SPDC shut down a section of its Trans Niger Pipeline in Nigeria; crude output down 150,000 barrels per day

October 2013
World Energy News;10/15/2013, p27
The article reports that the shutdown of Shell Petroleum Development Co. of Nigeria Ltd.'s Trans Niger Pipeline led to decline in crude output.


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