Home oil & gas ANGOLA Issue dated 06/03/2018 Why has Lourenco called on Dos Santos era pundits? The new Angolan president has brought back the heavyweights of the national oil sector to help him define the future of this key portfolio. [...] (299 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 03/04/2018 Luanda's gift to Total on block 48 French giant Total, which recently won Sonangol's gasoline and diesel [...] ANGOLA 13/03/2018 Dos Santos network now batting for Joao Lourenco While Isabel dos Santos' Angolan mining portfolio is shrinking before her eyes (AMI 409), her father, former president Jose Eduardo [...] ANGOLA 06/03/2018 Total sees light at end of visa tunnel in Luanda The Angolan authorities are preparing to pare back the heavy [...] IVORY COAST ANGOLA 20/02/2018 Can Angolan minister Diamantino Azevedo save SIR? On February 13, Angolan president Joao Lourenco discreetly dispatched his minister of oil Diamantino Azevedo to meet with the Ivorian [...] ANGOLA 21/11/2017 Saturnino and Azevedo, Lourenco's new oil bosses with Isabel Dos Santos out of picture By appointing close allies to the head of Sonangol and the oil ministry, Joao Lourenco is keeping the country's money maker under his wing. 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