Two decades of growth for Angola’s new generation indies


Issue 447 - 07 Oct 2021 | 1 minute read

African Energy issue 123 of 5 October 2007 reported on the emergence of a new class of small but ambitious indigenous players in the Angolan oil industry, after the 2005/06 licensing round “saw the entry on to the domestic energy scene of six mostly unknown companies: Prodoil, Force Petroleum, Angola Consulting Resources (ACR), Falcon Oil, Initial Oil and Gas and Grupo Gema.

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