Pipeline Sabotage in Nigeria
September 25, 2013 | Industry Week
Thieves damaged a crude oil pipeline in Nigera that will force Shell to stop exporting 150,000 barrels per day until a repair is completed. Oil companies operating in Nigeria are plagued with vandalism and theft.
Nigeria Oil and Gas Report
December 30, 2013 | Energy Information Administration
"Nigeria is the largest oil producer in Africa and was the world's fourth leading exporter of LNG in 2012. Despite the relatively large volumes it produces, Nigeria's oil production is hampered by instability and supply disruptions, while the natural gas sector is restricted by the lack of infrastructure to monetize gas that is currently flared." Quoted from the Energy Information Administration.
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Exporting Natural Gas from Georgia?
March 14, 2013 | Reuters.com
Royal Dutch Shell and El Paso Pipeline Partners hope to develop a natural gas liquefaction plant near Savannah that will export LNG.