Africa Oil & Gas: Shell Lifts Force Majeure On Nigeria’s Bonny Light Oil Exports

After nearly two months, Royal Dutch Shell has lifted the force majeure on one of Nigeria’s largest and most popular grades, Bonny Light, after a pipeline carrying the oil to the export terminal has finally been repaired.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Nigeria Lawmakers put NLNG Train 7 project at risk

Nigeria LNG Train 7 project could be at risk if the state lawmakers amend the 1989 law that enabled the creation of the NLNG partnership. The company’s CEO Tony Attah told Reuters that the LNG export partnership between the state-owned Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Shell, Total and Eni, could face taxes equivalent of about 3 percent NLNG’s total budget if the law is amended.

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Africa Oil & Gas: Galp Energia tenders to sell Nigeria LNG cargoes

Lisbon-based Galp Energia has reportedly issued a tender aiming to sell liquefied natural gas cargoes from the Nigeria LNG facility on the Bonny Island.Reuters quoted trade sources as saying Galp Energia is looking to sell four to six cargoes annually for a period of five years.

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