Shell has lifted a force majeure on gas supplies to Nigeria LNG plant

June 2013
World Energy News;6/12/2013, p27
The article reports that Royal Dutch Shell PLC has lifted a force majeure on gas supplies to the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Ltd. (LNG) plant.


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