ExxonMobil and Sonangol sign MoU for Namibe Basin


LUANDA -- Sonangol EP and ExxonMobil Corporation, a multinational oil and gas company in the United States, entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018 at the head office of the Angolan oil company that defines the intention to sign service contracts with risks, for Blocks 30, 44 and 45 of the Namibe Basin.
Carlos Saturnino and Andre Kostelnik, chairman of the board of directors of Sonangol E.P. and general manager of ExxonMobil in Angola, respectively, were the signatories to the memorandum, which represents the reinforcement of the cooperation agreements between the two companies.

In his brief speech, Carlos Saturnino emphasized that the memorandum is part of the Angolan government's guidelines on the attraction of foreign investment, and marks the beginning of a new era and the relaunch of the oil exploration strategy in Angola, which involves activities of prospecting and research.

The CEO of ExxonMobil, a company that has been operating in Angola for more than 25 years, said that "2018 was marked by many promises and changes that are welcome." Andre Kostelnik also said that the North American company is very enthusiastic about strengthening cooperation with Sonangol and is interested in continuing to work in Angola and thus contribute to the prosperity of Angolans.

The Executive Directors of Sonangol E.P. Baltazar Miguel, Alice Soups and Rosário Isaac, as well as directors and some invited technicians, also from the national oil company participated in the ceremony.

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