Private Security Contractors Intercept Vessel With 800,000 Litres Of Stolen Crude Oil

In a significant operation against crude oil theft, private security firms hired by NNPC Ltd. effectively stopped a vessel transporting a considerable amount of stolen crude oil.

The MT TURA II, which is owned by HOLAB MARITIME SERVICES LIMITED, was stopped while en route to Cameroon, according to Garba Deen Muhammad, Chief Corporate Communications Officer of NNPC Ltd.

The crude oil aboard the ship came from an offshore well jacket in the Nigerian state of Ondo, according to preliminary investigations.

Unexpectedly, the vessel had spent the previous twelve years evading capture by operating covertly.

To serve as a strong message and deterrence to anyone engaged in similar criminal actions, the authorities have determined that it is essential to demolish the vessel.

This forceful effort attempts to stop the financial losses caused to Nigeria and legitimate oil sector players while also addressing the negative social and environmental effects of such illegal operations.

The state oil company, NNPC Ltd., reaffirmed its steadfast dedication to putting an end to crude oil theft.

It stated that it would keep up its unwavering efforts to stop this unlawful commerce until it is totally eliminated.

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