January 12, 2019

Angola Prepares For First Oil Licensing Round In Eight Years

OPEC producer Angola is putting the finishing touches on its first oil licensing round in eight years, hoping to replace dwindling production at some maturing fields […]
October 29, 2018

Can Angola Overhaul Its Struggling Oil Industry?

It is quite rare for African national oil companies (NOCs) to liberalize, especially in countries that are heavily dependent on oil revenues. Yet Angola, whose stability […]
September 12, 2018

Trafigura Loses Oil-Trading Contract In Angola To Total

Commodity giant Trafigura lost a fuel oil-trading contract with the Angolan government after the country’s new president awarded it to French Total, Reuters reports, noting Joao […]
August 17, 2018

Angola Overhauls Block Sales Process To Boost Oil Production

Angola’s new President Joao Lourenco continues with reforms aimed at reversing the country’s oil production decline, by creating an agency that will sell and manage oil […]
March 2, 2018
OPEC ‘Supergroup’ Keeps Oil Exports Subdued

OPEC ‘Supergroup’ Keeps Oil Exports Subdued

OPEC has successfully dialed back crude exports, but not all of its members have complied to the cuts equally