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S/Sudan to reform petroleum sector, seeks auditors

The government of South Sudan through the ministry of petroleum says it is commissioning an audit of national oil production and petroleum industry activities that will enhance efficiency and promote transparency in the country’s oil and gas sector.

The objectives of the audit as spelt out in an email to Energy Window International among others include, completing an accurate assessment of oil, condensate and gas reserves and production; reporting on revenue and investment flows; and making recommendations on the technical, fiscal and regulatory issues faced by petroleum industry actors.

The Ministry therefore invites companies to bid on a public tender to perform the audit and produce a 2017 audit report on the industry, a move the petroleum industry deems critical for a strong foundation of the country’s future and prosperity. Adding that the successful completion of the petroleum audit will be an important step towards EITI candidacy and membership.

Companies are invited to bid on the open tender up to July 14, 2017, and can receive the relevant bidding guidelines and documents by writing to Eng. Mohamed Lino Benjamin, Undersecretary, Ministry of Petroleum on  or call +211 956 666 935 / +211 912 366 661 and Mr. Steven Puoch Riek Deng, Executive Director, Office of the Minister, Ministry of Petroleum | | +211 950 800 039 / +211 922 555 344



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