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Explosions hit Nigerian oil installations

Twin explosions hit oil installations belonging to an Italian oil company in Nigeria’s volatile southeastern delta region, officials said Thursday. Officials suspected sabotage in the explosions Wednesday along two Agip pipelines in Baleysa state. One of the blasts blew apart an 18-inch oil pipeline at the Clough Creek Tepidapa flow station, and heavy spillage was reported, said Dikivie Ekiogha, an oil industry adviser to the local state governor. A second blast hit a 10-inch riverside pipeline the same day in Lagoagbene. Full Story

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