Sudan Targeting 150,000 B/D Output By Year End
Since losing around three-quarters of its near 450,000 b/d former oil output to the South in 2011, Sudan has been pushing hard to raise its oil production and refining capacity.
In December last year, Sudan announced the start-up of two new oil fields in the country’s south, increasing total production by around 22,000 b/d. Officially this was announced to have hiked the country’s output...
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