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Illegal Refineries

10 Feb
In sustaining the fight against crude oil theft in the Niger Delta region , the Nigerian Navy Forward Operating Base in Bonny, Rivers State, has arrested three persons and intercepted materials meant for construction of illegal refineries in the area. 
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...Rate Firm High On Pipeline Surveillance. Some members of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Dumle Maol, Hon. John Dominic Iderema and Hon. Sokari Goodboy Sokari, representing Gokana, Abua/Odual and Ahoada West constituencies respectively, have called on the federal government to extend the surveillance contract of Pipeline Infrastructure Nigeria Ltd, PINL beyond the…

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