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ExxonMobil has interest in three deepwater blocks covering nearly 2 million gross acres in Angola. These blocks contain world-class development opportunities and have a gross recoverable resource potential of approximately 10 billion oil-equivalent barrels. Including production from the co-venture Block 17, our net production in Angola averaged 169 thousand barrels of oil per day in 2016.
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ExxonMobil partners with organizations to support the women farmers of Angola
ExxonMobil partners with ADPP and local government agencies to provide skills training and equipment to the women farmers of Angola.
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