A company spokesman said on Friday that Shell has lifted the force majeure on exports of Nigeria’s main export crude, Bonny Light, Platts reports.

Shell had declared the force majeure on Bonny Light liftings on June 8 following the shutdown of the Trans Niger Pipeline after a sabotage attack on the line by suspected oil thieves.

“The force majeure on Bonny Light exports was lifted effective 12:00 hrs [local time] on Wednesday, June 28, after the repair of the sabotage leak on the SPDC JV’s Trans Niger Pipeline,” the spokesman said.