Luanda - The National Oil and Gas Agency (ANPG), concessionaire for oil and gas rights in Angola, attributed Block 28 to Eni (as operator, with 60%), as a result of the competitive international bidding round that took place in 2019.
Luanda - The state run-oil firm Sonangol and the Gemcorp Capital LLP signed last Thursday in Luanda a partnership agreement providing for the construction of Cabinda refinery.
Luanda - The Agogo field, located at Angolan offshore, more precisely in Block 15/06, started last Thursday the commercial exploitation of the block’s crude oil, with an initial production of 10,000 barrels per day, nine months after its discovery, announced the Oil, Gas and Biofuels National Agency (ANPG).
Luanda - The unpaid credit recovery, through making debtors accountable, will enable banks to have liquidity and strategies to return to providing credit to the economy and participate more effectively in financial inclusion, Finance minister, Vera Daves, said last Thursday.
Luanda - At least USD sixty million is the amount that the National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (INAMET) expects to spend in the first phase of its modernization and transformation, which has been ongoing for more than a year, said Thursday the minister of Telecommunications and Information Technologies, José Carvalho da Rocha.
Luanda - The southern region of Africa lacks a policy on satellite sharing, an instrument that could help in solving common economic and social problems, said the Secretary of State for Telecommunications, Mário Oliveira, in Luanda.
Luanda - A book entitled “The Power of Informal Economy” by the Angolan economist Juliana Evangelista Ferraz will be released on January 30 this year.
Luanda - Finance minister Vera Daves swore in last Wednesday, in Luanda, Claúdio Paulino dos Santos in the post of General Tax Administration (AGT) CEO, to whom she requested commitment concerning the Executive's revenue collection goals.
Luanda - The Angolan National Diamond Company (Endiama) is negotiating the return of De Beers to Angola and the entry of Rio Tinto, the world's largest mining companies, announced the chairman of Endiama's board of Directors, Ganga Júnior.