Thar Jath

Thar Jath
Thar Jath is located in South Sudan
Thar Jath
Thar Jath
Location in South Sudan
Coordinates: 8°28′00″N 30°19′00″E / 8.46667°N 30.31667°E / 8.46667; 30.31667Coordinates: 8°28′00″N 30°19′00″E / 8.46667°N 30.31667°E / 8.46667; 30.31667
CountryFlag of South Sudan.svg South Sudan
StateUnity State
CountyKoch County
Time zoneUTC+2 (CAT)

Thar Jath is a community in Koch County, Unity State, South Sudan.

Thar Jath was chosen as a base by the consortium that developed the Block 5A, South Sudan concession, naming the oil field "Thar Jath" after the town. In 1998 the consortium established a drilling site at Ryer, in Jagei Nuer territory, near the port of Thar Jath on the Nile. In 1998 they built an unpaved road from Bentiu to the north via Duar and Guk to Ryer and Thar Jath.[1]

References

  1. ^ Rone, Jemera (2003). Sudan, oil, and human rights. Human Rights Watch. pp. 188–189. ISBN 1-56432-291-2.
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