The Oil & Gas Year Angola 2018
The Oil & Gas Year, in partnership with the Association of Service Providers of the Angolan Oil & Gas Industry, the American Chamber of Commerce in Angola and PwC, is proud to present The Oil & Gas Year Angola 2018, highlighting the diverse and innovative steps the country has taken to counteract the effects of the fall of global oil prices on Africa’s second-biggest oil producer.
The Oil & Gas Year Angola 2018 features in-depth interviews with industry leaders including Guido Brusco, the managing director of Eni Angola; Laurent Maurel, the country manager of Total E&P Angola; and John Baltz, the managing director of CABGOC. The latest developments in the market are illustrated with a diverse set of up-to-date resources including the very latest of TOGY’s celebrated maps, featuring Angola’s offshore and onshore blocks, as well as comprehensive infographics regarding Angola’s new Private Investment Law and the proposals of the petroleum working group set up by President João Lourenço. President Lourenço’s policies and legislation enacted so far are also fully analysed by interviewees such as Bráulio de Brito, the chairman of the board of AECIPA; José Severino, the president of the Industrial Association of Angola; and TOGY experts.
The 2018 report comes at a time of dramatic changes for Sonangol and this is also fully analysed by TOGY and many industry leaders and partners, all of whom give their opinion on the NOC and its future role in the country’s hydrocarbons industry.
Angola has suffered more than most producers during the global energy industry troubles, but the leadership has taken and continues to take steps to once again cement its place at the forefront of Africa’s oil production. As this transformation takes place, The Oil & Gas Year Angola 2018 offers unparalleled insights into the opinions, analysis and comments of the country’s most important players.