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27 February 2013
As the world’s poorest continent with the least developed transport infrastructure, it is no surprise that Africa trails the rest of the world in terms of fuel use
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The oil revenue squeeze is presenting the government with its greatest challenge since the civil war, Martin Quinlan writes
Angola will see only small increases in oil production capacity for the next few years – or perhaps none, if the decline in output from the older deep-water fields cannot be checked, Martin Quinlan writes
THE obsession among oil analysts with the weekly rotary rig count in the US and what it might mean for marginal supply from North America has let a bigger, longer-term obstacle to price recovery emerge almost unseen.