An oil workers’ representative
The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate group claimed that it had attacked the Efurun-Otor pipeline in the in the Urhobo region, operated by the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC), a subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
“Although the pipeline was not in use at the time of attack, NPDC periodically makes use of it and it is a major carrier of their product from (oil mining lease) OML 34 to OML 65,” Lucky Sorue, head of oil and gas workers in the Urhobo region, said on Monday, as quoted by Reuters.
The Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate became notorious in August when it started
Last week, however, just as Nigeria said that its oil production had increased to
Due to the violence that has crippled Nigeria’s oil production, OPEC has generally agreed that the country, alongside Libya and Iran, would be given a pass when the cartel discusses production cuts to fit its total production within the tentative 32.5 million bpd-33 million bpd limit it is currently trying to negotiate.
By Tsvetana Paraskova for Oilprice.com
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