We are BP in Angola
BP is committed to build a safe, reliable and sustainable operating company in Angola that enhances BP's exploration and production returns and contributes to the social and economic development of Angola
BP has been in Angola since the 1970s, and in the 1990s acquired interests in four deepwater offshore blocks some 200 kilometres northwest of Luanda. In 2011, we acquired interests in five new deepwater and ultra deepwater blocks in the Kwanza and Benguela basins to the south of the capital. BP is one of the largest foreign investors in Angola, having invested approximately $30 billion. We are the operator of blocks 18 and 31 and have non-operated interests in blocks 15, 17, 20, and 25 as well as in the Angola LNG project in Soyo. As part of ongoing portfolio evaluation, BP has decided to relinquish its 50% interest in Block 24 but remains committed to Angola and is now focusing on managing the base and exploring other opportunities that create value to BP and Angola.
Energy outlook – 2019 edition
As always, the Outlook looks at how the energy landscape might evolve over the next two decades. Read more...
Community and Social Investment
BP Angola’s Social and Community Investment programme is part of our commitment to contribute to the development of Angola.
Greater Plutonio Micro-credit Programme
In Dombe Grande, a rural farming region in Benguela Province, BP has funded a project run by agricultural capacity building NGO ADRA.