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Pipeline vandalisation and oil scooping in Nigeria

Ade Aholurin

Pipeline vandalisation and oil scooping in Nigeria

by Ade Aholurin

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Published by Stirling-Horden Publishers Ltd. in Ibadan, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum pipelines,
  • Petroleum

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ade Aholurin
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN879.5 .A43 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii,158 p. :
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25289055M
    ISBN 109780324690
    LC Control Number2011478610

      Currently we are looking at July In terms of how it is being affected by the current situation in oil and gas industry, not really. This is a gas pipeline and I know there is a focus to try. It includes such acts as oil bunkering, breaking oil pipelines to siphon fuel, scooping fuel from burst oil pipes and the deliberate act of oil terrorism. In Nigeria, pipeline vandalisation is .

    Analysis - As Nigeria is slipping deeper into the valley of insecurity, much of the momentum for economic breakthrough has been lost, in large part because of the increasing rate of oil theft. Nigeria’s continental ranking in crude oil production suffered yet another dip in the month of March. For the second time in four months, Angola has beaten the once undisputed largest producer.

    This paper examines the three main dimensions of oil pipeline sabotage in Nigeria, namely oil bunkering, pipeline vandalisation / fuel scooping, and oil terrorism, as well as the actors and objectives behind them. The author argues that if the federal government does not make concerted efforts to contain the rising incidence of oil pipeline. The Management of Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) has expressed concern over the incidents of pipeline vandalisation, wellhead tampering .


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Pipeline vandalisation and oil scooping in Nigeria by Ade Aholurin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nigeria is Africa’s leading oil producer, and the seventh largest exporter of crude oil, with a daily production of about million barrels of oil per day. No commodity plays a more vital role than oil in the Nigeria’s economy. For a nation with enormous oil deposits such as Nigeria, oil.

Oil Thefts and Pipeline Vandalization in Nigeria focuses on leakages in oil revenue through thefts and vandalisation which has now become a national shame and embarrassment. The book presents a scholarly evaluation of the evolution, etiology, causes, nature, extent, characteristics, legal aspects, trends rationale and modus operandi of the.

Oil Pipeline Vandalism and Nigeria’s National Security. By Okoli, Al Chukwuma & Orinya, Sunday. Federal University Lafia, Nigeria. Abstract - This paper examines the nexus between oil pipeline vandalism and national security in Nigeria.

Comprehending national security in terms of sustainability development and livelihood,Cited by: Oil Thefts and Pipeline Vandalization in Nigeria focuses on leakages in oil revenue through thefts and vandalisation which has now become a national shame and embarrassment.

The book presents a scholarly evaluation of the evolution, etiology, causes, nature, extent, characteristics, legal aspects, trends rationale and modus operandi of the phenomena in the country.

of oil pipeline sabotage in Nigeria, namely oil bunkering, pipeline vandalisation/fuel scooping and oil terrorism, from the perspective of national security. First a conceptual clarifi cation of the meaning of ‘oil pipeline sabotage’ and ‘national security’, as used in this context, is provided.

Similarly, the NNPC had, in its July Monthly Financial and Operations Report (MFOR), raised the alarm that pipeline vandalisation reached an all-time high, rising by per cent.

PIPELINES VANDALISATION: IMPLICATION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA PIPELINES VANDALISATION: IMPLICATION ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA TABLE OF CONTENT Cover page Title page Approval page Dedication Abstract Acknowledgment Table of content CHAPTER ONE Introduction Background of the research Statement of research.

PIPELINES VANDALISATION: IMPLICATION ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA TABLE OF CONTENT Cover page Title page Approval page Dedication Abstract Acknowledgment Table of content CHAPTER ONE Introduction Background of the research Statement of doc, pdf.

personal use or for sale in the black market or any other outlet. It includes such acts as oil bunkering, breaking oil pipelines to siphon fuel, scooping fuel from burst oil pipes and the deliberate act of oil terrorism.1 In Nigeria, pipeline vandalisation is usually regarded as an act of sabotage.

It is a capital. ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF PIPELINE VANDALISATION AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPLICATION ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF PIPELINE VANDALIZATION AND IT ECONOMIC IMPLICATION CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF STUDY Nigeria is a nation blessed with abundance of natural resources; over the years the oil and doc, pdf.

Oil and Gas production in Nigeria consists of oil fields, producing oil wells, and 3 refineries, including various onshore and offshore platforms spanned across the Niger delta. Petroleum pipeline transportation networks which resides o across the country, linking flow stations, 10 export terminals, 22 storage.

An oil spill recently occurred at Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production company (SNEPCO) Bonga field off the Coast of Delta and Bayelsa states precisely on Decem   This paper interrogates the common official refrain to attribute vandalisation-induced pipeline explosion to poverty in the country.

It argues that although poverty has explanatory relevance in terms of the ubiquity of oil pipeline explosion, such attribution conceals more than it reveals: it clearly shows that the poor are the direct and hardest hit in oil pipeline explosion in Nigeria, but.

It includes such acts as oil bunkering, breaking oil pipelines to siphon fuel, scooping fuel from burst oil pipes and the deliberate act of oil terrorism.

In Nigeria, pipeline vandalisation is usually regarded as an act of sabotage. It is a capital offense under the Petroleum Act and is covered by the Criminal Justice Decree of – The purpose of this paper is to review oil spill incidents and pipeline vandalism in Nigeria between and and to examine the potential danger posed by such activities to public health., – The approach adopted to achieve this objective is questionnaire administration on health impacts.

Also secondary sources of information come from textbooks and journals. Oil pipeline vandalism is on the increase in the oil rich Nigeria Niger Delta region with overbarrels of crude oil lost to crude oil bunkerers as a result of rampant rupturing and.

In line with the policy of the Federal Government to secure oil pipelines, the Western Naval Command (WNC) of Nigerian Navy (NN) has expanded its operations to curtail pipeline vandalisation and. In Nigeria, pipeline vandalisation is usually regarded as an act of sabotage.

It is a capital offence under the Petroleum Act and is covered by the Criminal Justice Decree of (miscellaneous provisions) (Phil-Eze ). In recent times, the incidence of pipeline vandalisation and the associated fire disaster has caused serious.

It includes such acts as oil bunkering, breaking oil pipelines to siphon fuel, scooping fuel from burst oil pipes and the deliberate act of oil terrorism. In Nigeria, pipeline vandalisation is usually regarded as an act of sabotage.

It is a capital offence under the Petroleum Act and is covered by the Criminal Justice Decree of   To facilitate the distribution of crude oil product from the oil rich Nigeria Delta to other parts of the country, a network of oil pipelines was constructed to inter-link some states at strategic locations (Onuorah, ).

Nigeria has a total pipeline grid of kilometers. Statement Of Problem. What really led to the study of environmental effects of pipeline vandalization and its economic implication was the continuous growth of joblessness in the Niger delta region, the effect of oil and gas exploration on the people and their environment and the negligence from the multinational companies and the federal government of Nigeria.Nigeria's oil reserves are about billion barrels, while Nigeria's crude oil production averaged million barrels per day in Oil spillage is a major environmental problem in Nigeria.

Royal Dutch Shell pioneered Nigeria's oil and gas industry and remains a major investor in the West African country. But over the decades it has come under fire .