November 18, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan has rescheduled plans to resume oil production and exports out of neighbouring Sudan, in order to reach an understanding with Khartoum over security issues, the head of the state-owned Nile Petroleum Corporation (NilePet), Paul Adong, said Sunday.
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir declared on 14 November that his country’s oil production will be restarted this week, nearly a year after suspending exports through Sudan over a dispute with Khartoum on (...)
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