Home oil & gas ANGOLA Issue dated 09/02/2016 Isabel dos Santos takes charge of oil and gas Threatened by a collapse in its revenue, the Angolan government has set out timidly on the road to reforms - but with its people in charge. [...] (277 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? 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[...] ANGOLA 23/02/2016 Match between Vieira de Almeida and Miranda in the oil sector After six partners of the Portuguese law firm Miranda & [...] ANGOLA 23/02/2016 European Commission won't let Isabel dos Santos off the hook An inquiry by the European Commission into how Isabel dos Santos, daughter of Angolan president Jose Eduardo dos Santos, bought [...] AFRICA 23/02/2016 With its oil assets turning sour, Statoil puts money on gas Free In difficulty on its oil blocks in Nigeria and Angola, the Norwegian giant Statoil is counting on gas in Algeria to boost future profits. [...] ANGOLA 09/02/2016 Sonangol tells Total and Chevron to put up more money Sonangol is trying to set the spur to new exploration on blocks 14 and 17 in order to boost resources and investment. [...] ANGOLA 09/02/2016 Overhaul continues in Luanda’s power sector Launched nearly a year ago, the shake-up of Angola’s power branch (AEI 740) is gaining momentum. On Jan. 27 the [...] ANGOLA 26/01/2016 Total trims its local payroll Free While Britain’s BP has been firing people in droves, Total has trimmed its payroll more discreetly but just as substantially. [...] ANGOLA 27/10/2015 European legislators take Isabel dos Santos to task The acquisition of a 65% stake in Portugal’s Efacec Power Solutions company for €200 million in June by Isabel dos [...] ANGOLA 01/09/2015 Cobalt to wave goodbye to Angola’s offshore? Cobalt International Energy has begun withdrawing from Angola in order to focus its attention on the Gulf of Mexico. [...] Spotlight ANGOLA MOZAMBIQUE 31/05/2013 Isabel dos Santos also invests in Maputo The foreign investments of the richest woman in Africa according to the Forbes classification, with assets estimated at $2 billion, Isabel dos Santos, do not stop at Portugal (where, for example, she holds sizeable stakes in the bank BPI and [. 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