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South Sudan Report 2013

  • ID: 2374456
  • November 2012
  • Region: Sudan
  • MEED

This latest research report provides you with everything you need to know about South Sudan's economy, politics and projects market, taking into account all of its major sectors and project plans. In time, with its plentiful oil and gas reserves, South Sudan's economy is likely to boom and there is no better time than now for companies to explore these project and other commercial opportunities.

Through this comprehensive research report you will be able to:

- Understand key emerging investment opportunities in South Sudan
- Learn about government plans for each sector
- Gain insight into the region's political and economic picture
- Stay one step ahead of the competition with first mover advantage

1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Politics
3.1 Background
3.2 Political system
3.2.1 Parliament
3.2.2 State government
3.2.3 Judiciary
3.3 Political issues
3.3.1 North-south relations
3.3.2 Abyei
3.3.3 Border demarcation

4. Economy
4.1 Overview
4.2 Macroeconomy
4.2.1 Economic growth
4.2.2 Currency and inflation
4.3 Oil shutdown
4.4 Budget
4.5 Aid
4.6 Economy data appendices

5. Agriculture
5.1 Overview
5.2 Institutions
5.3 Regulations
5.4 Strategy
5.5 Investment
5.5.1 Cereals and oil crops
5.5.2 Sugar
5.5.3 Funding
5.6 Issues
5.7 Land grabbing

6. Housing and urban development
6.1 Overview
6.2 Regulatory framework
6.3 Investment
6.4 Strategy
6.5 Projects
6.5.1 New capital
6.5.2 Urban masterplanning
6.6 Issues
6.6.1 Finance
6.6.2 Legal framework
6.6.3 Construction materials
6.6.4 Urban housing provision

7. Mining
7.1 Overview
7.2 Institutions
7.3 Regulation
7.4 Land and resource ownership
7.5 Licences
7.5.1 Fees and royalties
7.5.2 Reconnaissance licence
7.5.3 Exploration licence
7.5.4 Small-scale mining lease
7.5.5 Large-scale mining lease
7.6 Investment
7.6.1 Brinkley Mining/New Kush Exploration
7.6.2 Epic Exploration

8. Oil
8.1 Overview
8.1.1 Reserves

8.1.2 Production
8.1.3 Marketing
8.2 Institutions
8.3 Regulation
8.4 Upstream
8.4.1 Blocks 1a and 1b
8.4.2 Block 5A
8.4.3 Blocks 3 & 7
8.4.4 Block B
8.4.5 Block A
8.4.6 Block 5B
8.4.7 Block E
8.4.8 New acreage
8.5 Export pipelines
8.6 Refining
8.6.1 Vitol refinery
8.6.2 Akon refinery

9. Power
9.1 Overview
9.2 Regulatory framework
9.3 Institutions
9.3.1 Electricity & Dams Ministry
9.3.2 South Sudan Electricity Corporation
9.3.3 Regulation
9.3.4 Distribution
9.4 Investment framework
9.4.1 Generation
9.5 Strategy
9.5.1 Rural electrification
9.6 Projects
9.6.1 Progress to date
9.6.2 Plans
9.6.3 Hydroelectricity
9.6.4 Other projects
9.7 Regional cooperation
9.7.1 Power imports
9.7.2 Regional power trade project
9.7.3 East Africa Power Pool

10. Transport
10.1 Aviation
10.1.1 Overview
10.1.2 Projects
10.2 Rail
10.2.1 Overview
10.2.2 Projects
10.2.3 Issues
10.3 River transport
10.3.1 Overview
10.3.2 Strategy
10.3.3 Studies
10.3.4 Projects
10.3.5 Issues
10.4 Roads
10.4.1 Introduction
10.4.2 Institutions
10.4.3 Strategy
10.4.4 Projects
10.4.5 International roads
10.4.6 National roads
10.4.7 Urban roads
10.4.8 Local roads
10.4.9 Bridges
10.4.10 Challenges

11. Water
11.1 Overview
11.2 Resources
11.3 Regulation
11.4 Institutions
11.5 Investment
11.6 Strategy
11.7 Financing
11.8 Projects
11.8.1 Juba water treatment plant
11.8.2 Rural water infrastructure
11.9 Regional cooperation
11.10 Issues
11.10.1 Environment
11.10.2 Technology

12. Doing business in South Sudan
12.1 Overview
12.2 Institutions
12.2.1 Commerce, Industry & Investment Ministry
12.2.2 South Sudan Investment Authority
12.2.3 One-stop shop
12.3 Regulation
12.3.1 Ownership
12.3.2 National priority
12.3.3 Repatriation of capital profits and dividends
12.3.4 Land leases
12.3.5 Environment
12.3.6 Dispute resolution
12.4 Investment
12.4.1 Investment certificates
12.4.2 Priority areas
12.5 Investment incentives
12.5.1 Strategic investment
12.5.2 Tax exemptions and concessions
12.5.3 Fiscal incentives
12.6 Tax
12.7 Licence applications

List of tables

Table 1: Key government positions
Table 2: State governors
Table 3: GDP by sector, 2010 (£SSm)
Table 4: Annual change in GDP by activity, 2009 constant prices, 2009-11 (%)
Table 5: Oil transit agreement ($ a barrel)
Table 6: Revenue and expenditure, 2005-13 (£SS)
Table 7: Additional allocations for key projects
Table 8: Budget, 2011/12-2012/13 (£SS)
Table 9: Donor funding by sector, 2011-14 ($m)
Table 10: Actual government expenditure, July 2011-June 2012 (£SS)
Table 11: 2012/13 budget by government agency (£SS)
Table 12: Priority areas for commercial investment in cereals
Table 13: Priority areas for commercial investment in oil crops, oil palm, groundnut and sesame
Table 14: Planned sugar mills
Table 15: Major land deals
Table 16: Mining leases
Table 17: Oil reserves by type and block
Table 18: Sudan and South Sudan combined oil reserves
Table 19: Major hydroelectric power projects
Table 20: Bedden Dam construction materials
Table 21: Other power projects
Table 22: Major airport projects
Table 23: Major rail projects
Table 24: Government port development programme
Table 25: Juba River Port specifications
Table 26: Road projects
Table 27: New Juba Nile Bridge specifications
Table 28: Bridge projects
Table 29: Land lease terms
Table 30: Capital allowances
Table 31: Deductible annual allowances
Table 32: Other annual depreciation allowances
Table 33: Personal income tax
Table 34: Business profits tax

List of figures

Figure 1: Administrative map of South Sudan
Figure 2: Annual consumer price index inflation (%)
Figure 3: Aid allocations by sector, 2012-13 (as % of total funding)
Figure 4: Rainfall patterns
Figure 5: Agro-ecological zones
Figure 6: Geological map
Figure 7: Sudan and South Sudan combined oil production, 2001-11 („000 barrels a day)
Figure 8: South Sudan oil production, 1999-2035 („000 barrels a day)
Figure 9: Monthly oil sales by volume, July 2011-January 2012 (million barrels)
Figure 10: Monthly oil sales by revenue ($m)
Figure 11: Selected exploration and production licences
Figure 12: Potential pipeline routes
Figure 13: Power sector institutional framework
Figure 14: Proposed sites for hydroelectric power plants
Figure 15: Bedden Dam technical overview
Figure 16: Location of construction materials
Figure 17: Distribution of hydropower potential in East Africa (MW)
Figure 20: Sites of proposed new airports and airport upgrades
Figure 18: Planned railway links
Figure 19: South Sudan road map
Figure 21: Proposed institutional framework for the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector

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