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  • Eni has started production at its offshore Agogo oil field, located in block 15/06 offshore Angola just nine months after the fields discovery.Some 20,000 b/d of production is targeted over the next few weeks. According to preliminary estimates, the field holds over 650mn barrels of oil in place, w...

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  • Drilling results from BP's new field wildcat Paladio 1 in Congo Fan block 18, Angola are expected to be released next month.

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  • Texaco's exploration and production president has held talks on Texaco's operations in Angola, in particular an LNG joint venture project with Sonangol.

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  • US major Chevron has confirmed that a compliant tower will be the development solution for its Benguela and Belize fields in deepwater block 14 offshore Angola.

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  • Much of the money paid by foreign companies, eg Marathon, for exploration permits in Angola is ending up in private accounts in Jersey, Switzerland and Portugal

  • BP will develop all five of its Angolan deepwater fields in block 18 through a hub, which will most likely be a floating production storage offloading (FPSO) vessel, on its Plutonio field in around 4000 feet of water.

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  • Texaco is to start drilling its Algerian Block 1 Laranjaera field in the northern Congo basin on 22/2/00. Texaco holds 71% in the field and is the third largest acreage holder and oil producer in offshore Angola, currently producing 75,000 barrels per day from Block 2

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  • A number of development scenarios are being pursued for the Rosa/Lirio areas in Angolan deepwater block 17 with both Girassol and Dalia going down the FPSO route. Operator TotalFinaElf is focussing more attention on this third development tranche.

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