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【直辖市】

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【省】

安徽省代做银行流水账单

地级市:合肥、宿州、淮北、阜阳、蚌埠、淮南、滁州、马鞍山、芜湖、铜陵、安庆、黄山、六安、池州、宣城、亳州。

县级市:界首、明光、天长、桐城、宁国、巢湖。

福建省代做银行流水账单

地级市:福州、厦门、南平、三明、莆田、泉州、漳州、龙岩、宁德。

县级市:福清、邵武、武夷山、建瓯、永安、石狮、晋江、南安、龙海、漳平、福安、福鼎。

甘肃省代做银行流水账单

地级市:兰州、天水、嘉峪关、金昌、白银、酒泉、张掖、武威、庆阳、平凉、定西、陇南。

县级市:玉门、敦煌、临夏、合作。

广东省代做银行流水账单

地级市:广州、深圳、清远、韶关、河源、梅州、潮州、汕头、揭阳、汕尾、惠州、东莞、珠海、中山、江门、佛山、肇庆、云浮、阳江、茂名、湛江。

县级市:英德、连州、乐昌、南雄、兴宁、普宁、陆丰、恩平、台山、开平、鹤山、四会、罗定、阳春、化州、信宜、高州、吴川、廉江、雷州。

贵州省代做银行流水账单

地级市:贵阳、六盘水、遵义、安顺、毕节、铜仁

县级市:清镇、赤水、仁怀、凯里、都匀、兴义、福泉、盘州。

河北省代做银行流水账单

地级市:石家庄、邯郸、唐山、保定、秦皇岛、邢台、张家口、承德、沧州、廊坊、衡水。

县级市:定州、辛集、藁城、晋州、新乐、鹿泉、遵化、迁安、霸州、三河、涿州、安国、高碑店、泊头、任丘、黄骅、河间、冀州、深州、南宫、沙河、武安。

湖北省代做银行流水账单

地级市:武汉、十堰、襄阳、荆门、孝感、黄冈、鄂州、黄石、咸宁、荆州、宜昌、随州。

省直辖县级市:仙桃、天门、潜江。

县级市:丹江口、老河口、枣阳、宜城、钟祥、汉川、应城、安陆、广水、麻城、武穴、大冶、赤壁、石首、洪湖、松滋、宜都、枝江、当阳、恩施、利川。

湖南省代做银行流水账单

地级市:长沙、衡阳、张家界、常德、益阳、岳阳、株洲、湘潭、郴州、永州、邵阳、怀化、娄底。

县级市:耒阳、常宁、浏阳、津市、沅江、汨罗、临湘、醴陵、湘乡、韶山、资兴、武冈、洪江、冷水江、涟源、吉首、宁乡。

吉林省代做银行流水账单

地级市:长春、吉林市、白城、松原、四平、辽源、通化、白山。

县级市:德惠、榆树、磐石、蛟河、桦甸、舒兰、洮南、大安、双辽、公主岭、梅河口、集安、临江、延吉、图们、敦化、珲春、龙井、和龙、扶余。

江西省代做银行流水账单

地级市:南昌、九江、赣州、景德镇、鹰潭、新余、萍乡、上饶、抚州、宜春、吉安。

县级市:庐山、瑞昌、乐平、瑞金、德兴、丰城、樟树、高安、井冈山、贵溪、共青城。

江苏省代做银行流水账单

地级市:南京、徐州、连云港、宿迁、淮安、盐城、扬州、泰州、南通、镇江、常州、无锡、苏州。

县级市:江阴、宜兴、邳州、新沂、金坛、溧阳、常熟、张家港、太仓、昆山、如皋、海门、启东、东台、高邮、仪征、扬中、句容、丹阳、兴化、泰兴、靖江。

辽宁省代做银行流水账单

地级市:沈阳、大连、朝阳、阜新、铁岭、抚顺、本溪、辽阳、鞍山、丹东、营口、盘锦、锦州、葫芦岛。

县级市:新民、瓦房店、普兰店、庄河、北票、凌源、调兵山、开原、灯塔、海城、凤城、东港、大石桥、盖州、凌海、北镇、兴城。

山东省代做银行流水账单

地级市:济南、青岛、聊城、德州、东营、淄博、潍坊、烟台、威海、日照、临沂、枣庄、济宁、泰安、莱芜、滨州、菏泽。

县级市:即墨、平度、胶州、莱西、临清、乐陵、禹城、安丘、昌邑、高密、青州、诸城、寿光、栖霞、海阳、龙口、莱阳、莱州、蓬莱、招远、荣成、乳山、滕州、曲阜、邹城、新泰、肥城。

