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Sudan and South Sudan  Sudan Energy Profile  South Sudan Energy Profile

Sudan and South Sudan's Key Energy Statistics world rank
Total Primary Energy Production
2016
0.564
quadrillion Btu
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Total Primary Energy Consumption
2016
0.384
quadrillion Btu
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Total Petroleum and Other Liquids Production
2018
224
thousand barrels per day
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Exports of Crude Oil including Lease Condensate
2016
157
thousand barrels per day
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Crude Oil Proved Reserves
2018
5
billion barrels
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Map of Sudan and South Sudan
Map of Sudan and South Sudan

Analysis - Energy Sector Highlights

  • South Sudan was officially recognized as an independent nation state in July 2011 following a referendum held in January 2011. The South Sudanese voted overwhelmingly in favor of secession, which led to Sudan losing 75% of its oil reserves to South Sudan. Although South Sudan now controls a substantial number of the oil–producing fields, it is dependent on Sudan for transporting oil through its pipelines for processing and export. The transit and processing fees South Sudan must pay to Sudan to transport its crude oil are an important revenue stream for Sudan.[1]

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