Pipeline vandalism: We may transport crude oil via trucks, Says Federal Govt

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The Federal Government has adopted a virtual means of evacuation of crude oil that involves the utilization of barges and trucks for the transportation of crude from the point of production to injection/storage points for eventual transportation to export terminals.

It said the Alternative Crude Oil Evacuation Systems was implemented to avoid production deferment, losses, and other undesirable consequences as a result of pipeline disruption and outages.

This is contained in a new presentation by the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission on “Stability in the Nigerian Energy Sector: Integrated Strategies for Infrastructure, Transportation and Security,” obtained by our correspondent in Abuja on Sunday.

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