Darfur peace talks Abuja May 2006Je suis dernièrement tombé sur un article qui révèle que le chef d’une faction du Mouvement de libération du Soudan (un des plus grands groupes opposés à Khartoum), Abdulwahid Mohamed Nour, est hébergé par la France et dirige son mouvement depuis Paris!

Voici les billets précédent à propos du Canada et de la France au Soudan: 1 2 3 4 5 6

J’ai aussi trouvé un site internet fort intéressant (http://www.ecosonline.org/) où on peut trouver l’info sur les compagnies opérant au Soudan:

 

Companies (click on the link for additional info)

  • Consortia
    • Al Qahtani & Others (block 12A)
      Shareholders are:

      • 33% Al Qahtani
      • 20% Ansan
      • 20% Sudapet
      • 15% Dindir
      • 7% Hi Tech
      • 5% A.A. In.
    • Ansan (block 17)
      Shareholders are:

      • 66% Ansan Wikfs
      • 34% Sudapet
    • CNPCIS (block 6)
      Shareholders are:

      • 95% CNPC
      • 5% Sudapet
    • Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company (GNPOC) (block 1,2 and 4)
      Joint operating company, owned by:

      • 40% CNPC International (Nile) Ltd. , (CINL), a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corporation

      • 30% PETRONAS Carigali Nile Ltd. , (PCNL), a subsidiary of PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD (Petronas)

      • 25% ONGC Nile Ganga BV, (ONGBV), a subsidiary of ONGC Videsh Limited

      • 5% Sudapet Ltd. (Sudapet)
    • Petro Sa (block 14)
      Joint operating company, owned by:

      • 80% Petro SA
      • 20% Sudapet
    • SudaPak I (block 9 and 11)
      Joint operating company, owned by:

      • 85% Zafir Petroleum
      • 15% Sudapet
    • SudaPak II (block A)
      Shareholders are:

      • 83% Zafir
      • 17% Sudapet
    • Total (block B)
      Joint operating company, owned by:

      • 32,5% Total
      • 32,5% Marathon
      • 25% Kufpec
      • 10% Sudapet
  • National companies

    • Hegleig (Sudan)
      Holds:

      • 8% of block C (Operated by APCO)
    • Hi Tech Petroleum Group (Sudan)
      Holds:

      • 60% of block C (Operated by APCO)
      • 8% of bloc 8 (Operated by WNPOC-3)
      • 7% of block 12A (Operatted by Qahtani & Others)
      • 5% of block 15 (Operated by Petronas)
    • Sudan Petroleum Company (Sudapet) (Sudan)
      Holds:

      • 34% of block 17 (Operated by Ansan)
      • 20% of block 12A (Operated by Qahtani & Others)
      • 20% of block 14 (Operated by PetroSa)
      • 17% of block A (Operated by Sudapak II)
      • 17% of block C (Operated by APCO)
      • 15% of block 8 (Operated by WNPOC-3)
      • 15% of block 9 and 11 (Operated by Sudapak I)
      • 15% of block 15 (Operated by Petronas)
      • 10% of block B (Operated by Total)
      • 13% of block 5B (Operated by WNPOC-2)
      • 8% of block 3 and 7 (Operated by PDOC)
      • 7% of block 5A (Operated by WNPOC-1)
      • 5% of block 1, 2 and 4 (Operated by GNPOC)
      • 5% of block 6 (Operated by CNPCIS)
  • International companies

    • Al Qahtani (Saudi Arabia)
      Holds:

      • 33% of block 12A (Operated by Al Qahtani & Others)
    • China National Petroleum Company (CNPC) (China)
      Holds:

      • 95% of block 6 (Operated by CNPCIS)
      • 41% of block 3 and 7 (Operated by PDOC)
      • 40% of block 1, 2 and 4 (Operated by GNPOC)
      • 35% of Block 15 (Operated by Petronas)
    • Ansan (Yemen)
      Holds:

      • 66% of block 17 (Operated by Ansan)
      • 20% of block 12A (Operated by Al Qahtani & Others)
    • Dindir Group Holds:
      • 12% of block 12A (Operated by Al Qahtani & Others)
    • Lundin Petroleum (Sweden/Switzerland)
      Holds:

      • 24,5% of block 5B (Operated by WNPOC-2)
    • ONGC Videsh Ltd (India)
      Holds:

      • 25% of block 1, 2 and 4 (Operated by GNPOC)
      • 24,125% of block 5A (Operated by WNPOC-1)
      • 23,5% of block 5B (Operated by WNPOC-2)
    • Petronas (Malaysia)
      Holds:

      • 77% of block 8 (Operated by WNPOC-3)
      • 68, 875% of block 5A (Operated by WNPOC-1)
      • 39% of block 5B (Operated by WNPOC-2)
      • 40% of block 3 and 7 (Operated by PDOC)
      • 35% of block 15 (Operated by Petronas)
      • 30% of block 1, 2 and 4 (Operated by GNPOC)
    • PetroSA (South Africa)
      Holds:

      • 80% of block 14
    • Sinopec (China)
      Holds:

      • 6% of block 3 and 7 ( Petrodar)
    • Total (France/Belgium)
      Holds:

      • 32,5% of block B (Operated by Total)