Bad weather off the coast of Angola has prevented the berthing of fuel vessels docking at Cabinda and Benguela ports, causing shortages at filling stations and power blackouts, state-energy company Sonangol said.
Sonangol said a lack of coordination between government agencies had also hampered fuel and electricity supplies.
OPEC-member Angola vies with Nigeria as Africa’s biggest crude oil exporter but has to import its fuel due to a lack of refining capacity.
(Reporting by Herculano Coroado; Writing by Nqobile Dludla; Editing by Joe Brock)
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