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The Sudanese struggle for stability: long-term energy security hinges on deeper bilateral political progress

Abstract:

The fledgling nation of South Sudan has had a tough first year, confronting head-on the realities of its geopolitical and economic reliance on its northern neighbour, Sudan, for access to international oil markets. South Sudan shut down oil production in January, following a dispute over tariff payments to Khartoum. September’s peace agreement brokered in Addis Ababa has, on the face of it, laid the groundwork for a resumption of oil production and exports from the south. But traditional lift...

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Peer reviewed
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Publisher:
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Journal:
Oxford Energy Forum Journal website
Volume:
90
Pages:
23-25
Publication date:
2012-11-05
ISSN:
0959-7727
URN:
uuid:864a1626-53e8-4365-983e-5c1092ddb91d
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ora:11163
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English
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