Apr 7, 2013
Angola goes full steam ahead in attracting investment in its minerals
The French oil group Total's Floating Production, Storage and Offloading ship "Dalia" is pictured during its anchor 150 km from Angolan coast in this May 31, 2007 file photo.
The Washington Post
Angola Plans Iron, Manganese Investments to Cut Oil Reliance
Angola, the fifth-largest diamond producer, has cut mine taxes and plans to spend billions of dollars to attract investment into mineral deposits, Geology and Mines Minister Francisco Queiroz said.
COLUMN-Uruguay's offshore draws oil and gas prospectors: Kemp
Four of the world's most successful oil and gas exploration companies last month signed contracts to invest more than $1.5 billion over the next three years in prospecting for fossil fuels off the coast of Uruguay, betting that geological conditions which produced deposits off the West African coast are replicated on Uruguay's continental shelf.
Angola: Mocamedes Railways to Develop Kuando Kubango
The governor of the south-eastern Kuando-Kubango province, Higino Carneiro, said on Saturday that Namibe port and Moamedes Railway Company will enable social and economic development of this region, Angop has learnt.
Angola sees iron ore production from 2014 or 2015
Angola aims to start up iron ore production in the next two to three years through a state company partnership with private operators including leading international trading house Trafigura, an Angolan industry official said on Wednesday.