Sudan To Miss 2012 Oil Production Target
Despite having managed to restore its oil production to levels seen before April’s clashes in the oil-producing region of Heglig, Sudan has admitted defeat in its efforts to raise output to 180,000 b/d by year end.
Speaking at an oil and gas conference in New Delhi, Sudan’s Minister of Petroleum, ‘Awad Ahmad al-Jaz, said the country was currently producing around 120,000 b/d – close to what it was...
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