Nigerian firm says it can’t ship natural gas after flooding


              FILE- People stranded due to floods following several days of downpours In Kogi Nigeria, on Oct. 6, 2022. Nigerian state gas company has declared a force majeure after floods hindered gas operations, raising concerns among analysts about the West African nation's capacity to meet local and international demands. (AP Photo/Fatai Campbell, File)
            
              FILE- A woman walks along an oil pipeline in Warri, Nigeria, on Jan. 15, 2006. Nigerian state gas company has declared a force majeure after floods hindered gas operations, raising concerns among analysts about the West African nation's capacity to meet local and international demands. (AP Photo/George Osodi, File)
            
              FILE- A tank farm and oil trucks are half submerged after a downpour at an oil terminal in Lagos Nigeria, on July. 11, 2011. Nigerian state gas company has declared a force majeure after floods hindered gas operations, raising concerns among analysts about the West African nation's capacity to meet local and international demands. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba, File)
Nigerian firm says it can’t ship natural gas after flooding