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Sudan oil supply summary

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Report summary

South Sudan seceded from the rest of Sudan in 2011 and Sudanese production now comes from the Greater Nile Oil Project (GNOP) Block 6 and Block 17. Output in 2014 averaged around 135 000 b/d and is forecast to decline from 2015. A combination of reserves growth and other discoveries post 2020 and yet to find volumes post 2025 help to mitigate the pace of decline. Although slower post 2020 output is expected to decline to 70 000 b/d by 2035.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • Risks and uncertainties
    • Supply overview
    • Commercial developments
    • Reserves growth
    • Other discoveries
    • Yet-to-find
    • Refineries
    • Marketed crude streams
    • Crude quality outlook

Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

Images

  • Oil/NGL production outlook and global ranking
  • Risks to production
  • Overall oil/NGL production outlook to 2035*
  • Main oil/NGL infrastructure
  • Key crude streams and characteristics in 2015
  • Crude quality distribution

Tables

  • Key commercial fields
  • Key other discoveries
  • Main crude streams

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