End of the Dino era
The trading company Trafigura's acquisition of the shares of the [...]
The Angolan government has awarded the Turkish steel group Tosyali the Cassinga iron ore project that includes the construction of an ore transformation unit.
Fidelino Loy de Jesus Figueiredo , Angola's ex-ambassador to the [...]
The French major's new refined products supply contract with Sonangol is a heavy blow to the state-owned firm's long-term partner Trafigura.
While handing over the reins of the oil sector to Isabel dos Santos, daughter of Angola's former president (AEI 802), [...]
Two of the last decrees Angolan mines minister Francisco Queiroz [...]
As part of a push to diversify Angola's economy, which [...]
After a 35-year hiatus, the Caminho de Ferro de Mocamedes line is back in action, opening up opportunities in mining in southeast Angola.
After years of enjoying the fruits of a high oil price, Angola, the continent's second-ranking producer, now looks like a graveyard to would-be investors. The designated successor of president Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, who decided not to stand for re-election [.
Determined to profit from the recent hike in the price of copper, Angola’s government has now stepped forward as the [...]
Long the leading backers of the state-run Angolan oil company, the majors are now exasperated by its delay in meeting bills.
With the inauguration of a brand new smelter in December, Angola’s central region could emerge as an iron ore hub.
AEMR’s project for an iron mine at Cassinga-Kitungo in Kwanza [...]
Trafigura’s strategy to operate in many of Angola’s sectors seems to be paying off. Four years after turning up in the country, the world shipping and minerals transportation concern is resuming iron production that ground to a halt in 1976.
After a boom period in which the contracts kept coming in, the charismatic Franco-Lebanese businessman Iskandar Safa is today facing pressure on several fronts. The founder of the naval shipyard Abu Dhabi Mar is under attack on its contracts in [.