Home oil & gas ANGOLA Issue dated 21/06/2016 Isabel dos Santos installs her team at Sonangol When Angolan president Jose Eduardo dos Santos officially appointed his daughter, Isabel dos Santos, as CEO of Sonangol (AEI 771) [...] (316 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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Sensing [...] ANGOLA 19/07/2016 Carvalho acts as Isabel dos Santos’ wild card to rescue Sonangol The daughter of Angola’s leader is counting on the ex managing director of Chevron in Brazil to help her overhaul the state-owned giant. [...] ANGOLA 21/06/2016 Opposition lawyers gang up on Isabel dos Santos Considering that the appointment of Isabel dos Santos, daughter of [...] Spotlight ANGOLA 07/06/2016 Dos Santos clan forces through its oil strategy Named boss of Angola’s state-owned oil group Sonangol on June 3, Isabel dos Santos, daughter of the country’s president, had been preparing for her coronation for months in league with her father, Jose Eduardo dos Santos. [...] ANGOLA 22/03/2016 High-powered team to mull Sonangol’s future Already committed to major changes at Sonangol, the Angolan government wants to draft fresh legislation for the entire oil and gas sector. 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