Angola’s Oil Future

From The Oil Drum, an excellent analysis of Angola’s oil future.  As the article notes:

“Angola is one of the few oil producing countries with a bright future ahead.  Decades of war prevented the country from developing its energy resources properly, but is now becoming one of the largest world oil exporters in a period of rampant prices…”

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