A number of attacks on oil infrastructure in Nigeria could mean bad news for tanker carriers.
According to Energy and Ship brokerage firm, Poten & Partners, rebel groups have attacked pipes and terminals in the Niger Delta over a long period, which has made the country's export of crude oill drop, reports World Maritime News.
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