Trinity Energy Group Limited Southern Sudan Projects
Trinity has become an established player in ensuring the energy security of South Sudan. The Company works closely with the Government owned Nile Petroleum Company (NILEPET). Currently, TEL supplies about 6,000 m3 of diesel to NILEPET on a monthly basis, worth USD 6 Million. This implies a market share in South Sudan of approximately 40%. The Company also supplies 2,000 m3 of petrol on a monthly basis to NILEPET, and holds 45% of the market share in South Sudan. The Company also operates storage depots in South Sudan where fuel is stored and distributed in the market. TEL is also involved in distribution of LPG Gas for the domestic market.
Looking forward, TEL’s sister company, A&A Oil and Gas, has been given a license by the Government of South Sudan to set up a 50,000 barrels per day (BPD) Oil Refinery in Pagak, Upper Nile State, close to the Ethiopian border. Currently A&A has engaged
Foster Wheeler, a reputable oil and gas consulting firm, to undertake feasibility study for the project. The proposed refinery and associated infrastructure, such as the 300 km oil pipeline that shall run from Pauloch to Pagak, is expected to be ready by 2015. Once complete, this project shall provide energy security for not only South Sudan but also the entire East Africa region. This will be the first grass roots refinery of its kind in South Sudan. The total cost for this project, including plant & machinery, physical infrastructure, civil works, power plant (50 MW) , pipeline and associated infrastructure is expected to cost USD 2. 5 Billion.