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Angola prepares for 2019 licensing round


  • During a visit to Tokyo, Angola's Minister of Mineral Resources and Petroleum Diamantino Pedro Azevedo told S&P Global that the country is in the final stages of preparing for its 2019 licensing round, which will be launched and promoted at the Angola Oil & Gas 2019 Conference and Exhibition hosted by Africa Oil & Power.
  • The 2019 licensing round, Angola's first in eight years, will include a new focus on the development of marginal fields.
  • Angola Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition will be held in Luanda on June 4-6 and is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Petroleum of the Republic of Angola.


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