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article Oil and gas developer GEO has announced it is building an oil pipeline between Angola, Angola, and the UK, to deliver oil to the UK via the Gulf of Mexico.
The pipeline will carry crude oil from Angola’s Chadian oil fields, and will be used to ship crude to the US, Canada, and Mexico, as well as the UK.
The project is the third major oil pipeline project from Angola, after the Angola-Cambodia-Brazil oil pipeline and the Angola oil pipeline from Cameroon.
The oil pipeline will allow the company to increase the volume of crude it can export and to further diversify its business.
“We believe that this project is a significant development for the world’s oil industry, which will allow us to diversify the production of oil,” GEO’s CEO, John Stertzer said in a statement.
“This project will help us build our oil business, and create jobs for our employees, who will be more than 100,000 more than before.”
The project will run from May 2016 until 2022, and is estimated to cost around £5 billion.
Angola and Angola-Brazil have had a pipeline since 2005.
The company expects to produce 1.2 million barrels of oil a day from the project.
The US is expected to be the first country to see a pipeline of its own.
“The US will become the world leader in the energy sector,” Stertze said.
“For us, the UK is a very important market.
Angola is one of the world leaders in the development of oil and gas. “
There are a number of other countries in Europe who are interested in this project as well, and we’re working on that as well.”
Angola is one of the world leaders in the development of oil and gas.
The country produces almost all of its oil and its gas from oil and natural gas.
It is the world second-largest producer of natural gas, and has the world-leading share of the gas reserves.
Angola is the largest producer of gas in Angola, with around 1.5 million b/d.
Angola- Brazil oil pipeline, image source: Bloomberg