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    • South Sudan's Minister for Petroleum and Mining Stephen Dhieu Dau (L) prepares to press button to resume oil production May 5, 2013, Paloch, South Sudan
    • A South Sudanese man beams during a celebration to mark the resumption, after a 16-month break, of oil production at Paloch oil field on Sunday, May 5, 2013.
    • Pipelines criss-cross at the Paloch oil field in South Sudan on Sunday, May 5, 2013, when production resumed at the facility after a 16-month break.
    • South Sudanese Minister for Petroleum and Mining Oil Minister Stephen Dhieu Dau pushes a button Sunday, May 5, 2013, to resume production at the Paloch oil field in Upper Nile state, after a 16-month hiatus.
    • South Sudanese Oil Minister Stephen Dhieu Dau cuts the ribbon at Paloch oil field, where hydrocarbon production resumed on Sunday, May 5, 2013, after a 16-month break.
    • South Sudanese celebrate the resumption of oil production at Paloch oil field, the new nation's largest facility, on Sunday, May 5, 2013.

    Production Resumes at South Sudan Oil Field

    Published May 06, 2013


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