Onshore awards and offshore activity drive Angolan revival

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Issue 447 - 08 Oct 2021 - By James Gavin | 3 minute read

The nine blocks snapped up in Angola’s onshore licensing round that ended in late September saw a mix of lesser-known foreign and well-placed domestic players secure acreage. This counts as a success story for Luanda in a year when post-Dos Santos Angola has sought to reverse the gloomy narrative that has surrounded Africa’s second biggest oil producer, writes James Gavin.

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