Nigeria holds oil bill on militant attacks in the Niger Delta
So far, unrest in the Delta has resulted in a loss of more than 700,000 barrels per day (bpd) in the country’s crude oil production.
Although the government reached a ceasefire last month with one of the most active militant groups, attacks on oil and gas infrastructure in the region still continue. Senator Tayo Alasoadura reportedly said that the bill will come to the front of the line again once the unrest resolves.
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