Angolan government approves infrastructure rehabilitation projects

27 August 2010

On Thursday 26 August, at a meeting of the Council of Minister, the Angolan government approved a number of projects for the upgrading and construction of infrastructures in the energy sector, as revealed by the Angola Press agency.

This primarily involves upgrading projects for the Matala dam, in the province of Huila, and the hydroelectric operations at Kambambe, in the north of the country.

An infrastructure construction project for the distribution of electricity in Dango and Luanda has likewise been approved.

Finally, the government gave its agreement to a contract for the installation of two gas turbines in the Futila region.

During a visit to Hanoi this week, the Secretary of State for Co-operation, Exalgina Gamboa, announced that the Angolan government had approved important measures for economic development in the course of 2010 and 2011.

The main objective is the upgrading and development of the infrastructures necessary for the reconstruction and development of the country.

Category: Energy

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