TotalEnergies levels up Angola’s energy security with multi-pronged approach


French energy firm TotalEnergies has announced the roll out of its multi-energy strategy in the African country of Angola.

Announced today, 28th July, the company will launch its $850m Begonia oil field, and Quiluma and Maobqueiro gas fields developments, in addition to the country’s first solar project. 

TotalEnergies has also announced the final investment decision for the Non Associated Gas 1 (NAG1) project, the first non-associated natural gas project developed in Angola. 

The project – established with partners Eni, Chevron, Sonangol, and bp – aims to intake gas from the Quiluma and Maboqueiro offshore fields to improve the country’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) production capacity. 

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