Nigerian Oil Output Plunges to 20-Year Low as Attacks EscalateBy and
Strike on Chevron platform cuts output by about 90,000 b/d
Crude output fell in April to lowest in more than two decades
Nigeria is suffering a worsening bout of oil disruption that has pushed production to the lowest in 20 years, as attacks against facilities in the energy-rich but impoverished nation increase in number and audacity.
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