Our activities in Angola

Workers aboard ship talk among themselves about work to be done

We have been present in Angola since 1980, and today we operate through the joint venture Azule Energy, the country's largest independent hydrocarbon producer, with the aim of achieving greater operational efficiency in exploration, development and production. With Azule Energy, we are also present in the liquefied natural gas sector and in solar energy production, which also contributes to job creation. Together with Angola we are taking steps towards an fair energy transition.  We contribute to guaranteeing the security of energy supplies and we share resources and technologies with the country. We leave the people with a good part of the energy we produce together, thus expanding the access to energy. We contribute to socio-economic development, with diversified initiatives in the fields of medicine, agricultural education, vocational training and entrepreneurship. 

Country profile

Activity start date: 1980 - present

Chemistry
Chemistry
Renewable
Renewable
Oil & Gas
Oil & Gas
Education
Education
Community health
Community health
Territory protection
Territory protection
Economic diversification
Economic diversification
Access to water and sanitation
Access to water and sanitation

Azule Energy

Versalis International

Eni Foundation

New Gas Consortium (NGC)
Angola LNG JV
ANPG
Sonangol

How we operate in the country

Working with Azule Energy to accelerate resource development

Through the joint venture created with British Petroleum (BP), activities in the area focus on the development of hydrocarbon resources, with the East Hub & West Hub projects. The Caraculo plant is under construction in the southern-central part of Angola, the first photovoltaic power plant in the country. The project contributes to the reduction of diesel consumption for electricity generation, supporting the diversification of energy in Angola. In terms of environmental benefits, the Caraculo photovoltaic plant will be able to avoid 50 KtCO2eq of climate-altering emissions per year. 

 

A study is being conducted with the National Oil and Gas Agency (ANPG) and Sonangol on the cultivation of castor beans, on degraded land which is not in competition with the food sector, for the production of biofuels.

 

We have launched various initiatives for promoting schooling, providing school materials and encouraging pupils to read. We support the project promoted by HALO Trust which trains teams of female miners to clear land of unexploded devices, creating new job opportunities among the female population. We have installed solar systems and implemented sanitary and vaccination campaigns also through Eni Foundation.

Highlights

Below is a selection of data about our activities in the country.

19
mm bbl

annual oil and condensate production


10
bcf

Annual gas production


21
mm boe

annual hydrocarbons production


19
mm bbl

annual oil and condensate production

10
bcf

Annual gas production

21
mm boe

annual hydrocarbons production

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Azul Energy

The 50/50 joint venture between Eni and BP brings together exploration, liquefied natural gas and renewables activities in Angola.

Eni Angola S.p.A - Sucursal de Angola

Downtown Center Building, 19 Joaquim Figueiredo Street,  12º Floor

P.O. BOX 1289

Luanda – Angola

Last update: 07 September 2023


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