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January 26, 2018Market Report: BP, Kosmos to Explore São Tomé
Also, the $16 billion Egina FPSO owned by Total reached Nigeria.
November 15, 2017Atlas-Oranto Oil and Gas Licences Promotion
Atlas Petroleum International and its sister company Oranto Petroleum have an extensive footprint across the African continent, holding 22 oil and gas licenses in 11 jurisdictions. With an unrivalled knowledge of African petroleum sectors and plays, Atlas and Oranto seek to create long-term value with investment strategies that benefit ourselves and our partners, host countries […]
September 27, 2016Prime Ministers Headline AOP 2017 Program
PMs from São Tomé and Principe, Guinea-Bissau and Equatorial Guinea are confirmed to participate in June 5-7, 2017 conference.
June 26, 2018Oranto Petroleum Acquires Zambian Oil Blocks
Blocks 17 and 27 represent Oranto’s first investment in the country.
April 2, 2018Kosmos Energy
Kosmos is a premier international oil and gas exploration and production company focused on the frontier. Their primary areas of operation are under-explored regions along the Atlantic Margin. They focus on unlocking new hydrocarbon systems and growing and maturing discovered basins through follow-on exploration success, development and production. Kosmos Energy’s asset portfolio includes existing production […]
March 20, 2018Resolving African Boundary Disputes
Boundary disputes continue to be a notable barrier to the development of Africa's oil and gas sector.
February 7, 2018Local Content Comeback
Now the oil price is in recovery, what's the outlook for local content? (Op-ed)
November 9, 2017AOP Signs Agreement with Atlas/Oranto Petroleum to Promote Licenses
Africa Oil & Power will assist in attracting farm-in partners.
November 6, 2017Oranto Petroleum Begins Oil Exploration in South Sudan
Oranto Petroleum is exploring Block B3 in South Sudan with BGP Inc.
December 9, 2016The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top oil and gas stories this week: Africa-Europe gas pipeline, new marginal field, Mozambique FID approaches