Force majeure on Nigeria crude oil loadings

Published November 7th, 2000 - 02:00 GMT

On Monday Shell declared force majeure on loadings of its Nigerian oil, the force majeure affects around 475,000 barrels per day of Bonny Light crude oil throughout November, News Agencies reported.  

 

This means we will not be able to meet some of our commitments to our customers," said the Shell spokesman.  

 

"This affects cargoes of Bonny Light from now until the end of the month." He said, the reason behind the force majeure is the illegal bunkering of fuel, reported news agencies. 

(petroleumworld)  

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