February 9, 2013 (JUBA) - Construction of South Sudan’s oil pipeline, to by-pass reliance on neighbouring Sudan, will commence by October, the country’s petroleum and mining minister, Stephen Dhieu Dau, told Sudan Tribune in an exclusive interview on Saturday.
The government says it is engaged in a series of direct discussions with a number of donor countries to help provide funds for the construction of an alternative pipeline to resume production and transportation of its crude oil to (...)
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