These are challenging times for us all, COVID-19 has forced many of us individually and as organisations to consider how we do business moving forward. At Bentworth Energy we continue to take our responsibilities to our employees, partners, customers and wider community extremely seriously, executing our business operations to the highest local and international standards.
Tullow Oil’s Sustainability Report complements their 2019 Annual Report providing further details of Tullow’s environmental and social performance over the past year. The report features Bentworth Energy in the Shared Prosperity Section. “The largest portion of our local spending supports our operations in Ghana and Kenya, where, in 2019, 28 per cent and 41 per
We were honoured to have been part of the 4th Annual SPE Career Fair that has just ended. The career fair; whose theme was ‘Africa Rising’ began on the 10th of March and was being held at Kenyatta University. As a key player in the oil and gas industry in Kenya, we have always supported
As part of the ‘Mind the Gap Survey’ we identified that many Petroleum, and other engineering students, struggle to gain experience in the workplace, where they have the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge. While Bentworth Energy is only able to offer a limited number of internship placements, we are always exploring new ways in
On 20th January 2020, Bentworth Energy’s Project Lead, attended the Kenya Petroleum Technical Assistance Project (KEPTAP) validation. The meeting was hosted by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS), with the aim of reviewing and updating the Kenyan oil and gas standards to ensure that local companies offer services and products that meet international standards. It
Bentworth Energy is being represented at the Baker Hughes Annual Meeting this year, by Carey Ngini, our Chairman and CEO. This is one of the industries most anticipated events, bringing together global leaders to debate key issues and learn more about the latest innovations for the industry. The 21st Annual Meeting is currently taking place
2020 brings a new look and change of name for Bentworth Investments Limited. From January 2020 we will now operate as Bentworth Energy. Bentworth Energy more accurately represents what we as a company stand for and our expansion into all areas of the energy sector, not only oil and gas. If you have any questions,
On the 6th December 2019 the Society of Petroluem Engineers, Kenyatta University Student Chapter (SPE KU) hosted the 3rd Annual Dinner and Gala at the Azure Restaurant in Nairobi. The event was open to professionals, stakeholders and others who have an interest in the developing energy, oil and gas sector with Kenya. It provided an
The following sets out some of the key findings of the recent PWC Fuel for Thought, Africa Oil and Gas Review 2019. The oil price crash in 2014 – 2016 lead to a decrease in expenditure which began to improve in 2017. However in Africa capital expenditure in the industry continued to decline into 2018.
On the 8th November 2019, the Bentworth team attended the Excellence in Extractives Recognition Awards 2019 at the Muthaiga Golf Club in Nairobi. We were invited after Lynette Nyagah, our Project Lead, was nominated as a finalist for the Young Achiever of the Year Award. We are delighted to announce that Lynette won the award