Home oil & gas ANGOLA Issue dated 11/12/2018 Who can Lourenco count on for his local content commando unit? After easing the country's strict local content policy via presidential decree earlier this year (AEI 815), Angolan head of state [...] (253 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? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles MOROCCO Business 03/07/2020 ESL & Network lays groundwork for World Bank, IMF gathering in Marrakesh ANGOLA Business 30/06/2020 Lourenço wants to make up for diamond road repair blunder CAMEROON Politics 26/06/2020 Army frustrated over treatment of Israeli-supervised special forces defending Paul Biya's twilight years Access the free section On the same subject ANGOLA 11/06/2019 Total, Chevron make stand against 10% reserved for local firms Angola's new bill on local content in the oil and gas industry has sparked a heated debates in Luanda, six [...] ANGOLA 02/01/2019 Lourenço eager to privatise Sonangol subsidiaries Announced in September (AEI 824), the privatisation of 54 subsidiaries [...] ANGOLA 12/12/2018 Lourenco's anti-corruption investigators on the scent A streamlined team is being deployed to tackle this priority for the new president. [...] ANGOLA 11/12/2018 How Diamantino Azevedo has made himself the true boss of oil Often described as working in the shadow of the all-powerful Sonangol chairman Carlos Saturnino, the minister of mineral resources and [...] ANGOLA 27/11/2018 After Exxon and Total, Chevron wants its share After watching ExxonMobil and Total make various upstream and distribution investments in Angola over the past months (AEI 825), American [...] ANGOLA 24/04/2018 Lourenco to trim local content rules, bowing to majors' demands Angolan president Joao Lourenco has decided to listen to oil firms active in the country and give them what they want. His latest move has been to pass a decree to lighten the stringent local content laws. [...] ANGOLA 19/12/2017 Cash-stripped Lourenco gives all to majors With his back against the wall as he attempts to address the mountain of arrears Sonangol owes its oil partners, [...] ANGOLA 24/10/2017 Majors invited to have a hand in oil fiscal reform Working alongside Sonangol and the Angolan government, majors BP, Chevron, ENI, Total, Statoil and Exxon have 30 days to define the new financial and fiscal strategy for the country's oil sector. [...] SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com - Region SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 Previous Next Receive prompts for these topics ANGOLA Andre Goma Centro de Apoio Empresarial Diamantino Azevedo Domingos Francisco ExxonMobil Joao Lourenco Job Vasconcelos Sonangol Total Create a freenotification What is a notification?