CABGOCCabinda Gulf Oil Company Ltd
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Although production here has now declined to 350,000 b/d, a large proportion of Angola's deepwater output also lies offshore Cabinda, including CABGOC's Block 14, which yields about 250,000 b/d from the Benguela, Belize, Lobito, Tomboco (BBLT) and Tombua Landana projects.
DSME and CABGOC already informed us that they are impressed by how incredibly accurate our work is.
CABGOC helped export the country's first cargo of crude in 1968 and produced continuously during the anti-colonial war and the civil war that followed Angola's independence from Portugal in 1975.
The vessel proved effective on the first phase of Cabinda Gulf Oil Company, Ltd.'s (CABGOC) Banzala development off Cabinda in Angola, West Africa, this year.
(CABGOC - now part of Chevron) found oil offshore the coastal enclave of Cabinda.
Despite such developments, fellow US firm Chevron (formerly ChevronTexaco) remains the biggest oil producer in the country, through its Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC) subsidiary.
ChevronTexaco dominates production in Cabinda through its Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC) subsidiary, which operates the productive Block Zero onshore areas including the Kokongo, Numbi and Takula fields.
In January 2006 CABGOC brought online the first phase of the Benguela, Belize, Lobito, Tomboco (BBLT) project.