Wildcat Petroleum announces: The oil sector in Sudan was not affected by the war, but rather its exports doubled

Sudan Events – Talal Mudathir

Wildcat Petroleum, a company specialized in oil and gas exploration, production and distribution services based in the United Kingdom, said that the oil sector in Sudan has not been largely affected by the ongoing war between the Sudanese army and the rebel Rapid Support militia since the fifteenth of last April.

The international company operating in the oil field in Sudan went on to say in press statements to “Energy-Pedia”: The was not affected.. The amount of oil pumped by South Sudan through the Sudanese pipeline to Port Sudan has doubled since the conflict began on April 15,” and went on to add, ” We are cooperating fully with the Ministry of Energy and Oil in Sudan in order to begin managing oil production in the “Bamboo Field” south of Heglig in Blocks 1, 3, 4 and 5, for which a memorandum of understanding was signed before the expected period that the final contract will be signed by the end of this year.

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