Nigeria’s pipeline vandalism in 14 years

Below is a list of all the pipeline vandalism in Nigeria in the last fourteen years (14), cases recorded since 1999 till date are 34,042 with % states being the hot spots.

Cases recorded since 1999 – 34,042

Cases recorded ‘between’ (2011 – 2014)

2011 – 5,518

2012 – 4,468

2013 – 3,708

2014 – 3,571

Ogun state

Delta state

Rivers state

Abuja

Gombe State

Between 2012 – 2015

Crude oil – 1,310,139

PMS – 712,776

AGO – 37,054

DPK – 9,548

Negative effects of pipeline vandalism is the deterioration of refinery system as a result of idle time, loss of revenue, product supply challenges, scarcity, and loss of lives and material resources from pipeline fire.

PMS: Premium Motor Spirit | DPK: Dual purpose Kerosene | AGO: Automated Gas oil

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