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October 16, 2017South Sudan First Energy Event Attracts 400 Delegates
The event attracted CNPC, Petronas and Tullow Oil and ministerial delegations.
August 31, 2017China National Petroleum Corporation
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) is a Chinese state-owned oil and gas corporation and the largest integrated energy company in China. The firm has proven reserves of 3.7 billion barrels of oil equivalent and has 30 international exploration and production projects. In South Sudan CNPC holds stakes in the upstream consortia DPOC and GPOC.
SPOC and GPOC
Greater Pioneer Operating Company is the descendent of the Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company, which operates in the oil rich border area with Sudan. The joint venture was created to handle investment in Block 1A and Block 1B, which contain the Unity Field. The GPOC consortium consists of CNPC (40 percent), Petronas (30 percent), ONGC […]
August 29, 2017Global Oil Firms Back First South Sudan Energy Event
South Sudan Oil & Power 2017 takes place on October 11-12 at the UAP Equatoria Tower in Juba.
July 13, 2017China Makes Inroads into African Energy
China is playing a pivotal role in the rapid development of much-needed infrastructure in Africa.
May 12, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top stories: Ophir to borrow $1.2 billion for Fortuna FLNG; BP makes major gas find offshore Senegal
March 10, 2017The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Top stories: Angola project on stream, Exxon takes stake in Moz., SacOil moves downstream
February 1, 2017From Adversity, S. Sudan Aims High
South Sudan has a troubled history, but the government now plans to more than double production.
November 25, 2016The Buzz: This Week in Africa
Exxon drills Liberia, Mozambique LNG project close to FID and oil prices rise: AOP’s top five stories from the last week.