Signs of life for Angolan E&P as Sonangol charts a new course


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Issue 441 - 24 Jun 2021 - By James Gavin | 6 minute read

The national oil company’s strategy of selling non-core assets will provide Sonangol with funds to reinvest in the domestic oil and gas sector. This could bolster production, but it may not be enough to outweigh the decline in mature fields, writes James Gavin.

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