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October 19, 2017Presentation – Sudd Petroleum Operating Company
Download the presentation from SPOC, delivered at South Sudan Oil & Power 2017.
July 5, 2017East Africa’s Petroleum Pioneer
The story of South Sudan’s petroleum industry is one of vast potential, held back by political upheaval and conflict over the past decades.
May 2, 2017Nile Petroleum Service Co.
Nile Petroleum Service Co. (NPSC) is a South Sudanese oil and gas services company based in Juba and established in 2011. Primarily focused on engineering, construction, maintenance, troubleshooting, testing and commissioning and tanks de-sanding, NPSC is a leader in South Sudan’s petroleum industry private sector, and also supplies oilfield equipment. NPSC has completed work with […]
October 2, 2017S. Sudan One of Last Remaining Frontiers
Petronas talks about why South Sudan is an attractive market, and what conditions need to be improved.
March 22, 2018Petronas Extends South Sudan EPSA, Unity Production to Resume
Petronas has extended its contract for South Sudan's Blocks 3/7 and will invest in production resumption.
February 21, 2018Advances on the Oilfield
South Sudan's Minister of Petroleum assures security and calls for investment in energy.
November 20, 2017SSOP 2017: Security & Stability Panel Highlights
An expert panel from South Sudan Oil & Power talks about the impact of security on oil operations.
October 19, 2017Download the Presentations from SSOP17
Find presentations from the inaugural South Sudan Oil Power 2017 conference held in Juba.
September 25, 2017SPOC Aims for Production Resumption
AOP talks to Sudd Petroleum Operating Company about the company's plans to restart production.
August 31, 2017SPOC 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 […]