There has been mounting speculation in recent weeks of the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) forming a transitional government in Port Sudan.
The prosecutor has proposed three different amounts in the past five years, Orrön said.
There has been some impact from the war, though, with the supply chain of trucks bringing equipment back to the oil wells having slowed.
“It has not been as easy as it used to be. We need to reach out to other countries like Kenya,” he said.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has denied the allegations that the Sarir facility is providing fuel for Sudan’s RSF. The company is not helping out either side in Sudan, it said.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the UK’s armed forces had come through with providing an additional evacuation site. HMS Lancaster and the RAF are providing support at Port Sudan.
Facing questions in Parliament, Mitchell said that France’s efforts to evacuate its people “they were shot at as they came out through the embassy gateway, and I understand that a member of their special forces is gravely ill”.
"Fighting hasn't stopped, so it remains a dangerous & risky operation. The Airport is closed & all routes are not risk free."
OilX had expected loadings to rise to 135,000 bpd in May, but “this is now at risk”, he said. “If the fighting continues and damages oil infrastructure then these are the volumes that would be at risk”.
These investors put $18.7 billion into renewables in 2022 and only $6.7bn into hydrocarbons.
Sudanese officials have visited Russia and discussed the opportunities for new oil investments in the North African state.
Ethiopia has begun generating power from its controversial Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).
The FSO Safer poses both a local environmental threat but also a major pitfall for shipping through the critical Red Sea and Suez Canal.
Swedish prosecutors have charged high-ranking executives at the Lundin Group over complicity in war crimes committed in Sudan.
A military coup is seemingly under way in Sudan, with security forces having detained Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and various ministers.
The US Department of the Treasury has imposed new financial sanctions on Iran’s oil industry.
Ethiopia has been forced to deny that it has begun filling the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) as a dispute with its Nile neighbours Sudan and Egypt simmers on.
Libya’s National Oil Corp. (NOC) has named the United Arab Emirates as being behind the order to stop production in the North African country.
Norway’s Noroil has signed up to work on Block 17, in West Kordofan, according to the Sudanese Ministry of Energy and Mining.
Gunfire broke out in Khartoum today as former intelligence officers took to the streets to protest the loss of their jobs.
Pressure is mounting on the US to reconsider sanctions on Sudan, where the former president was driven from office in April.
Sudan has undergone a tumultuous 10 years, from the loss of much of its oil production with the breaking away of South Sudan, to the recent and dramatic change of government.
TGS and Schlumberger’s WesternGeco are close to finishing 3D seismic reimaging on Egypt’s Red Sea, as a licence round comes to a close in the area. The two companies said the work would cover data from three seismic surveys, covering 3,600 square km, which were acquired between 1999 and 2008.
India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp's (ONGC) is suing Sudan in a London court, a news report said.