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Oil and gas companies in south Sudan
Oil Block Location Consortium Partner/Operator and Shareholding
Blocks 1, 2 and 4  South central Sudan Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company (GNPOC)i.e. Greater Nile Oil Project
  • China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) -40 percent
  • Petronas -30 percent
  • ONGC -25 percent and
  • Nilepe-5 percent
Blocks 3, 7  Northeast of South Sudan Petrodar consortium
  • CNPC- 41 percent
  • Petronas-40 percent
  • Nilepet-8 percent
  • Sinopec-6 percent
  • Tri-Ocean Energy of Kuwait-5 percent
Block 5A North-central South Sudan White Nile Petroleum Operating Company WNPOC-1 is a consortium ofPetronas, ONGC and Nilepet
  • Petronas-67.88 percent
  • ONGC 24.125 percent
  • Nilepet 7 percent
Block 5B Southeastern South Sudan WNPOC-2Petronas, Lundin, ONGC, Nilepet, and Government of South Sudan
Block B Central South Sudan Total leads a consortium that includes Kufpec, Nilepet, Government of South Sudan
  • Total-32.5 percent
  • Kufpec-27.5 percent
  • Nilepet-10 percent
  • Government of South Sudan- percent 10 and
  • 20 percent open

 

Block 6 Central South Sudan CNPC leads a consortium that includes Sudapet
  • CNPC-95 percent
  • Sudapet- 5 percent

 

Block 8 East South Sudan WNPOC-3 is a consortium of Petronas, Sudapet, and Hi Tech
  • Petronas -77 percent
  • Sudapet- 15 percent, and
  • Hi Tech- 8 percent

 

 

Other companies include the following

Blocks company Interests partners
Blocks 1, 2 and 4, Blocks 3 and 7, and Block 5A Petronas
  • GNPOC-30 percent,
  • Petrodar Operating Company-40 percent and
  • WNPOC-67.87 percent
(CNPC),ONGC, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation and Tri-Ocean Energy
Block 1/2/4, Block 3/7, Block 6, Block 15 China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
  • Petrodar -41 percent
  • Petronas -40 percent
  • Nilepet -8 percent
  • Sinopec -6percent and
  • Tri-Ocean Energy of Kuwait-5 percent

 

GNPOC, in which CNPC has a 40 percent share in partnership with Petronas (30 percent), ONGC (25 percent) and Nilepet (5 percent); and CNPCIS, in which CNPC has a 95% share in partnership with Nilepet (5%)