Total in the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville)

08/22/2017
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We have been present in the Republic of the Congo since 1968. We are the country’s leading exploration and production operator and second-biggest petroleum product retailer.

We are also involved in many community outreach programs for people living near our facilities, as well as various education, health and training initiatives.

Figures

1968
the year we first began operating in the country
50
the approximate number of our service stations in the country
840
the approximate size of our workforce in the country

Our businesses in the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville)

  • Exploration & Production
    Exploration & Production
    Exploration & Production
  • Marketing & Services
    Marketing & Services
    Marketing & Services
  • Refining & Chemicals
    Refining & Chemicals
    Refining & Chemicals

Since 1968, Total has drilled half of the Republic of the Congo’s exploration wells, brought on stream 16 fields and discovered around 65% of the country’s reserves.

We currently operate several offshore fields that are in production, including:
- Kombi-Likalala-Libondo (65%)
- Moho-Bilondo (53.5%)
- Nkossa and Nsoko (53.5%)
- Sendji and Yanga (55.25%)

We also have interests in the Loango field (42.5%) and the Zatchi field (29.75%), both in production, and a 26.75% interest in the Lianzi field in Block 14K in a unitized offshore zone (Joint Development Zone) between the Republic of the Congo and Angola.

We hold stakes in several exploration licenses, and in particular operate the Haute Mer B license with a 34.6% interest.

Lastly, we operate and own a 63% interest in Djeno, the country’s sole oil terminal.

We have a network of around 50 service stations in the Republic of the Congo.

We also market petroleum products including additive-enhanced fuels.

Lastly, we have a 25% interest in Congolese logistics company Société Commune de Logistique (SCLOG), which is specialized in storing and transporting petroleum products.

We supply the Pointe-Noire refinery with about 50% of its oil requirements.

We use third parties to market polymers, some of which are sourced from our South Korean joint venture.

  • Trading & Shipping
    Trading & Shipping
    Trading & Shipping

We market Congolese crude oil.

  • Exploration & Production
    Exploration & Production
    Exploration & Production
  • Marketing & Services
    Marketing & Services
    Marketing & Services

Since 1968, Total has drilled half of the Republic of the Congo’s exploration wells, brought on stream 16 fields and discovered around 65% of the country’s reserves.

We currently operate several offshore fields that are in production, including:
- Kombi-Likalala-Libondo (65%)
- Moho-Bilondo (53.5%)
- Nkossa and Nsoko (53.5%)
- Sendji and Yanga (55.25%)

We also have interests in the Loango field (42.5%) and the Zatchi field (29.75%), both in production, and a 26.75% interest in the Lianzi field in Block 14K in a unitized offshore zone (Joint Development Zone) between the Republic of the Congo and Angola.

We hold stakes in several exploration licenses, and in particular operate the Haute Mer B license with a 34.6% interest.

Lastly, we operate and own a 63% interest in Djeno, the country’s sole oil terminal.

We have a network of around 50 service stations in the Republic of the Congo.

We also market petroleum products including additive-enhanced fuels.

Lastly, we have a 25% interest in Congolese logistics company Société Commune de Logistique (SCLOG), which is specialized in storing and transporting petroleum products.

  • Refining & Chemicals
    Refining & Chemicals
    Refining & Chemicals
  • Trading & Shipping
    Trading & Shipping
    Trading & Shipping

We supply the Pointe-Noire refinery with about 50% of its oil requirements.

We use third parties to market polymers, some of which are sourced from our South Korean joint venture.

We market Congolese crude oil.

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