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Angola imported around 1.17 billion dollars in fuel in the last quarter of 2023

Angola imported almost 80 percent of the fuel consumed in the country in the last quarter of 2023, worth around 1.17 billion dollars, it was announced this Wednesday.

: Ampe Rogério/Lusa
Ampe Rogério/Lusa  

The information was transmitted this Wednesday by the general director of the Petroleum Derivatives Regulatory Institute (IRDP), Luís Fernandes, noting that 66 percent of the fuel purchased for commercialization corresponds to diesel.

Gasoline corresponded to 23 percent, 7 percent to fuel, 4 percent to Jet A1 and the remainder to illuminating oil and asphalt bitumen.

According to the person responsible, who presented the balance of the IRDP's actions during the last three months of 2023, 21 percent of the liquid fuels came from the Luanda Refinery, 0.3 percent from the Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC) and 78.7 percent of imports on which around 1.17 billion dollars were spent.

The quantities acquired in this period (1,553,386 metric tons) represent an increase of approximately 56 percent compared to the previous quarter, he highlighted.

Luís Fernandes also reported that, during this period, 675,968 cubic meters were stored.


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