YENAGOA, Nigeria - Italian oil firm Eni SpA says a pipeline carrying some of its crude out of Nigeria's oil-rich southern delta has been attacked.
The oil company said Monday that its Obama-Brass pipeline was damaged by an act of "sabotage" near Obama town in Bayelsa state.
Military spokesman Lt. Col. Timothy Antigha said Tuesday that if it is a case of sabotage, they would find the culprits.
Eni says it has not declared any shipment warnings and that the incident will have a "very small impact" on production.
Militants in the Niger Delta began a campaign of kidnapping and pipeline bombings in 2006, upset over pollution and the region's endemic poverty despite 50 years of oil production.