White Nile

Headquarters in Sudan

White Nile website  White Nile Petroleum Operating Company (WNPOC) is a joint venture between Petronas and Sudapet.

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27 November 2009

[DOC] Sudan: Sign of Hope responds to oil company’s reaction

Author: Sign of Hope

We appreciate the fact that WNPOC [White Nile (joint venture Petronas and Sudapet)] finally has decided to address the public concerning the contamination of drinking water in its area of operation. After having seen the first analysis of water...

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25 November 2009

Response by White Nile: German NGO says White Nile Petroleum Operating (joint venture Petronas, Sudapet) contaminating drinking water.

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24 November 2009

[DOC] White Nile Petroleum Operating Corporation response to Sign of Hope concerns over water contamination in Southern Sudan

Author: White Nile Petroleum Operating Corporation

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16 November 2009

German Rights Group Says Oil Company Spoiling Water in Southern Sudan

Author: Voice of America

A German human rights group reports an oil company in southern Sudan is contaminating drinking water...Vice chairman of the group, Klaus Stieglitz, estimated up to 300,000 southern Sudanese may be affected...The company has not responded to the Sign...

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1 November 2009
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1 November 2009

Sudan: German NGO says White Nile Petroleum Operating (joint venture Petronas, Sudapet) contaminating drinking water

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1 November 2009

WNPOC Refutes Allegations by Sign Of Hope Organization

Author: White Nile Petroleum Operating (joint venture Petronas, Sudapet)

The EIA [Environmental Impact Assessment] carried out for Block 5A reflected that the underground water in the Sudd Basin has a naturally high salinity. The salinity level of our Produced Water is much lower than that of the wells tested by Sign of...

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21 March 2007
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Author: John Zarakostas, Info Sud

Les experts de la mission sur le Darfour ont demandé à l’ONU d’établir une liste de compagnies étrangères ayant un impact négatif sur la situation des droits humains au Soudan...[liste qui] pourrait se révéler particulièrement embarrassant pour la...

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16 March 2007

UN considers publishing list of companies operating in Sudan - list may embarrass China

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