The hottest oil pipeline in Nigeria is closed agai

2022-08-08
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Nigeria's main oil pipelines are closed again, and the difficulty of crude oil export is compounded.

Nigeria's main oil pipelines are closed again, and the difficulty of crude oil export is compounded.

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the trans Niger pipeline, the main export pipeline of Nigeria's two Bangni grade light crude oil, was forced to close again on Sunday (January 8), which is expected to worsen the dilemma of the country's crude oil production and export volume

the trans Niger pipeline is operated by the Nigerian subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell. The closure was due to a fire, which is expected to aggravate the production disruption in Nigeria

according to the data of shell station, the average daily transportation volume of this oil pipeline reaches 180000 barrels, which is mainly used for the export of Bonnie grade light crude oil

Nigeria's crude oil production fell by 200000 barrels per day to 1.45 million barrels per day in December last year, marking the temporary end of the previous three-month rising trend. Bloomberg data showed that the country's crude oil production fell to 1.39 million barrels per day in August last year, the lowest level since 1988

in addition, shell has not yet released the strain at a certain point of forcados export terminal due to lack of an elastic element ε In direct proportion to the force on the elastic element, the export terminal has been forced to close down since February 2016 for the purpose of shutting down the operation due to force majeure, which is used for the daily crude oil transportation volume of 300000 barrels

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