Luanda - The National Oil, Gas and Biofuels Agency (ANPG) Wednesday, in Luanda validated the proposals presented this year by oil companies Sonangol, ENI and TOTAL, for the exploration of the Namibe and Benguela sea basins.More about this news
Luanda - Angola’s National Petroleum, Gas and Biofuel Agency (ANPG) validated on Wednesday the bids for oil exploitation of Namibe and Benguela maritime basins made by the state-owned firm Sonangol, Italian (ENI) and French (TOTAL).
Luanda - Angola is planning to increase in more that 50 per cent its storage capacity for crude-oil byproducts as from the year 2022.
Luanda - The Secretary of State for Petroleum, José Barroso, said Tuesday in Luanda that the Government is still considering the possibility of readjusting the price of fuel, with the gradual withdrawal of subsidies.
Luanda - Angola acquired in the third quarter of the current year, 1.1million metric tons (TM) of oil products, representing a growth of four percent over the previous period.
Luanda - Angola exported during the third quarter of this year, 116.4 million barrels, at an average price of USD 62.8 per barrel, a decrease of 5.3 million barrels compared to the second quarter of 2019.
Luanda - The National Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Agency (ANPG) and five oil companies signed on Monday, in Luanda, two agreements for exploration, development and production of natural gas and cost sharing, which is expected to produce about 420 million cubic feet of gas / day as from 2022.
Luanda - The Ministry of Mineral Resources and Oil (MIREMPT) carried out last Tuesday, in Dubai, its second technical presentation (Road show) of the Soyo Refinery project to be implemented in the northern Zaire Province.
Luanda - Angola, a major oil producer in Africa, on Thursday kicked off a roadshow in Luanda to introduce a construction project of an oil refinery in Soyo City, northern Zaire Province.