Produced in partnership with our data and analytics partner, Welligence, it provides key insights into Angola’s long journey to become one of the largest oil producers in Sub-Sahara.
The executive overview of the country’s oil and gas updates delves into various data points, which have been transformed into easily readable graphs and charts.
Data points explored include: oil and gas production levels, exploration drilling and commercial discoveries, the big companies involved, the rise of independents, and what lies ahead for Angola in the next 18 to 24 months.
As one of the largest sub-Saharan oil producers, Africa Oil Week has partnered with Welligence to create an informative report outlining the country’s hydrocarbon journey.
Angola’s first commercial find was offshore in 1955, followed just over a decade later with the onshore discovery of Malongo.
As of 2019, Angola, as a member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), produces approximately 1.37 million barrels of oil per day and an estimated 17,904.5 million cubic feet of natural gas.
It has become not only one of the top two players in Africa, but also a key partner in the international oil and gas market.
Production has increased in recent years, presenting many opportunities highlighted in the Africa Oil Week and Welligence report; including, the opportunity to acquire operated and non-operated stakes, sale and privatization of Sonangol assets, recent incentives to invest and much more.
Join us at Africa Oil Week to hear more from Angola at the ANPG booth or from speaker Natacha Massano, ANPG Executive Administrator.
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