Safely producing and delivering Angolan LNG to the world
  • Global reach


    Angola LNG’s sales strategy offers a global reach, combined with a flexible approach

  • Excellence


    Angola LNG has built one of the world’s most modern LNG processing facilities

  • Partnership


    Angola LNG is keen to ensure sustainable development in Angola

  • Environment


    Environmental protection is a key part of Angola LNG’s social responsibility programme

  • Safety


    Angola LNG places safety at the heart of everything it does

Operations

Production Excellence

The US$10bn Angola LNG project is one of the largest single investments in the Angolan oil & gas sector and provides a solution to establish a new source of clean energy.

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Marketing

Global reach

Angola LNG Marketing Ltd is responsible for developing the marketing strategy; negotiating sales agreements; and managing the dedicated fleet of 7 vessels that will ship LNG to customers around the world.

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Press
Releases

Angola LNG loads first cargo following shutdown 06-06-2016

Soyo, Angola, 6 June 2016: Angola LNG (ALNG) confirms that, following the recent plant shutdown, p..

Angola LNG and EDF Trading enter into a Sales Agreement 23-03-2016

Soyo, Angola, 23rd March 2016 Angola LNG Limited (“ALNG”) and EDF Trading Limited (“EDFT”), a who..

News from
Angola LNG

Commitment
to safety

Safety is a top priority and Angola LNG is committed to the protection of the health and safety of staff across all of its organisations and the local community in Soyo, Angola.

 

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Social
Responsibility

Angola LNG has invested significant resources into the local community

Two key projects include the renovation and expansion of the Soyo municipal hospital to improve the health of the community, and the refurbishment and expansion of the Bairro da Marinha School to develop a more highly educated population.

 

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Angola LNG’s vision is to be a reliable and competitive supplier, a strong community partner and a role model for development in Angola.

It was with great pride that we announced our first cargo in June 2013. A result of lots of hard work from teams across the project this event marked a major milestone in our history; added Angola to the list of LNG supply countries (the first since 2010); and helped move us closer towards achieving our vision.

$10bn investment

Nominal LNG capacity of 5.2 million tons per year

500km of pipeline network

Dedicated shipping fleet of 7 LNG vessels

Expected life of at least 30 years