It's Official the Gas pipeline will go through Djibouti- Somali ethnicity will benefit

Geeljire ethinicty should inshaa allah benefit from this.

Addis Ababa February 15/2019 Ethiopia and Djibouti signed agreement for laying down 760 km natural gas pipeline that stretches from Elala and Kalub to Djibouti port.

The Chinese company Poly-GCL will execute the 3.2-billion-USD project that includes the construction of a processing plant, it was learned.
Production is expected to begin in 2021, Mines and Petroleum State Minister Koang Tutlam told ENA.


“When we start to export, we will be able to generate 1 billion USD, and the revenue will increase up to 6 and 7 billion USD annually as the flow increases,” he added.


The potential natural gas reserve of the two sites is about 8 trillion cubic feet, the state minister said, adding that 3 billion cubic feet natural gas will be piped annually when operation begins.

Minister of Mines and Petroleum Samuel Urkatu and Djibouti’s Minister of Energy in charge of Natural Resource Yonis Ali Guedi signed the agreement.

Yonis Ali Guedi told ENA that the agreement creates thousands of jobs for citizens of both countries and generates transit income for Djibouti.


https://www.hiiraan.com/news4/2019/...2_bln_usd_natural_gas_pipeline_agreement.aspx
 

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Geeljire ethinicty should inshaa allah benefit from this.

Addis Ababa February 15/2019 Ethiopia and Djibouti signed agreement for laying down 760 km natural gas pipeline that stretches from Elala and Kalub to Djibouti port.

The Chinese company Poly-GCL will execute the 3.2-billion-USD project that includes the construction of a processing plant, it was learned.
Production is expected to begin in 2021, Mines and Petroleum State Minister Koang Tutlam told ENA.


“When we start to export, we will be able to generate 1 billion USD, and the revenue will increase up to 6 and 7 billion USD annually as the flow increases,” he added.


The potential natural gas reserve of the two sites is about 8 trillion cubic feet, the state minister said, adding that 3 billion cubic feet natural gas will be piped annually when operation begins.

Minister of Mines and Petroleum Samuel Urkatu and Djibouti’s Minister of Energy in charge of Natural Resource Yonis Ali Guedi signed the agreement.

Yonis Ali Guedi told ENA that the agreement creates thousands of jobs for citizens of both countries and generates transit income for Djibouti.


https://www.hiiraan.com/news4/2019/...2_bln_usd_natural_gas_pipeline_agreement.aspx
how would they benefit if the Ethiopian government is taken Ogaden region gas and only sharing 5 percent with the Ogaden region, who cares if Ethiopia and china get money if we don't get a cut how are we benefiting
 
how would they benefit if the Ethiopian government is taken Ogaden region gas and only sharing 5 percent with the Ogaden region, who cares if Ethiopia and china get money if we don't get a cut how are we benefiting

The 5% cut is for the village where the gas was discovered they might even get more the village, there still ongoing discussion.

The region Somali state - will get even more cut, there are still discussions, and it has not yet been finalised. That's according Cagjar Maraxwaynaha Somali state, that's what he said.

Start from 38:00 the oil discussion.

39:30 he talks about the 5%.



We have to be optimistic and the same be cautions. Inshaa allah khayr.

There were concern that the gas pipeline may go through to eriteria, but alhamdulilaah it will go through Djibouti where they will earn transit money.
 
Geeljire ethinicty should inshaa allah benefit from this.

Addis Ababa February 15/2019 Ethiopia and Djibouti signed agreement for laying down 760 km natural gas pipeline that stretches from Elala and Kalub to Djibouti port.

The Chinese company Poly-GCL will execute the 3.2-billion-USD project that includes the construction of a processing plant, it was learned.
Production is expected to begin in 2021, Mines and Petroleum State Minister Koang Tutlam told ENA.


“When we start to export, we will be able to generate 1 billion USD, and the revenue will increase up to 6 and 7 billion USD annually as the flow increases,” he added.


The potential natural gas reserve of the two sites is about 8 trillion cubic feet, the state minister said, adding that 3 billion cubic feet natural gas will be piped annually when operation begins.

Minister of Mines and Petroleum Samuel Urkatu and Djibouti’s Minister of Energy in charge of Natural Resource Yonis Ali Guedi signed the agreement.

Yonis Ali Guedi told ENA that the agreement creates thousands of jobs for citizens of both countries and generates transit income for Djibouti.


https://www.hiiraan.com/news4/2019/...2_bln_usd_natural_gas_pipeline_agreement.aspx
Everyone except us, we ain't getting shit nacalatullahi cala Zomalia:ohlord: :trash:
 
5-10% is just for the local village and maybe more.

The federal state -Somali state and Central gov are still discussing how to share the resources.

The beneficiary are,
Djoubiti ,
The local village where oil was discovered.
The Somali state region.

Hopefully many Somali should benefit direct and indirect from this resources,that allah has bestowed on the Somali ethinicty.
 
Ogaden bearing the fruits of its long and hard solo wars :wow:

All other clans who claim to "only graze in the region" hold this L :yousmart:
 

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Let's hope it's split like this

Somali regional state: 50%
Djibouti: 15-20%
Government: 30-35%

This is the best we can hope for
 

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