Posts Tagged ‘sudanese’

South Sudan tells explorers to restart output

by Forex Rooton October 18, 2012 3:24 pm BST
Oil minister Stephen Dhieu Dau said on Thursday that "foreign oil companies ... are hereby ordered and instructed forthwith to recommence and re-establish the production of crude oil and all petroleum operations within the producing blocks 1,2,4,3,7 and 5a," Reuters reported.The minister added he expected exports to reappear on

Sudans reach partial pact in oil dispute

by on September 27, 2012 9:38 am BST
However, President Omar Al Bashir of Sudan and President Salva Kiir of South Sudan failed to agree on a mechanism to resolve disputes over contested areas, particularly the oil-rich Abyei region that is claimed by both sides, Sudanese government spokesman Rabie Abdelaty told Dow Jones Newswires.“The agreement on

South Sudan eyes 300,000 bpd output

by on September 12, 2012 3:54 pm BST
Ministry of Petroleum and Mining Undersecretary Macar Aciek Ader warned some production will not resume until mid-2013 because of damage caused during its border dispute with Sudan, according to Reuters."For northern Upper Nile, it may not take long because according to the information we got from the field, not

South Sudan facing wait for resumed oil exports

by Forex Rooton August 21, 2012 2:52 pm BST
The newly-independent nation’s deputy finance minister Marial Awou Yol told reporters in Juba that Dar Blend oil would not resume pumping until December and Nile Blend oil until June 2013, according to Reuters.Earlier this month, South Sudanese lead negotiator at the talks Pagan Amum had suggested Dar Blend output