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Title:Gulf Oil in Cabinda
Author:Anonymous
Year:1970
Periodical:Africa Today
Volume:17
Issue:4
Pages:20-26
Language:English
Geographic term:Angola
Subject:petroleum extraction
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/4185105
Abstract:Gulf Oil is the largest single American investor in Cabinda. Official sources in Lisbon consider Cabinda capable of producing some 12 million tons of crude oil annually, but those closer to the scene in Angola talk of even greater possibilities which would place Cabinda among the first four or five oil producers in Africa. Of the great wealth generated in Cabinda none reaches the African population; it is being shared between the colonial Portuguese Government and Gulf Oil. This article discusses the development of Gulf Oil activities in its social and economic aspects. Notes, maps.
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