Report summarySouth 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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