United States plans to establish partnerships with Angola in energy sector

2 August 2011

Cabinda, Angola, 2 Aug – The United States Energy Department plans to establish partnerships with the Angolan government in the energy sector, the assistant secretary for international affairs, David Sandaloy said in Cabinda, northern Angola, Monday.

Sandaloy, who was visiting Cabinda, noted the importance of boosting economic cooperation between Angola and the United States.

“We have common interests in the energy sector and we deal with a variety of issues about oil and gas production, and also electricity production,” he said.

In Cabinda Sandaloy met with members of the provincial government and officials from US oil company Chevron, in the Malongo oil field. (macauhub)