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    Agip forced to shut Aggah oilfield in Rivers over oil spill

    Contruction / October 26, 2019

    The Nigerian Agip Oil Company has announced a shut-in of its oilfield in Aggah community in Ogbia/Egbema Local Government Area of Rivers State, following pipeline leakage to forestall further damage to the environment.

    A statement from Eni, the Italian parent company of NAOC, on Thursday confirmed this.

    The statement partly read,“NAOC got a report of a leakage from a well flow line on 14th October 2019, in the southern part of Aggah territory, in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State.

    “The leakage was primarily bubbling of gas and sheens of condensate.

    “Following the report of the event, NAOC deployed containment booms around the leak spot and shut-in the well to stop the leak.

    “Statutory notification was issued to Department of Petroleum Resources, National Oil Spills Detection and Response Agency and Rivers State Ministry of Environment for Joint Investigation visit before effecting the repair.”

    Meanwhile, the NOSDRA said that it was investigating the cause of a damaged pipeline and possible volume of leaked crude oil at Aggah which had polluted the area.

    The Port Harcourt Zonal Director of NOSDRA, Mr Cyrus Nkangwu, Port Harcourt, who confirmed the development, said the NAOC had reported the oil spill to the agency.

    He said the area had been cordoned off to prevent further spread, adding that the agency had also deployed its personnel to the oil spill site.

    “A Joint Investigation Visit team is currently at the scene of the incident, and would find out the cause of the leak and estimated volume of crude discharged into the environment,” Nkangwu said.

    The leak is coming barely one month after fire broke out from NAOC’s field in nearby Ubeta community in neighbouring Ahoada-West Local Government Area of Rivers State.

    Source: Punch

    2 Comments

    • admin October 24, 2018 Reply

      Some need to protect very valuable information. All these factors should be taken into account.

    • admin October 24, 2018 Reply

      I ran Windows XP for a year to try to prove it. Less knowledgeable users can get their PCs infected no matter how much protection you give them. Software can’t protect people from themselves.

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