Alliancedating prospect

Posted by / 12-Sep-2019 16:42

Alliancedating prospect

The report also covers the SPLM/A's role in the struggle over oilfields.The regular SPLM/A forces have carried out serious human rights abuses, including summary execution of captured combatants.This report investigates the role that oil has played in Sudan's civil war.

Lam Akol claimed the name after the Riek Machar forces in 1994 took the name South Sudan Independence Movement/Army (SSIM/A).The report provides evidence of the complicity of oil companies in the human rights abuses.Oil company executives turned a blind eye to well-reported government attacks on civilian targets, including aerial bombing of hospitals, churches, relief operations and schools.Sudan People's Defense Forces/Democratic Front (SPDF): January 2000-January 2002 or when the merger with the SPLM/A was complete, the rebel group formed from most SSDF forces, based in Upper Nile.Some pro-government militia forces (later known as "armed groups"): South Sudan Unity Movement/Army (SSUM/A): formed in early 1998 by Maj Gen.

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Blocks 1, 2, and 4: Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company (GNPOC) owns the concession to explore and develop these blocks, the 1,540 kilometer pipeline to the Red Sea, and the port at Masra El Bashair, the last two built and completed by GNPOC in 1999. of Canada (25 percent, from 1998 until 2002, when it sold its interest to ONGC Videsh Ltd.); China National Petroleum Company (CNPC) (40 percent since 1996), Petronas Nasional Berhad of Malaysia (Petronas) (30 percent since 1996), and Sudan's state-owned Sudapet Limited (5 percent since 1996).