Canadian companies express interest in investing in Sudan’s Oil and Gas Sector

The Canadian Ambassador to Sudan revealed desires frominstitutions related his country’s oil industry to cooperate with Sudan in providing production services.

Khartoum: Altaghyeer

Canadian Ambassador to Sudan, Adrian Falk, revealed the desire of several companies to invest in oil and gas in Sudan.

On Wednesday, the Sudanese Minister of Energy and Oil, JadeinAli, met the Canadian ambassador in Khartoum.

The meeting discussed the development of Canadian-Sudanese cooperation in the oil and gas industry, as well as the possibility of investment in the energy field in Sudan.

The minister welcomed the Mr. Falk’s visit, and briefed him on a number of projects dedicated to gas production and increasing oil production.

The minister affirmed the government’s confidence in cooperation with Canada, which he described as historic in the field of oil.

Mr. Jadein praised Canada’s interest in oil and gas projects and its willingness to study the possibility of investment in the fields of energy, oil, and gas production.

For his part, the Canadian ambassador said that several institutions related to the Canadian oil industry expressed desire in conducting business with Sudan.

He pointed out that the visit comes as an affirmation of the Canadian government’s support for the democratic transition process in Sudan.

Ambassador Falk also stated that his country is ready to support,and stands with Sudan’s desire to achieve a smooth transition.

On Wednesday, a Canadian company had signed an agreement with the Sudanese Airports Company to construct an airstrip in the company’s square, at a cost of 7.5 million dirhams.

The Sudanese Minister of Minerals, Muhammad Bashir Abdullah, stressed during the agreement signing that all difficulties and complications facing investment in the mining field would be overcome.

Canada has already started implementing new development programs in Sudan, including support programs for poor families worth 10 million Canadian dollars.

In addition, Canada pledged support to UNICEF programs worth 6 million Canadian dollars, aimed at providing schools with sterilization equipment to help confront the Corona pandemic.


All while Canada continues with a number of other humanitarian and development projects.

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