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Nigeria LNG declares force majeure after Shell pipeline leak 21 May 2013

Nigeria LNG, Africa’s largest liquefied natural gas export terminal, said it had declared force majeure on exports following a leak in a supply pipeline owned by Shell Petroleum Development Company. Force majeure, a legal step that protects a company from liability when it cannot fulfill a contract for reasons beyond its control, was declared on May 15....

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Nigeria cuts gas exports 02 December 2008

In recent years, militants have blown up crude oil pipelines and kidnapped foreign workers in the Niger Delta, and now, thieves are taking advantage of this insecurity to tap into pipelines. Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) has been forced to close its Soku gas plant in the delta, which supplies 40% of Nigeria LNG’s (NLNG) feedstock, to repair damage caused by thieves tapping into energy pipelines, further worsening Nigeria’s power generation problems. ...