黑龙江省代做银行流水账单

地级市:哈尔滨、齐齐哈尔、牡丹江、佳木斯、七台河、大庆、黑河、伊春、鹤岗、双鸭山、鸡西、绥化、双鸭山。

县级市:绥芬河、抚远、尚志、五常、讷河、北安、五大连池、铁力、同江、富锦、虎林、海林、密山、宁安、安达、肇东、海伦、穆棱。

河南省代做银行流水账单

地级市:郑州、开封、洛阳、平顶山、安阳、鹤壁、新乡、焦作、濮阳、许昌、漯河、三门峡、南阳、商丘、周口、驻马店、信阳。

省直辖县级市:济源、巩义、邓州、永城、汝州。[5]

县级市:荥阳、新郑、登封、新密、偃师、舞钢、孟州、沁阳、卫辉、辉县、林州、禹州、长葛、义马、灵宝、项城。

陕西省代做银行流水账单

地级市:西安、宝鸡、延安、铜川、渭南、咸阳、汉中、榆林、商洛、安康。

县级市:韩城、华阴、兴平。

山西省代做银行流水账单

地级市:太原、大同、朔州、阳泉、长治、晋城、忻州、吕梁、晋中、临汾、运城。

县级市:古交、潞城、高平、原平、孝义、汾阳、介休、侯马、霍州、永济、河津。

四川省代做银行流水账单

地级市:成都、广元、绵阳、德阳、南充、广安、遂宁、内江、乐山、自贡、泸州、宜宾、攀枝花、巴中、达州、资阳、眉山、雅安。

县级市:崇州、邛崃、都江堰、彭州、江油、什邡、广汉、绵竹、阆中、华蓥、峨眉山、万源、简阳、西昌、康定。

云南省代做银行流水账单

地级市:昆明、曲靖、玉溪、丽江、昭通、普洱、临沧、保山。

县级市:安宁、宣威、弥勒、芒市、瑞丽、大理、楚雄、蒙自、个旧、开远、文山、香格里拉、景洪、 腾冲。

浙江省代做银行流水账单

地级市:杭州、宁波、湖州、嘉兴、舟山、绍兴、衢州、金华、台州、温州、丽水。

县级市:建德、慈溪、余姚、奉化、平湖、海宁、桐乡、诸暨、嵊州、江山、兰溪、永康、义乌、东阳、临海、温岭、瑞安、乐清、龙泉。

青海省代做银行流水账单

地级市:西宁、海东。

县级市:格尔木、德令哈、玉树。

海南省代做银行流水账单

地级市:海口、三亚、三沙、儋州。

省直辖县级市:文昌、琼海、万宁、东方、五指山。

台湾省代做银行流水账单

台湾当局直辖市:台北市、新北市、台中市、台南市、高雄市、桃园市。

省辖市:基隆市、新竹市、嘉义市。

县辖市:代做银行流水账单

(新竹县)竹北市。

(苗栗县)苗栗市。

(彰化县)彰化市。

(南投县)南投市。

(云林县)斗六市。

(嘉义县)太保市、朴子市。

(屏东县)屏东市。

(宜兰县)宜兰市。

(花莲县)花莲市。

(台东县)台东市。

(澎湖县)马公市。

【自治区】代做银行流水账单

广西壮族自治区

地级市:南宁、桂林、柳州、梧州、贵港、玉林、钦州、北海、防城港、崇左、百色、河池、来宾、贺州。

县级市:靖西、岑溪、桂平、北流、东兴、凭祥、荔浦、合山

内蒙古自治区代做银行流水账单

地级市:呼和浩特、包头、乌海、赤峰、呼伦贝尔、通辽、乌兰察布、鄂尔多斯、巴彦淖尔。

县级市:满洲里、扎兰屯、牙克石、根河、额尔古纳、乌兰浩特、阿尔山、霍林郭勒、锡林浩特、二连浩特、丰镇。

宁夏回族自治区代做银行流水账单

地级市:银川、石嘴山、吴忠、中卫、固原。

县级市:灵武、青铜峡。

西藏自治区代做银行流水账单

地级市:拉萨、日喀则、昌都、林芝、山南。

新疆维吾尔自治区代做银行流水账单

地级市:乌鲁木齐、克拉玛依、吐鲁番、哈密。

自治区直辖县级市:石河子(八师)、五家渠(六师)、阿拉尔(一师)、图木舒克(三师)、北屯(十师)、铁门关(二师)、双河(五师)、可克达拉(四师)、昆玉(十四师)

