Shell to foster Nigeria oil production by 225,000bpd

Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Limited is scheduled to begin operating in order to increase Nigeria’s crude oil output by 225,000 barrels per day.
In a statement, SNEPCo stated that maintenance on the FPSO, which was shut down a month ago, had been completed.
Abimbola Essien-Nelson, the company’s Media Relations Manager, made the announcement. She also said that once the turnaround maintenance on Bonga was finished, more oil and gas would be produced.
Essien-Nelson also said that the TAM was supposed to be finished in 30 days, but the process took 22 days.

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