WNPOC

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WNPOCWhite Nile Petroleum Operating Company (Sudan)
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Faruok Gatkuoth is the deputy chairman of WNPOC said, "We cannot stand a loop as a company operating in South Sudan seeing the people of South Sudan celebrating the creation of new nation, we said no we can't stand hand tided, we must be also seeing celebrating together with people of south Sudan that is the main idea, and the main dream that we have as WNPOC, we are very happy today that we have transformed this in to reality".
(WNPOC), for Block 5-A in the south, now producing 20,000 b/d of the Nile Blend.
Sudan's oil minister, Al-Zubair Ahmed Al-Hassan, said today following the meeting that the NPC agreed to replace the Sudanese White Nile Petroleum Operating Company (WNPOC) by the Moldavian oil company Ascom in block 5B located in the Southern Muglad Basin.
(WNPOC) for development of Thar Jath and Mala oilfields on Block 5-A in the Muglad Basin - the main oil area in Sudan.
WNPOC is a consortium of Petronas (68.875%, operator), ONGC (23.125%) and Sudapet (8%).
Now ownership in this JV is to change as WNPOC has accepted an order by the NPC to give 10% to the Southern Sudan Oil Co.
The other part of the block is operated by the consortium WNPOC (White Nile Petroleum Operating Company) led by Petronas and including India's ONGC Videsh, Sudan's state-owned Sudapet and Nilepet and Sweden's Lundin Petroleum.
(WNPOC) for development of the Thar Jath and Mala oilfields on Block 5-A.
WNPOC is a consortium of Petronas (68.875% and operator), ONGC (23.125%) and Sudapet (8%).
(WNPOC), for Block 5-A in the south, now only producing 20,000 b/d of the Nile Blend.
The operator of Block 5B is White Nile (5B) Petroleum Operating Company (WNPOC) a joint venture between Sudapet Ltd and Petronas.
The other part of the block is operated by the consortium WNPOC (White Nile Petroleum Operating Company) led by Petronas and including India's ONGC Videsh , Sudan's state-owned Sudapet and Nilepet and Sweden's Lundin Petroleum .