Currently no planned events for Angola.
Business mission 2 -4 December 2018 in connection with the high level visit by Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
Regional Director Gulbrand Wangen has written a
brief summary of the visit and the Business Forum
. Please also have a look at the photos from this event:
INTSOK- The Norwegian Oil and Gas partners in cooperation with the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Angola hosted the Angola Entry Network Project (AENP) with 8 participating companies in the period 19 – 23 April.
Thank you for participating in our Angolan Network Meeting October 2, 2013.
All presentations are now available for download under the tab Presentations (for INTSOK Partners only)
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(This is an exerpt from the Annual Offshore Oil & Gas Market Report 2019 - 2022 )
Angola struggles with low investment levels and declining production in mature fields, with near-term volumes not sufficient to offset the trend.
The Angolan market is dominated by majors and the state-owned company Sonangol. The largest operator in 2017 was Total, accounting for approximately 35% of total operated production, followed by Chevron, ExxonMobil, BP, Eni and Sonangol.
Angola is preparing for an historic election and the longtime leader, President Jose Eduardo dos Santos, will formally step down in 2018 after 38 years in power.
Analysts inside and outside the country say they are keeping a close watch, here is our take on the situation and the possible outcome.