The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) have threatened to target oil installations in Nigeria’s oil-producing region and complained about various political problems.
Niger Delta Avengers
Nigerian militants today threatened to unleash their “most deadly” wave of attacks on oil installations.
On Valentine's Day last year Austin Avuru saw his company’s production stifled by 85% overnight.
A militant group emerged in 2016 calling itself the Niger Delta Avengers in the West African country.
Four guards have been killed by gunmen at a facility operated by the Nigerian subsidiary of Eni, according to officials.
A Nigerian militant group said today that it had attacked sections of the Nembe Creek pipeline in response to the armed force’s presence in the southern Niger Delta.
Shell has shut down an Escravos crude oil flow station in Nigeria's Niger Delta after villagers demanding aid staged a protest.
Militants have reportedly bombed an oil pipeline in the Niger Delta region.
Militants have resumed attacks in the Niger Delta region after a brief ceasefire.
A commander of a Nigerian militant group has attacked a pipeline in the Niger Delta region, according to reports.
Militants in the Niger Delta have attacked another pipeline a day after regional leaders made a number of demands to President Muhammadu Buhari.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari met with leaders from the Niger Delta and representatives of militant groups after attacks on oil facilities in the region.
A Nigerian oil workers union has confirmed an attack on a pipeline operated by the country's state oil firm NNPC.
A Nigerian militant group has claimed responsibility for an attack on Thursday on a crude pipeline operated by state-firm NNPC in the Niger Delta.
Nigeria said its military has made an arrest of a suspected leader of the Niger Delta Avengers militant group.
A militant group has taken responsibility for an attack on a pipeline operated by the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC).
Nigeria resumed payments to former militants in the oil-rich Niger River delta and the military targeted gangs involved in sabotage of pipelines, as the government responded to sustained attacks on infrastructure that dragged crude production back to an almost 30-year low.
They sound like superheroes from a Marvel movie, but the Niger Delta Avengers are real and they’re crippling Africa’s largest economy.
Militant group the Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) has vowed to start attacking personnel as it continues its fight for oil assets in the West African country.
Militants in Nigeria have attacked a crude oil pipeline in the Niger Delta Region.
Nigeria’s oil wells and pipelines are being blown up again. The rebel group claiming responsibility says it wants to expose corruption and earn justice for impoverished local communities in the oil-rich Niger River delta. Attacks resumed this year after Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari ended security contracts and payments that had turned earlier militants into protectors and achieved relative peace since 2010. Oil accounts for two-thirds of Nigeria’s government revenue, and almost all of its exports. Nigeria produced 1.4 million barrels a day in May, the lowest in 27 years, according to the International Energy Agency.
The Niger Delta Avengers (BDA) have threatened to target ExxonMobil's staff if it tries to repair its Que Iboe 48-inch Crude Oil Export Pipeline in Akwa Ibom.
The Niger Delta Avengers have claimed responsibility for an attack on Chevron’s oil facility in Nigeria.
Nigerian militants have called for a referendum on breaking up the country's federation.
Nigeria kept exporting crude oil at a largely steady pace throughout last month, despite repeated militant attacks on its infrastructure.