县级市:喀什、阿克苏、和田、阿图什、博乐、昌吉、阜康、库尔勒、伊宁、奎屯、塔城、乌苏、阿勒泰、阿拉山口、霍尔果斯。

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Probably the most exciting project in the world of Oil & Gas. The platform will be the largest ship ever built


Introduction

  • Angola has become the largest crude oil producing country in Africa, surpassing Nigeria in 2009 due to attacks on the oil infrastructure in the Niger Delta. Oil plays an important role in the Angolan economy, accounting for over 90 percent of export revenues and over 80 percent of GDP.
  • Despite crude oil production limitations imposed by OPEC, Angola is expected to increase oil production and capacity in the short-term as new offshore projects come online and foreign investment continues to flow into the sector.
  • Natural gas production in Angola is tied directly to oil production and is often vented or flared, with limited volumes consumed domestically. Plans are underway to capture and market this natural gas for domestic electricity generation and to export most of it in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by 2012.

Regulation

  • The sector is regulated by the 2004 Petroleum Act. This law aims to establish the rules of access and performance of petroleum operations in the areas of available surface and submerged the national territory, internal waters, territorial sea, exclusive economic zone and continental shelf.
  • Sonangol has the exclusive rights to oil and gas exploration and production in Angola - both onshore and offshore. The process of negotiating and granting oil concessions, as well as aftermath control, is the responsibility of Sonangol Holding.

Upstream

  • Oil production in Angola is concentrated in numerous offshore blocks. The offshore blocks are divided into three bands; shallow water blocks 0-13 (band A); deepwater blocks 14-30 (band B); and ultra-deepwater blocks 31-40 (band C). Additional blocks are now being designated in the ultra-deepwater offshore lower Congo Basin (click here to view Sonangol’s concession map).
  • Despite the expense of developing the deepwater and ultra-deepwater fields, Angolan oil production has grown rapidly over the past decade and will continue to do so in the short-term. Major existing and future developments are summarized below.
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  • A Statoil Platform in Angola

Onshore

  • Onshore exploration and production activities have mainly focused around the Cabinda province and were halted during Angola’s civil war. The Cabinda province is home to separatist movements demanding access to oil revenues and greater participation in oil policy.
  • While the government has appointed members to political positions, and security has improved, clashes still occur between the military and rebels in the area. Some existing wells that were drilled prior to the war and the neighboring Block Zero have proven to be extremely successful (see below).

