Angola: Total, Eni pave the way for new projects


Issue 359 - 07 Dec 2017 | 3 minute read
Angola’s new president, João Lourenço, and new Sonangol chairman Carlos Saturnino have met the chief executives of Eni and Total and signed new agreements on upstream and downstream activities and renewable energy. Total chairman and chief executive Patrick Pouyanné met Lourenço and Saturnino on 4 December, paving the way for sanction of the Zinia Phase 2 development on the prolific Block 17. The 40,000 b/d Zinia 2 development will be tied back to the Pazflor floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, one of four on the block.

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