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Wed, 24 Jan 2018 18:45 - Updated Wed, 24 Jan 2018 18:45

Chevron CEO checks operations on blocks 0 and 14

Cabinda - Chevron's chairperson for Latin America and Africa, Cley Neff, is in Cabinda, to verify the operations in blocks 0 and 14, in which the American multinational is the operator.

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In Cabinda, Cley Neff was received on Wednesday by the governor, Eugénio Laborinho, in a meeting marked by the approach to the continuity and strengthening of the operations in said blocks, whose aggregate production is estimated at 500,000 barrels per day.

Speaking to the press at the end of the meeting, Chevron's chairperson for Latin America and Africa said that the company has projects for health, education and economic development in Cabinda.

On the recent massive layoffs at the Malongo oilfield, Cley Neff said he has been working with other companies in the industry in recent years, but confessed that it has been difficult for everyone to find ways to make operations more efficient and economic conditions.

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