The second civil war in Sudan (1983-2005) was one of the most devastating conflict areas during its time and caused the death of nearly two million people and displaced some ten million people. Because of the devastating war the United Nations set up Operation Lifeline Sudan, by far the largest humanitarian operation at the time. Many NGO’s and UN agencies worked in the conflict areas to support and aid civilians making Sudan’s civil war one of the best documented recent conflicts in Africa.
Under Reports you will find the main sources about the oil operations in Block 5A.
Click here for a comprehensive database with publicly available information about the Sudan’s oil sector.