Tagged With Angola
Angola promotes E&P prospects
27 September 2021
The country continues to roll out a busy programme in the hope of reversing the recent decline in its upstream sector
Angola to build new oil and gas port
6 September 2021
The development will support the country’s plans to capitalise on regional demand for refined products
Angola advances refining ambitions
23 August 2021
Long-standing plans to reduce import dependence in the crude-rich nation might finally be making progress
TotalEnergies and Angola sign block 29 deal
9 August 2021
The country’s offshore upstream remains a draw for IOCs even as they grow increasingly selective about their portfolios
BP’s Angolan JV could provide future template
3 August 2021
The major’s pooling of non-core resources with Italy’s Eni may be a model moving forward
Letter from Africa: Upstream opportunities abound as majors step back
5 July 2021
There are plenty of large sellers and smaller buyers, but there may be a medium-size missing piece
Africa bucks global refining trend
28 June 2021
Despite oil companies the world over mothballing old refineries and putting new projects on hold, there has been a recent bustle of activity in sub-Saharan Africa
BP and Eni in Angola JV talks
21 May 2021
The companies are considering combining their oil, gas and LNG assets in Angola into a new joint venture
Angola brings new deepwater project online
10 May 2021
Production at Zinia Phase 2 comes after years of upstream stagnation
Double trouble for West African upstream
27 April 2021
Corporate carbon goals and local regulatory regimes will determine whether the region’s deepwater sector can attract renewed interest from investors
Sonangol exits Trafigura’s Puma
20 April 2021
The NOC will sell its stake in Puma Energy in return for the firm’s Angolan assets
Gulf of Guinea piracy worsens
5 March 2021
Maritime regulators and the shipping industry issue warnings over escalating frequency, severity and range of pirate attacks
Ultra-deepwater Namibe in doubt, despite ExxonMobil deal
20 November 2020
US major’s investment boosted prospects of Angola’s beleaguered oil sector, but its blocks are unlikely to be economically viable without a crude price rebound
Sonangol takes Cabinda refinery FID
18 November 2020
Angolan NOC is moving forward with most promising project, but other downstream expansion plans remain in limbo
Covid-19 puts African energy on pause
16 July 2020
Discoveries have been almost non-existent since the pandemic, and investments in the power sector have stalled despite urgent need
Global announcements and developments June
2 June 2020
The industry's most comprehensive list of current and recent rounds for onshore and offshore licences
Angola revival stalled by global demand slump
26 May 2020
Sharply lower oil prices mean the West African country will find it difficult to finance the investment needed to replace its ageing offshore fields
Total defies the odds
14 February 2020
Succession of acquisitions and project ramp-ups help strengthen the company’s portfolio in a tough environment for the sector
Deepwater emerges from its slumber
5 February 2020
The post-2014 investment decline can be fully arrested if processes are standardised and regulators become more responsive
Angola announces Namibe Basin awards
16 January 2020
Partial success of 2019 licensing round sees Sonangol, Total, Equinor and BP take interests in blocks, leaving several other blocks open to offers
The diverging fortunes of Africa’s crude kings
27 December 2019
Profound differences in governance style will impact the speed and development of future energy projects across Angola and Nigeria
Angola reforms set to survive Sonangol sackings
14 May 2019
The new boss of Angola’s state oil firm is seen as another safe pair of hands
Angola readies for major oil and gas changes
2 January 2019
With the government steering an overhaul of its oil and gas sector, the west African country is looking to remain competitive despite declining oil production levels
African deep-water makes progress
14 December 2018
Drillers began to renew their interest in African projects that were once deemed too costly and risky
Namibia's exploration drive goes on despite setbacks
21 November 2018
Drilling success remains elusive, but Namibia’s offshore is on the map once more for explorers
Africa is back on the deep-water agenda
4 October 2018
Drillers are starting to renew interest in African projects deemed too costly and risky
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