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SONANGOL SELLS STAKES IN BLOCKS TO SUPPORT EXPLORATION, PRODUCTION

Angolan state oil company Sonangol said that it is selling, in part, its stakes held in eight oil blocks to reassess its investment portfolio, ensure compliance and implementation of its exploration and production strategy, from 2 to 10 percent by 2027. The stakes are those held in offshore and onshore blocks, mostly in operation, and […]

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Total awards Yinson pre-FEED contracts for FPSO projects, Angola and Suriname

Yinson has been selected by Total to perform preliminary Front-End Engineering Design (pre-FEED) for two FPSO projects to be installed in the Block 20/21 in Angola and Block 58 in Suriname. The Angola project will be installed at around 1400m, located 160km from Luanda, while the Suriname project will be installed at around 2000m, located […]

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ANPG Seeks Transparency in Crude Production, Opts For Live Data Consulting Service

National Oil, Gas and Biofuels Agency (ANPG) has launched a public tender for the acquisition of a consulting service to ensure real view of production data. The submission of the fresh launched tender, ends on 11 June at 03:30 pm.  The three-year contract also foresees the accounting and control of the volumes of exported hydrocarbons […]

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TOTAL RESUMES OPERATIONS IN ZINIA PHASE 2, BLOCK 17 DEVELOPMENT OFFSHORE ANGOLA

Total, operator of Block 17 in Angola, together with the Angolan National Oil, Gas and Biofuels Agency,have  announced  the start of production from Zinia Phase 2 short-cycle project, connected to existing Pazflor’s FPSO (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading unit). The project includes the drilling of nine wells and is expected to reach a production of […]

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Eni and bp in a new Angolan Oil and Gas joint venture partnership

Eni and bp have announced that they have entered into a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) to progress detailed discussions on combining their upstream portfolios in Angola, including all their oil, gas and LNG interests in the country. The companies believe that combining their efforts in a new joint venture company would bring significant opportunities […]

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Angola Opens Bidding of Petroleum Blocks Onshore Lower Congo & Kwanza Basin

The National Agency of Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels (ANPG), as an National Concessionaire, announces, under the terms of Articles 6 and 7 of Presidential Decree No. 86/18, of 2 April, the opening of the Public Tender for the bidding of new oil blocks. The above announcement is within the scope of the General Strategy for […]

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Shearwater GeoServices awarded 4D survey offshore Angola by Total

Shearwater GeoServices Holding AS (“Shearwater”) today announced the award of a 4D monitor marine seismic acquisition survey by Total E&P Angola (“Total”). “As the established global market leader in 4D monitor surveys Shearwater is pleased to announce the award of this advanced multisensor project by Total in Angola,” said Irene Waage Basili, the CEO of Shearwater. “We […]

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PGS, ANPG in Partnership to Explore Prolific Lower Congo Basin in New Acquisition Projects

PGS, in cooperation with ANPG, has begun a new fully prefunded MultiClient 3D survey in the Lower Congo Basin, near the river plume of the Congo in Angola Block 1/14. The acquisition phase will continue until April and fast-track data is expected in October 2021. Ramform Atlas is acquiring high-density 3D GeoStreamer data using a […]

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Angola: Dayuan to Divest 70% Interest in China Sonangol International This Year

The selling process of the oil company (Sonangol)’s stake in China International Holding (CSIH) may begin this year, according to the Privatisation Programme (Propriv) underway in the country. Created in 2004, China Sonangol International Holding has been based in Hong Kong, since September 6, 2012.  Data compiled by ANGOP indicate that CSIH is owned by […]

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Angola gets breathing space from Chinese creditors, says finance minister

Angola has secured three years of payment relief from Chinese creditors and expects to get more than $700 million in its next tranche of International Monetary Fund financing in the coming days, its finance minister said on Monday. Africa’s second-largest oil exporter has been seeking payment relief as it strives to overcome the hit from […]

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