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National Petroleum and Gas Commission

The composition, powers and functions of the NPGC are set out in the Petroleum Act 2012, Chapter III. It is independent from the petroleum ministry, and its purpose seems to be to provide strategic policy direction and supervision of petroleum affairs in a way which involves a wider range of government bodies. Hence its members are also drawn from the Land Commission, environment ministry, finance ministry, and the main oil-producing states. Its members are appointed by the President of South Sudan.


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