Cabinda - The Angolan National Oil Company (Sonangol) is to increase by next year its stocking capacity, in Cabinda province, from 15,300 cubic meters of gas and diesel to 40,000 cubic meters.More about this news
Luanda - Sonangol EP and consulting and auditing company PwC reached an agreement for the end of the contract for the provision of audit services to the individual and consolidated financial statements of Sonangol EP and its subsidiaries for the period 2017/2019, Angop learnt today.
Luanda - The Angolan State-owned Oil Company (Sonangol), denied on Friday statements made by Cuanza Sul-based cement factory (FCKS) over discontinued supply of Light Fuel Oil (LFO) to the referred plant.
Luanda - The tender put up to procure a company to audit the individual and consolidated financial statements of the Angolan State-run oil company Sonangol and its subsidiaries for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 periods was won by the firm PwC.
Luanda - The Angolan President, João Lourenço, received in a joint meeting on Friday in Luanda the representatives of oil companies operating in Angola, at their request, in order to address issues related to the sector's challenges and development .
Luanda - The Angola LNG company and the Glencore Energy UK Limited have signed a pluriannual agreement relating to the sale of gas, through which the former will make deliveries of this product to the latter in different locations of the world.
Houston, Texas - The participation of Sonangol Holdings and some of its affiliates at the Offshore Technology Conference to promote the national oil industry was highlighted in Houston, Texas, on Monday by the secretary of State for Oil, Anibal Silva.
Houston, Texas - Greater divulgence of the national oil and gas capacities as well as investment attraction are Angola's top bets in the 2017 edition of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), taking place on 1-4 May in Houston (United States of America).
Luanda - Angola’s Sonangol Shipping company has purchased two Suexmax oil tankers with a capacity for one million barrels each, rising to 12 the number of vessels available in the country for the transportation of crude oil.