​​​​​​​​​​​​​In June 18, 1997, Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company Limited (GNPOC) was incorporated to operate as a petroleum company in Sudan. GNPOC is a joint operating company owned by CNPC of China (40%), PETRONAS of Malaysia (30%), ONGC of India (25%) and SUDAPET of Sudan (5%). Currently GNPOC produces more than 300,000 barrels of oil per day.

Mission StatementVision

To establish GNPOC as a Premier Petroleum Operating Company.

Mission

To establish GNPOC as a Premier Petroleum Operating Company.

  • Maintain High Health, Safety and Environmental Standards
  • Maximize Shareholders' Return on Investment
  • Contribute Towards Achieving Sudan's National Aspirations as a Net Oil Exporter
  • Develop a Competent Sudanese Workforce
  • Optimize Operations Through Technology, Teamwork and Synergy

Our Objectives

To fully explore, develop and produce the reserve potential in Blocks 1, 2 and 4 , and to transport the crude oil to the Red Sea Coast for export in a safe and cost effective manner.

Mission StatementOur Values

To establish GNPOC as a Premier Petroleum Operating Company.

  • Leadership :
    Provide and/or promote a vision; inspire and direct personnel to realize and communicate the goals of GNPOC
  • Profitability :
    Manage an efficient workforce and the available resources to maximize return on investment by adding new reserves and exploiting in a cost effective manner.
  • Well Being :
    Manage an efficient workforce and the available resources to maximize return on investment by adding new reserves and exploiting in a cost effective manner.
  • Unity :
    Working together for the common goal
  • Harmony :
    Consistent and synergistic interpretation of concepts, policies and procedures
  • Fairness :
    Consistent application of rules which must be set properly for the situation
  • Integrity & Responsibility :
    Committed and trustworthy workforce upholding the common work practices and ethics
  • Cost Effectiveness :
    Cost effectiveness through proper planning, sound management, application of appropriate technology, optimizing operations and quality control to meet schedules