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Energy Minister Emanuela Vieira Lopes and Vice Minister of Industry Kiala Ngone Gabriel signed a much-anticipated memorandum of understanding with Norway’s Norsk Hydro ASA in early May, to take plans to develop an integrated hydroelectric power (HEP) and aluminium production project onwards to the feasibility stage.

Angola
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Petroceltic raises $40m; Roc brings Argentines into Angola

Angola | Algeria
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Underlining the extent to which its membership of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries is hampering plans to raise its output, Angola has formally written to OPEC secretary-general Abdullah Al-Badri requesting exemption from implementing its production target obligations (AE 160/1). The call for “special consideration”

Angola
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The Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) is to provide a $120m credit facility to back the import of US products and services as

Angola
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Lower oil prices and production cuts put Angola’s astronomic growth forecasts into question, but OPEC’s newest member remains bullish about its business prospects

Angola
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Compliance with OPEC quotas said to be carried out with little complaint

Angola
Issue 160 - 04 April 2009

Angola encourages gas, HEP

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Angolan government moves to promote gas exploration and reduce flaring

Angola
Issue 160 - 04 April 2009

Angolanisation rises up the agenda

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IOCs and local corporates are getting to grips with a complex new law on Angolanisation, which puts pressure on companies to employ local contractors and staff, in senior roles

Angola
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Construction companies may be enjoying a boom, but bureaucracy remains pervasive in Angola, with a heavy impact on business and the electricity sector

Angola
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Following the end of its civil war, Angola has become an increasingly assertive regional player, reflected in a number of security deals – projecting the powerful Forças Armadas Angolanas (FAA) beyond Angola’s borders, notably in Brazzaville and Kinshasa – and in its determination to support Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe.

Angola | Zimbabwe | Congo Brazzaville
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Isarene drilling to start in May; Russian field development to proceed; Minister says Tullow will get Lake Albert stakes; Chevron awards FEED, New find on Abu Qir for Edison; Burullus Gas extends rig contract; Essar gets back OPL 226

Egypt | DR Congo | Angola | Nigeria | Congo Brazzaville | Algeria
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PetroVietnam/PTTEP JV plans $2bn investment; AMEC JV in training initiative; Block 31 yields 17th discovery; Lukoil/Vanco drilling; San Leon to convert Zag licence; Chariot completes seismic, woos partners; Aje field deemed commercial; Petrodar to bring new field on stream

Ghana | Angola | Namibia | Sudan | Nigeria | Algeria | Morocco
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British company to carry out Baynes EIA; NBE loan for EETC’s grid expansion; Indians look for coal; Transmission line tenders; Study sought for Ngwempisi hydro cascade; Small hydro

Mozambique | Egypt | Angola | Namibia | Uganda | eSwatini (Swaziland)
Issue 157 - 20 February 2009

Eni firms up Sonangol MoU

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Italy’s Eni has extended its co-operation model to Angola, signing the first three agreements under a memorandum of understanding reached last August with state Sonangol.

Angola
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Despite early hopes that Africa might escape the worst of the global financial crisis, sharp falls in oil and metals prices will hit many countries hard.

DR Congo | Angola | Nigeria | Zambia