South Sudan waits on Lamu pipeline as alternative to Sudan dependency

Issue 447 - 08 Oct 2021 - By James Gavin | 3 minute read

Given the Sudanese treasury’s dependence on the $25/bbl transit fee accrued from South Sudanese oil flows, the authorities in Khartoum will need to keep the eastern situation under control. That is even more the case as the Republic of South Sudan’s exports have disappointed in recent years, reducing the size of the revenue pie.

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