assets in 2014.

Irish exploration group Tullow Oil has written off $2.3 billion (€1.95 billion) in relation to exploration work and some of its assets in 2014 and red(...)

The Kingfisher well,  jointly owned by Tullow Oil  and Heritage Oil , at the Lake Albert Rift Basin, in Uganda. The company is expected to announce job cuts in the coming weeks due to the continued weakening in the price of oil.

Tullow Oil is expected to cut jobs by the end of the first quarter in an effort to cut costs following the dramatic fall in the price of crude oil.UK (...)

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Tullow Oil chief executive Aidan Heavey: “In light of current oil and gas sector challenges including the commodity price environment, we are reviewing our capital expenditure and our cost base.” Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

Investors will be watching Tullow Oil with interest this week to see how it intends to tackle challenges in the oil and gas space. The Irish-based exp(...)

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