Société Nationale des Pétroles du Congo
|Industry||oil and gas industry|
|Owner||Government of the Republic of the Congo|
|Subsidiaries||Congolaise de Raffinage|
Société nationale des pétroles du Congo (the National Petroleum Company of the Congo, SNPC) is a national oil company of the Republic of the Congo. The company was established in 1998 after the dissolution of the public company Hydro-Congo. The company manages government-owned shares of production from oil fields in the country. The company has stakes in Moho-Bilondo (15%), Nkossa (15%), M'Boundi (8.8%), Kitina (35%), Sendji (15%), Yanga (15%), Djambala (35%), Foukanda (35%), Mwafi (35%), Emeraude (49%), Yombo (44%), Tilapia (35%), Azurite (15%), and Turquoise Marine-1 (15%) fields. It owns the refinery company named Congolaise de Raffinage (CORAF).
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- "Murphy Strikes Black Gold at Turquoise Marine-1 Offshore Congo". Rigzone. 2009-07-17. Retrieved 2011-01-09.
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