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Angola sells first LPG cargo from Soyo plant to Sonangol.

International Resource News-January 29, 2014--Angola sells first LPG cargo from Soyo plant to Sonangol

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International Resource News - 29 January 2014

Angola LNG, an incorporated joint venture between Sonangol, Chevron, BP, ENI and Total, has sold its first LPG cargo from its plant in Soyo to Sonangol, Angola's state oil & gas company.

The company has sold the LPG cargo on a Free on Board Soyo basis. The LPG cargo was shipped by the LPG carrier, BW Broker. All LPG and condensate products have been committed for sale to the shareholder affiliates of Angola LNG.

Artur Pereira, CEO, Angola LNG Marketing, said, 'In addition to LNG production for international markets propane, butane and condensate production at Angola LNG is an important part of our operational and commercial activity. Our LPG and condensate production will help to supply both domestic and export markets with their energy needs.'

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Date:Jan 29, 2014
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