Over two thirds of power generation in Sudan is from hydroelectricity, and almost all the remainder from burning oil: both diesel and heavy fuel oil.

The IEA’s Oil 2018 report, released last week, estimates that Sudan’s 990 MW of oil-fired generation capacity typically burns 1.08mn t/y (around 20,000 b/d) of liquid fuel. The key thermal plant is 500 MW Kosti, built by India’s Bharat Heavy Electricals, which came on line in 2016. (CONTINUED - 298 WORDS)