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Issue 209 - 21 May 2011

Upstream oil and gas: Pointers

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ANGOLA: ROC Cabinda stake sale; ANGOLA: New find for Total; ANGOLA: Pazflor FPSO in place

Angola
Issue 208 - 07 May 2011

Angola moots Eurobond, local bonds

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While banks await mandates to raise a new mega-loan for state oil company Sonangol (AE 207/21), monetary authorities in Luanda are also considering coming to the market this year for Angola to issue its long-awaited debut Eurobond.

Angola
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ANGOLA: Cobalt pre-salt plans; GABON: Dussafu drilling; SOUTH AFRICA: Shale gas exploration halt in Karoo; TANZANIA: BG contracts new rig

Angola | Gabon | Tanzania | South Africa
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ANGOLA: Hydro planned on Kwanza River; BOTSWANA: New hitch for CIC sale; MOROCCO: USTDA grant for power projects

Botswana | Angola | Morocco
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Possible new Sonangol borrowing, longer lending tenors and the clearing up of foreign payment arrears are among the major Angolan themes preoccupying foreign financiers and insurers, writes Kevin Godier

Angola
Issue 206 - 02 April 2011

ALNG plant eyes Q1 12 start-up

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The Angola Liquefied Natural Gas (ALNG) consortium is pushing ahead with development of the Soyo liquefaction plant – now estimated to cost “just over $9bn” – with target start-up set for February 2012, according to Sonangol Gas president Antonio

Angola
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Chinese data for its crude oil imports in January show the increasing importance of trade with African producers - with Angola again Beijing's single biggest supplier after overtaking Saudi Arabia. Data produced by the General Administration for Customs in Beijing show China's crude imports

Angola
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Power barge heads for Luanda; Official confident on Lom Pangar HEP despite lack of funds; Songo Songo expansion waits on tariffs, financing; Share placing for South African start-up

Cameroon | Angola | Tanzania | South Africa
Issue 203 - 18 February 2011

Sonangol buys Escom

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Sonangol is increasingly playing the role of a sovereign wealth fund, diversifying its activities outside its core oil business.

Angola
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Maersk Oil has agreed to acquire a 15% interest in Block 16 from Devon Energy for an initial payment of $70m, subject to government approval.

Angola
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ALGERIA: El Merk on stream from Q2 2012; ANGOLA: New Girassol contract for FMC; ANGOLA: Saipem wins drilling contract; EQUATORIAL GUINEA: McDermott subsidiary gets Noble contact; LIBERIA: Simba looks for PSC; LIBYA: NOC holds off on licensing round again; LIBYA: Shell tests fourth deep well; LIBYA: TPAO success continues; MOROCCO: Another gas discovery for Circle Oil; NIGERIA: Saipem wins contract extension; REPUBLIC OF CONGO (BRAZZAVILLE): Murphy plugs wells

Angola | Nigeria | Libya | Liberia | Equatorial Guinea | Congo Brazzaville | Algeria | Morocco
Issue 201 - 21 January 2011

Push for ICJ sea border ruling

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The presidents of Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola have agreed to establish a joint commission to delineate the maritime border, in a bid to defuse a growing row over the territory and the large quantities of oil its now produces for Angola (AE 198/13). The commission, under the two presidents’ direct supervision, will replace a previous bilateral body, which has made no progress on the issue. The row centres on DRC’s application to the UN Commission

DR Congo | Angola
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The government is retaining its target of completing construction work on the new Lobito refinery in 2015, according to oil minister José Maria Botelho de Vasconcelos.

Angola
Issue 199 - 03 December 2010

KBR to open Luanda operating centre

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KBR Oil & Gas has announced plans to open an Angola Operating Centre in Luanda to offer engineering, project management and construction management services

Angola
Issue 198 - 19 November 2010

JDZ scheme hits new snags

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The Democratic Republic of Congo has abandoned plans for an offshore Joint Development Zone for oil and gas exploration, according to Angola's ambassador in Kinshasa. Emilio José de Carvalho told a news conference on 1 November that now the DRC had submitted an application to the UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf to extend its territorial waters beyond the 200-mile limit,

DR Congo | Angola