About Us



DURALUB oil Refining and blending company covers the whole of the Angola and has quickly built up a reputation for the highest levels of service and unmatched reliability. Every service that we provide to a customer is consistent in quality, regardless of which service is required.

Every year, DURALUB returns more than 200 million gallons of used oil to the marketplace as clean, pure automotive, industrial, and marine oil and associated products. Our state-of-the-art processes allow us to fully realize oil’s amazing capacity to be recycled and reused indefinitely with quality equal or better than lubricants made from virgin crude. Oil re-refining reduces greenhouse gases and heavy metal emissions when compared to burning used oil as fuel. Re-refining is a better way to manage used oil. It is easier on the environment and transforms oil into a renewable resource.


DURALUB strives to build upon our history and experience in the industry to provide effective and environmentally conscious solutions that make a difference to our customers. At the heart of this is a dedication to service, safety and environmental and regulatory excellence.


Before we can appreciate innovative ways to reuse and recycle waste oil, we have to understand the damage it can cause to not only the environment, but to ourselves and our health. One litre of used oil can contaminate one million litres of water. That is enough water to fill half an Olympic sized swimming pool. DURALUB manages the environmentally acceptable collection, storage and processing of used lubricating oil in ANGOLA. Lubricating oils represent the largest amount of liquid, non-aqueous hazardous waste in the world. It is of primary importance that one meets the actual needs in human activity by using the necessary resources and raw materials, without compromising the reserves in the long term, the needs of future generations and the quality of the environment. We at Duralub are entirely integrating this philosophy of sustainable development in its daily business. To save valuable raw material by re-refining used oil and turning it into a valuable raw material for the lubricants market, the quality of which can be compared to that of virgin base oils.