Home oil & gas exploration-production ANGOLA 12/03/2019 Oil majors take Angola LNG leadership to task 2019 should be a decisive year for the joint venture Angola LNG (ALNG), which has operated the Soyo LNG plant [...] (198 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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The firm, [...] ANGOLA 03/12/2019 LNG/VAT: Lourenço's tax gift to Chevron, ENI, BP and Total The new 14% value added tax (VAT) that took effect in Angola on October 1 will not apply to the gas sector. [...] ANGOLA 03/12/2019 Lourenço makes great show of marginal fields to woo Chevron-BP Angolan president João Lourenço is continuing to promote the merits of the country's marginal fields to bring back oil firms [...] ANGOLA 05/11/2019 Teikoku Oil completely coldshoulders oil minister Azevedo Japan's Teikoku Oil, which had once been in a partnership [...] ANGOLA 10/09/2019 Joao Lourenco keeps eye on Sonangol, Total and Chevron After auditing the accounts of oil firms for the 2014-2017 period, the Angolan head of state has kept the pressure up by asking for a new report for fiscal years 2018 and 2019. [...] ANGOLA 25/06/2019 Total and Chevron's bugbear with local content rules The Angolan ministry of petrol, headed by Diamantino Azevedo, is still in the thick of talks with the oil and [...] ANGOLA 11/06/2019 Fuel shortages: Joao Lourenco cuts in to Sonangol turf The fuel shortages in May have triggered President Joao Lourenco into action. As a guest at the Angola Oil & [...] 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 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 05/06/2018 Oil & gas: Major companies to benefit from Joao Lourenco's fiscal largesse On the advice of oil companies, the Angolan president is pursuing his pro-business policy by providing tax incentives to the gas industry and for the exploitation of marginal fields. [...] ANGOLA 03/04/2018 Statoil and ENI circle around Cobalt's blocks While state-owned firm Sonangol has begun proceedings to purchase Texan firm Cobalt International Energy's blocks 20 and 21 (AEI 812), [...] 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. [...] ANGOLA 11/07/2017 How Sonangol won its fiscal battle against the majors The decade-long legal wrangle between Sonangol and the oil majors has finally come to an end. [...] ANGOLA 29/11/2016 Isabel dos Santos has trouble licking Sonangol into shape Embroiled in financial and judicial wrangles, the head of Sonangol, is finding it hard to push through reforms in the oil sector. She’s compensating by publicizing her activities. [...] Spotlight ANGOLA 31/01/2012 Dos Santos forced to share the cake The ruling MPLA party won’t be in any danger of losing power in legislative elections at the end of this year but the day is fast approaching when Luanda will have to give others as bigger piece of Angola’s oil [. [...] Receive prompts for these topics ANGOLA Angola LNG BP Chevron Diamantino Azevedo ENI Joao Lourenco Jose Eduardo dos Santos Sonangol Total Create a freenotification What is a notification?