South Sudan says Sudan tried to build “illegal” oil pipeline

South Sudan accused Sudan of trying to build an "illegal" 25-km oil pipeline crossing the border towards the South's oil fields, a day after talks to resolve a damaging oil dispute between the two sides were postponed.

Sudan to attract Saudi investments in oil and gas sectors

A top official at the consulate general of Sudan in Jeddah said yesterday that a number of Saudi businessmen are intending to invest more than $1 billion in the Sudanese oil and gas. He expected that Sudan would star ...

Sudan lowers oil transit fee demand

Sudan has lowered its oil transit fees demand to $32.20 a barrel in a bid to resolve a row that has shut in South Sudan's output, Sudan's oil minister said on Tuesday, but the two sides remained far apart as talks co ...

South Sudan Accuses Sudan of Bombing Oil Fields

Newly independent South Sudan says that its former civil war foe Sudan has bombed its oil fields. The new nation recently shut down oil production on which both countries are financially reliant, in a dispute over oi ...

Sudan says to release ships seized from S.Sudan

Sudan said on Saturday it would free tankers carrying cargoes of South Sudanese crude it had seized earlier this month, in a push to defuse a row over transit fees between former civil war foes that both depend on oi ...

Sudan and South Sudan leaders bid to defuse oil dispute

The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan are meeting in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa to discuss a deepening crisis over sharing their oil wealth

S.Sudan says Sudan seized oil worth $815 million

South Sudan President Salva Kiir accused Sudan on Monday of seizing $815 million worth of its crude oil in a row over how to share oil revenues between the former civil war foes.

North confiscates South Sudan oil

Sudan said it has started confiscating some oil exports from South Sudan it believes it is owed to meet unpaid transit fees but will not shut down a pipeline carrying the southern state's oil.

Sudan Asks Egypt for Gas

Khartoum has made a formal request to Egypt to supply Sudan with natural gas, affirming that Cairo pledged to study the request and respond accordingly, according to Minister of Electricity and Dams, Osama Abdullah.

South Sudan to link to Kenya oil pipeline

South Sudan plans to build a link to a pipeline in Kenya to export its oil after breaking away from the north, a minister said on Wednesday.

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