Report summaryThe oil sector in Sudan is dominated by Asian NOCs due to US sanctions and high reputational risks for companies with shareholders. The government is keen to grow the oil sector after South Sudanese independence in 2011, meaning a stable fiscal and regulatory environment. A long-standing rebel movement in the oil-producing area presents high risk of attack on oil assets, including the kidnapping of oil workers. Commercialisation risks are low due to the presence of necessary infrastructure.
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- Sudan risk profile PDF - 770.39 KB 15 Pages, 3 Tables, 6 Figures
- Research methodology country and asset risk.pdf PDF - 251.22 KB