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000 economically active rural agricultural smallholders in all four municipalities of the Cabinda Province (Belize, Buco Zau, Cacongo, and Cabinda City) as well as small and medium sized entrepreneurs responsible for providing agricultural support services and food processing.
The Port is strategically positioned nine kilometres north of Cabinda, with the initial phase to include the development of the port infrastructure, a vast facility of nearly 150 hectares, which include marine structure and terminal facilities as well as industrial storage units, administrative and logistics offices.
She knew as much about Newcastle as most of us will know about Cabinda.
The Port and associated zones will be a game changer in the region's logistics industry while providing significant economic benefits to the people of Cabinda and the country.
The most significant of them are the Kuito, Benguela, Belize and Landana fields in Chevron's Cabinda Block 14; Girassol, Dahlia, Rosa and Lirio fields in Total's Luanda/Soyo's Block 17; and Kissanje, Marimba and Hungo fields in ExxonMobil's Soyo's Block 15.
Oil is produced in the province by a Chevron subsidiary, Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC), on shallow-water fields in Block Zero, which CABGOC has operated for an incredible six decades.
Cabinda es un pequeno enclave del oeste africano que, con la independencia de Angola en 1975, se convirtio en la decimoctava provincia del pais.
2m) as at 30 June 2012, holds a 17% interest in the Cabinda North Block, onshore the Angolan enclave of Cabinda.
The Angolan coast, excluding Cabinda, was divided into 13 exploration blocks, which were leased to foreign companies under production sharing agreements (PSAs).
The court in the northern enclave of Cabinda on Tuesday found the four, described by Human Rights Watch as activists, guilty of crimes against state security.
Togo withdrew from this year s tournament in Angola after two members of their delegation and the team bus driver died in an ambush in the province of Cabinda.
Ambushed by the Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda (FLEC), a separatist group in the oil-rich Angolan province, as the bus entered it from neighbouring Congo-Brazzaville, the deaths of assistant coach Amelete Abalo and press official Dodji Komi Ocloo Azanledji, as well as injuries to nine others, handed the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the hosts a public relations nightmare.