To attract international investors to its petroleum sector, Sudan may need to improve its hydrocarbon legal and fiscal framework, which dates back to the late 1990s. Various elements are likely to require clarification, such as the award procedure and "how" royalty is applied to the exploration and production sharing agreements (EPSAs) from 2012. Moreover, after the past years' frequent institutional changes—the country is in a period of political transition following the April 2019 Sudanese revolution—the government needs to better define what the institutions overseeing the oil and gas sector are.
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