Port- Harcourt - The Shell Petroleum Development Company Joint Venture has resumed crude oil export from Forcados Terminal seven weeks after the company issued a force majeure on the terminal.
The decision to lift the force majeure follows the removal of the crude theft point on the export line, reports ThisDay.
Precious Okolobo, Shell’s Media Relations Manager, said the lifting became effective from 09:00 hours on May 15, 2014.
Nigeria and Shell lost over $1billion since the facility was shut down on March 4, 2014.
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