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Thu, 27 Feb 2020 08:40 - Updated Thu, 27 Feb 2020 08:40

Luanda hosts second edition of "Angola Oil & Gas" event

Luanda - The second edition of the conference and exhibition dubbed “Angola Oil & Gas/2020 (AOG)”, an event that is scheduled to happen on 16-17 June this year, in Luanda, is aimed at promoting new investments in the Angolan industry, ANGOP has learnt.

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The first edition of the AOG happened in June 2019 and brought together over 1,700 delegates, 60 lecturers and 50 exhibitors.   

The initiative is a partnership between the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Petroleum and the Africa Oil & Power organisation. It is aimed at promoting and attracting direct foreign investment to Angola.  

The event is to happen under the motto “A new era of growth and prosperity in Angola”.   

The conference is intended to be platform for the government to divulge new opportunities for the Angolan oil industry, the new legislation for the sector, different possibilities of crude oil exploration, among other aspects.



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