Tripartite Agreement on South Sudan Oil
Delegations of Sudan, South Sudan and Djibouti have agreed to allow for the resumption of oil exports that were suspended last year.
The Ngamia 1 oil rig in Turkana where Tullow Oil is prospecting for oil with initial signs of huge deposits.
Sudan, South Sudan Agree to Start Oil Flow Within Two Weeks
Ethiopia Government, 12 March 2013
Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to order the resumption of the flow of southern oil exports through pipelines in Sudan within two weeks. The agreement came during the… Read more »
Sudans Agree to Resume Oil Exports
Sudan Tribune, 12 March 2013
The delegations of Sudan and South Sudan in the Ethiopian capital agreed on Tuesday to allow for the resumption of oil exports that were suspended last year for disagreement on the… Read more »
Sudan Rivals 'To Resume Pumping Oil'
Tunis Afrique Presse, 12 March 2013
Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to restart oil exports, setting a two-week deadline for resuming the process of sending oil from South Sudan through pipelines in Sudan. Read more »
The United States government expressed concern over delays in resumption of oil production, saying the move deprives the two Sudans of the revenue required to uplift their ... Read more »
The UN is calling for the immediate renewal of oil production in South Sudan, urging the country and Sudan to reach a permanent deal on oil and other financial agreements, to ... Read more »
China,the U.S. and Egypt have welcomed the oil agreement between Sudan and South Sudan in which the two States have agreed to divide their oil resources. Read more »
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