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AGIP Resumes Crude, Gas Export After Fixing Damaged Facilities

AGIP oil on Sunday said it has resumed supply and export of crude and gas from its export terminal in Bayelsa state after fixing damaged facilities.

The oil company suspend export following explosion on its major pipeline.

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The explosion last march 14 halted 25,000 barrels of crude oil and gas from the brass export terminal.

It also cut supply of gas to the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) plant in Bonny Island and Okpai power plant.

The company on Sunday said it has resumed supply and export of crude and gas, following the fixing of the damaged facilities and pipeline.

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