South Sudan Agrees to Restart Oil Production After Border Deal

- March 12th, 2013

Reuters reported that South Sudan said it will restart oil production within 3 weeks after the deal to resolve border disputes is completed.

Reuters reported that South Sudan said it will restart oil production within 3 weeks after the deal to resolve border disputes is completed.

As quoted in the market news:

Landlocked South Sudan shut down its 350,000 barrel-per-day crude output in January last year in a row with Sudan over how much it should pay to send the oil through Sudanese pipelines to the Red Sea.

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