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28.02.2014 Shell closes major pipeline in Nigeria

Shell Nigeria says it has closed a 6,000-kilometer (3,700-mile) oil pipeline to repair leaks from oil theft, AP reported on February 27.

13.02.2014 Oil pipeline again blocked in Libya

A valve on the pipeline carrying oil from the Sharara oilfield has again been tampered with near Reyayana in Jebel Nafusa causing a 60-percent cut in the flow of oil to the Zawia refinery and oil terminal, Libya Herald reported on February 12.

03.02.2014 Yemen's main oil pipeline reportedly bombed

Armed tribesmen bombed Yemen's main oil pipeline on February 1, halting crude flow to the country's main export terminal less than a month after it was repaired, oil and local officials said, Reuters has reported.

13.01.2014 China punishes 63 for oil pipeline blast

Sixty-three people have been penalized over a pipeline explosion that claimed 62 lives in Qingdao, Shandong province, in late November, the State Council said in a statement on January 10, China Daily has reported. 

06.01.2014 Oil pipeline attacked in Yemen

Disgruntled tribesmen blew up a pipeline in the Yemen’s southeastern Hadramout province, bringing oil production to a halt, Gulf News reported on January 5.

24.12.2013 Russia’s Transneft Cuts Investment Plans

Russian oil pipeline monopoly Transneft has decreased its investment program for 2014–2018 to 458 billion rubles from 500 billion rubles due to the state’s decision to freeze tariffs of natural monopolies for 2014, as follows from the company’s data seen by Prime on Dece

17.12.2013 New Pipeline to Be Built in Russia’s Krasnoyarsk Territory

The construction of the Kuyumba-Tayshet oil pipeline has begun in Krasnoyarsk Territory. The pipeline is 719 km long, and 535 km of the pipes will be laid in Krasnoyarsk Territory (the districts Evenkiysky, Boguchansky, Nizhneingashsky and Abansky).

11.12.2013 Colombia Oil Pipeline Changes Hands

Colombia's largest crude oil transportation system is going through an ownership change after global investor Advent International led a partial buyout in a deal signalling growing interest in the Latin American country's energy prospects, UPI reported on December 10.

28.11.2013 Turkey, Iraq’s Kurdistan Reach No Agreement on New Oil Pipeline

Talks between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani didn't end on November 27 with concrete results on the construction of a new oil pipeline from Kirkuk, Today’s Zaman has reported.

25.11.2013 Oil Pipeline Blast Kills More Than 50 in East China

The death toll from November 22 oil pipeline blasts in East China's Shandong province rose to 52 after four bodies were found at the scene, rescue headquarters said on November 24, China Daily has reported.