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National Oil Spill Contingency plan for Sudan

At present, the Sudan has no capacity to respond to oil spills in its territorial waters which could threaten its coastline and related interests. With the gradually increasing volume of shipping using Port Sudan, and the plans for the development of a new oil terminal at Gezirat Abdalla, it is important that the Sudanese authorities should establish a national system for responding to oil spills.

Implementation of the Strategic Action Programme for the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden

06 Apr 2010

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National Oil Spill Contingency plan for Sudan.pdf

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