The attack led to a decline in production from 40,000 barrels, before the explosion cut production by 16,000boed
Due to explosion that recently rocked its pipelines in Bayelsa State, he Nigerian Agip Oil Company is losing about 16,000 barrels of crude oil daily.
Reports says the explosions through launching of dynamites by militants, which affected Agip pipelines located in Orukari, Golubokiri and Kpongbokiri communities of Brass area of the state.
The situation has also led to an environmental damage, leading to a major oil spillage since it occurred on Thursday night.
A representative of the mother company of Agip, Eni said this, “The Eni production impacted by the incident was 16,000 barrel of oil equivalent daily, (boed) and as of Monday morning all the activities aimed at restoring production have been activated.”
The attack led to a decline in production from 40,000 barrels, before the explosion cut production by 16,000boed.