Oil may not be the only energy resource in Angola

The director of the Sonangol department, António, Junior, said in an interview that he believes that the importance of oil can be reduced over the years. For the director, Angola cannot have in the oil the only resource of the country, because besides being a finite resource is a polluting product.

Antônio is believed that in a few years the gas will become more important than oil and nuclear power plants and renewable sources should evolve. In this way, it is necessary for the African country to walk in this direction as well.

Currently Angola is one of Africa's largest oil producers along with Nigeria, producing 1.8 million barrels a day. However, it seems that the country is now interested in diversifying its energies.

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