Tagged With Angola
Angola takes pre-salt plunge with licensing offer
24 February 2011
Angola is to award 11 deep-water areas, all said to have potential for pre-salt oil, in the country's first large licensing offer since 2005
Opec uncertainty threatens Angola’s expansion plans
28 January 2011
Angola’s breathtaking development as an oil producer is slowing, perhaps stalling, because capacity is so far in excess of the country’s Opec production quota
Angola: Deep-water discoveries total 93
28 January 2011
Over the 15 years since Total hit oil at Girassol, 93 substantial discoveries have been made
Angola’s exploration-licence interests
28 January 2011
A block-by-block breakdown of licence holders in Angola
Angola: Total launches Clov development
1 September 2010
Total will go ahead with its deep-water Cravo-Lírio-Orquídea-Violéta (Clov) development, in Block 17, it said last month
China in Africa: the honeymoon is over
2 November 2009
China's national oil companies remain a central feature of energy operations in Africa, but their influence has been tempered, writes Ian Lewis
Angola no longer a tiger
9 March 2009
With production curtailed by its Opec quota, the long-planned licensing round on ice and the president recently back from asking China for another loan, the Angola of 2009 is very different from the rapidly expanding producer of the past 10 years
Pace in Angola's deep water slows
9 March 2009
The rapid pace of exploration and development behind Angola's remarkable growth as a deep-water producer has slowed
Technology: New structures off west Africa
1 October 2004
The recent first oil from ExxonMobil's Kizomba A development in Angola's deep waters is also the first flow through a tension-leg platform in the Gulf of Guinea, and another such platform is under construction. The firm's unusual hybrid development scheme has challenged the supremacy of ship-based production facilities in the area, Martin Quinlan writes