Sudan Hikes Capacity Despite Continuing Oil Deadlock
By Nader Itayim
Though still locked in negotiations with Juba over the resumption of Southern oil exports through the north, Sudan is aiming to boost its oil production capacity by around 22,000 b/d with the imminent start-up of two new oil fields.
Speaking to reporters on 29 December, Sudan’s Minister of Petroleum, ‘Awad Ahmad al-Jaz said the country had increased its oil producing...
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