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Shelf Drilling offloads jackup rig and scores several drilling deals

Splash24/7 13 Aug 2021
Shelf Drilling Tenacious secured a one-year contract with Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC) for operations offshore Angola ... The Shelf Drilling Mentor will be working offshore Congo on a short-term contract with Mercuria, with expected commencement in January 2022.
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Africa Well Intervention Services Market Projected to Witness Vigorous Expansion by 2028

The Sentinel Newspaper 20 Jul 2021
The market is further classified based on applications into onshore and offshore. Geographically, the market is classified based on countries into Nigeria, Algeria, Angola and others ... Geographically, the Africa well intervention services market is segmented into Nigeria, Algeria, Angola and others.
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Shelf Drilling seals Angola jackup deal with Chevron

Splash24/7 16 Jun 2021
... contract with Chevron’s subsidiary Cabinda Gulf Oil Company for the 2007-built jackup rig Shelf Drilling Tenacious for operations offshore Angola.
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Aker Solutions manager in Malaysia accused of cheating

Splash24/7 11 Jun 2021
... Aker Engineering Malaysia as a company with Bumiputera status ... It has been in the country since 1987 and has completed some of the most important projects both locally and globally, including the massive subsea development project, Kaombo, offshore Angola.
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Magseis Fairfield awarded survey contract in Angola

Splash24/7 10 Feb 2021
... a contract for a deep-water ocean bottom node baseline survey (3D) offshore Angola by a major international energy company.
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Majority of world’s high impact oil wells to be in Africa and the Americas in 2021

The National 07 Feb 2021
Major oil companies operate 46 per cent of the wells included in the list “showcasing their continued appetite to invest in high-risk, high-reward prospects”, it said ... It also includes French oil company Total’s wells Ondjaba-1 in Angola and Venus in Namibia.
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Subsea 7 grabs Angola contract

Offshore Energy Today 22 Jan 2021
Subsea 7 has won a contract from Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC) for the […]. The post Subsea 7 grabs Angola contract appeared first on Offshore Energy ... .
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Heerema closes off Angola joint ventures

Splash24/7 09 Nov 2020
Dutch offshore service ... The company’s subsidiary Heerema Marine Contractors will continue to operate from their branch in Angola, providing heavy lift installation services for the offshore energy markets.
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Angola: Total Resumes Drilling Operation in Angola

All Africa 25 Aug 2020
Luanda -- The French oil company Total announced Sunday the resumption of offshore drilling in Angola through the Skyros platform ....
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Angola’s oil exploration evaporates as COVID-19 overshadows historic reforms

Arab News 21 May 2020
An oil price crash last month to two-decade lows has prompted all international energy majors operating in AngolaTotal, Chevron, ExxonMobil, BP and Eni — to idle or ditch their drilling rigs, according to company sources, Refinitiv ship-tracking data and industry experts.
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Angola's oil exploration evaporates as COVID-19 overshadows historic reforms

Deccan Herald 20 May 2020
An oil price crash last month to two-decade lows has prompted all international energy majors operating in Angola - Total, Chevron, ExxonMobil, BP and Eni - to idle or ditch their drilling rigs, according to company sources, Refinitiv ship-tracking data and industry experts.
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Portuguese hacker behind dos Santos leaks, say his lawyers

Business Day 27 Jan 2020
Within days, Angola’s prosecutors announced charges against Dos Santos, as the so-called Luanda Leaks scandal swirled around allegations that she had syphoned off hundreds of millions of dollars of public money into offshore accounts during her tenure at Sonangol, Angola’s state-owned oil giant.
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Eni, Total, BP and Equinor awarded stakes in Angolan offshore frontier blocks

Oilfield Technology 17 Jan 2020
Eni and Total won operator rights to blocks 28 and 29 respectively in the offshore Namibe basin, while Angola’s state oil company Sonangol and Equinor and BP were awarded smaller stakes, regulator ANPG said in a statement.
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