TotalEnergies has awarded a contract to McDermott International for work on the Begonia project, offshore Angola.
Nigeria’s oil production has slipped below the 1 million barrel per day mark, according to new data from the upstream regulator. The decline in August has seen Nigeria fall to fourth largest producer in Africa, from first.
Zambia is in talks with Saudi Arabia to secure fuel supplies, while also seeking support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Angola plans to complete the sale of stakes in national oil company Sonangol EP and diamond firm Endiama within the next five years, according to the chairman of the government’s asset-management agency.
Saipem has won contracts under Angola’s New Gas Consortium (NGC), to develop new sources of feedstock for the Angola LNG (ALNG) plant.
Up-and-coming independent Afentra has returned to trading as its plans to secure two parallel deals in Angola move ahead.
TotalEnergies has taken a final investment decision (FID) on Begonia, a field in Angola’s Block 17/06.
BP has signed an exclusive option with Yinson for an FSPO to work on the proposed PAJ project, in Angola’s Block 31.
TotalEnergies has reported net income of $5.69 billion, up more than two and a half times from the first quarter, driven largely by its downstream and chemicals operations.
A group of foreign investors in Angola have taken the final investment decision (FID) on the New Gas Consortium, paving the way for more gas deliveries to the Angola LNG plant.
Angola exported $11.8 billion worth of oil in the second quarter of the year, from 103.6 million barrels of oil.
Afentra has struck a second deal in Angola, boosting its stake in Block 3/05, via an agreement with Croatia’s INA.
Angola has inaugurated a new unit at the Luanda refinery, with Zambian officials expressing their interest in securing fuel supplies from their neighbour.
TotalEnergies and its partners on Angola’s Block 17 have taken the final investment decision (FID) on the $850 million CLOV Phase 3 development.
A small group of deep-pocketed companies increasingly dominates exploration and, as yet, they are avoiding the boom-and-bust mentality of previous oil cycles.
Angola is determined to increase energy production and, judging from the wave of independents signed up to take on Sonangol stakes, seems well positioned.
ExxonMobil has awarded Maersk Supply Service work supporting drilling and production offshore Angola, in Block 15.
Afreximbank has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the African Petroleum Producers Organization (APPO), with the dream of creating an energy bank.
Eni’s Scope 1 and 2 emissions increased in 2021, largely as a result of its African operations, but it offset this through the acquisition of 2 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent in forestry credits.
The Angolan National Oil, Gas and Biofuels Agency (ANPG) on April 5 opened a tender for eight oil blocks in the Lower Congo and Kwanza offshore basins.
Angola has ejected WM-DC Resources from the Cabinda North block, for alleged failure to comply with its contractual obligations.
The events of the past two years have accelerated mergers & acquisitions trends in Africa, and 2022 is already witnessing increased deals activity.
Sirius Petroleum and Somoil have officially signed a sale and purchase agreement for stakes in three blocks offshore Angola for $335.5 million.
VFuels is making progress with its Cabinda refinery work at facilities in Houston, with equipment passing its factory acceptance testing (FAT).
Sungara Energies has signed a deal to buy a 10% stake in Block 15/06, offshore Angola, from state-owned Sonangol.