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TNP Reopens After 46 Days Shut In

The Trans Niger Pipeline, the Shell operated crude oil export line in the east of Nigeria, came back up on Sunday February 18, 2018.

It was 46 days after a shut in of a critical segment of the line for major repair works since January 3, 2018.
The pipeline, with capacity for 180,000BOPD, pumps crude to the Bonny Export Terminal and is also part of the gas evacuation infrastructure.

The TNP consists of three parts:, a 12.5km 30” pipeline from Ogale to Eleme/Ogu Bolo over land terrain;a 25.5km 30” pipeline from Eleme/Ogu Bolo to the Cawthorne Channel Junction Manifold, and a 2.4km 8” pipeline from Alakiri to Ojikirispurline, both over swamp terrain; anda 20km 30’’ pipeline and a 20km 24” loop pipeline leg from Cawthorne Channel Junction Manifold to Bonny Oil and Gas Terminal, both over swamp terrain.


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