Fuel Scarcity: Port Harcourt Refinery Resumes Operations

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, has stated that it has reopened the Port Harcourt refinery, about six weeks after it was shut down.

Group Executive Director, Commercial and Investment, Mr. Victor Adeniran said Warri and Kaduna refineries could not resume production at the moment because the pipeline network supplying crude oil to the two refineries had been sabotaged and were yet to be fixed.

“Port Harcourt is working because we have been able to fix the Bonny – Port Harcourt line. As I am talking to you, we are transporting crude oil from Bonny to Port Harcourt refinery. Kaduna cannot work because Warri also supplies Kaduna with product,” he said.

Nigeria Bulletin

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