Offshore

  • Photo: BP Offshore Drilling Rig
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  • Block Zero: Block Zero is located offshore Cabinda province and is divided into two separate areas with 21 fields. Cabinda Gulf Oil Company (CABGOC), a Chevron subsidiary and operator of Block Zero since 1955, has a 39.2 percent share in the JV. Other partners include Total and Eni.
  • According to Chevron, Block Zero accounted for approximately 340,000 bbl/d of production in 2008. Additional production is expected from the Block as drilling and exploration activities continue.
  • In July 2009, Chevron also announced that the Mafumeira Oil and Gas Field was underway and the first field was to reach peak production of 30,000 bbl/d by 2011.
  • Block 14: In addition to Block Zero, CABGOC is the operator of neighboring deepwater Block 14 (also offshore Cabinda) with 31 percent interest and is joined by partners Eni, Sonangol, Total and Petrogal. A total of 11 discoveries have been made on the block with Kuito Oil Field being the first in 1997.
  • Production in Block 14 centers around the Benguela, Belize, Lobito, and Tomboco BBLT Oil Fields which reached its 200,000 bbl/d peak in 2008; the recently started up Tombua-Landana Oil Field which is expected to peak in late 2010 at 100,000 bbl/d; and the Kuito field which has been in decline from its 2000 peak of 80,000 bbl/d. As with Block Zero, further exploration is underway.
  • Block 15: ExxonMobil is operator of Block 15, the largest producing deepwater block in Angola along with partners BP, Eni and StatoilHydro. Block 15 is located in the Congo Basin and has estimated recoverable hydrocarbon reserves of 4.5 billion bbl, and at peak production, Block 15 is expected to exceed 800,000 bbl/d.
  • In 2003, ExxonMobil brought online Xikomba Oil Field, with estimated recoverable reserves of 100 million bbl. Production from Xikomba is currently below 20,000 bbl/d. In August 2004, the first of the Kizomba developments, four floating, production, storage and offloading (FPSO) facilities were brought online:
  • The Kizomba-A project, which includes the Chocalho and Hungo fields, was the first of the Kizomba projects started in 2004 and peaked at 250,000 bbl/d. Phase 2 of this project started up in 2007 with the Marimba North field adding a further 40,000 bbl/d.
  • The Kizomba-B project, brought online in 2005 includes the Dikanza and Kissanje fields. Kizomba-B contains an estimated one billion bbl of recoverable oil reserves peak production was an estimated 250,000 bbl/d.
  • The Kizomba-C project, consists of the Batuque, Mondo and Saxi fields. Production at the Mondo field came onstream in January of 2008 and the Saxi-Batuque Oil Field came onstream in mid- 2008 with a combined peak of 200,000 bbl/d.
  • The Kizomba-D fields are expected onstream after 2011 with a peak production capacity of 120,000 bbl/d. There is potential for added production from surrounding satellite fields expected onstream after 2010 that could produce an additional 125,000 bbl/d.
  • Block 17: Total operates Block 17 with a 40 percent share, while Sonangol is the concession holder. Other shareholders include ExxonMobil, BP, and StatoilHydro. According to BP, the block is producing around 250,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Field production started in December 2001 with the startup of the Girassol Oil Field and production has since been maintained by the startup of Jasimin (2003), Dalia Oil Field (2006) and Rosa Oil Field (2007)
  • Future projects on Block 17 include Pazflor Oil Field and CLOV Oil and Gas Fields, which will produce an estimated 200,000 bbl/d and 150,000 bbl/d, respectively, starting in 2011. In 2009, Total also announced a new discovery, Gardenia-1 that confirmed the companies plans to expand activities in the block.
  • Block 18: The Greater Plutonio Oil Field in Block 18 (BP operated) came online in October of 2007 at 100,000 bbl/d. The development consists of five fields: Plutonio, Galio, Paladio, Cromio and Cobalto and is currently producing just under 200,000 bbl/d.

Active Companies

  • In 1976, the Angolan government created a national oil company (NOC) called the Sociedade Nacional de Combustiveis de Angola (Sonangol).
  • In 1978, Sonangol became the sole concessionaire for oil and gas exploration and production in Angola. Sonangol works with foreign companies through joint ventures (JVs) and production sharing agreements (PSAs), while funding its share of production through oil-backed borrowing.
  • In recent years, Sonangol has become more active in both upstream and downstream operations. Major international oil companies (IOCs) operating in Angola include BP, Chevron, Total, ExxonMobil and Eni.
  • China’s Sinopec and CNOOC are among the newer international companies operating in Angola and are proving to be important players in terms of development aid, oil backed loans and trade.
  • Maersk Oil entered Angola in June 2005, when it acquired a 50% interest and operatorship of Block 16. In November 2006, it acquired a 50% interest and operatorship of Blocks 8 and 23 with Svenska Petroleum Exploration (30%) and Sonangol (20%). Maersk Oil made the Chissonga discovery on Block 16 in 2009 and drilled two further appraisal wells in 2010 and 2011.
  • Sonangol has a list of active companies here

Crude Oils

Midstream

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

  • Chevron and Sonangol together with other shareholders including Total, BP and Eni are building a five-million-ton LNG plant near Soyo in northern Angola. The plant is expected to be operational by 2012. See Angola Soyo Lng Terminal

Downstream

  • Domestic oil consumption in 2009 was approximately 65,000 bbl/d. The country’s one refinery in Luanda, Fina Petroleos de Angola – a JV between Sonangol Total and private investors – has a crude oil processing capacity of 39,000 bbl/d.
  • See Luanda Refinery
  • The remaining demand is met by imports of gasoline, jet fuel, kerosene, distillate fuel oil, and other products.
  • Angola is developing plans for a new 200,000 bbl/d refinery, SonaRef, in the coastal city of Lobito. The project was initially to be built in partnership with Sinopec but the Chinese company withdrew as a result of disagreements regarding the market for products. Sonangol is now proceeding with the SonaRef project but the project completion date is now slated for 2014-2015.
  • The new refinery will be able to process heavy crudes, such as those found in the Kuito and Dalia fields.
  • In the interim, the expected demand increases will continue to be met by product imports
  • See Lobito Refinery Project

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