South Sudan to Revive Crude Oil Operations
With 95 % of the economy relying on oil revenues, the country hopes to restart normal crude production to boost its economy devasted by civil war.
Oil storage facilities at Bentiu, Unity State, South Sudan.
South Sudan: First South Sudan Energy Summit Defies Insecurity
CAJ News, 17 October 2017
THE first energy and infrastructure conference in the war-torn South Sudan has exceeded expectations. It brought together 400 delegates including Vice President, James Wani Igga,… Read more »
East African, 17 October 2017
As South Sudan seeks investors in oil exploration following the mapping of several blocks, the country has said it will revoke the licences of firms that have failed to carry out… Read more »