South Sudan: Full oil production could take 1 year
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudan says it will take up to a year to restart oil production in some of its oil fields because of damage done by Sudanese forces during military clashes in April.
Assessments are being conducted by teams from the ministry and oil operators in the country to determine exactly how long it will take to resume pumping oil, South Sudanese Minister of Petroleum and Mining Stephen Dhieu Dau said. All of South Sudan's oil is produced in Unity and Upper Nile states along the border.
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