Of the 1,166,323 metric tons of liquid fuels purchased for sale between October and December last year, 27 percent came from the Luanda refinery and 1 percent from Cabgoc-Topping in Cabinda (a subsidiary of North American Chevron), according to with a report from the institute.
Purchased quantities decreased by 8 percent compared to the previous quarter.
In the fourth quarter of 2022, the country had an installed capacity for liquid fuel storage on land of 675,968 cubic meters and 922 filling stations, of which 43 percent were white flag, 37 percent Sonangol, 8 percent Pumangol, 7 percent of Sonangalp and 5 percent of Total.
The global sales volume of the various business segments - retail, industrial consumption and 'bunkering' (supplying maritime and air navigation) - was approximately 1,185,590 metric tons, an increase of 3 percent compared to the previous quarter
Around 125,316 metric tons of cooking gas (LPG) were introduced into the domestic market during this period, of which 61 percent came from Angola LNG, 33 percent imported, 4 percent from Refinaria de Luanda and 2 percent from Topping de Cabida, an increase of 35 percent over the previous three months.
In the field of lubricants, around 8,199 metric tons were sold, of which more than 80 percent were imported, representing a decrease of 11 percent compared to the previous three months.