Oil and Gas Sector Highlights

oil and gasOIL & GAS, monthly reviews of the different sectors of the nation’s economy as published by select local newspapers. 

2016 Highlights


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  • OPEC requires $10trn to meet oil demand –The Guardian
  • Crude oil prices hit 4-month high on OPEC speculation –The Guardian 
  • Oil price hits one-year high at $53 –Punch
  • Gas supply shortage worsens as generation rises to 4,202.7MW –The Guardian
  • Bionas (a Malaysian firm) invests $2.5bn on bio-diesel production in Nigeria –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria loses revenue as 85% petroleum products berth in Lome –Businessday 
  • Nigeria’s crude oil production rises by 280,700 bpd –The Guardian 
  • Oando, Forte Oil and 25 others get crude lifting contracts –Punch 
  • Nigeria seals $15bn oil and gas deal with India –The Guardian 
  • “Fuel imports will reduce by 60% in 2018”, says Ibe Kachikwu (Minister Of State, Petroleum Resources) –Punch 
  • NNPC and Total to consider lifting oil through rail –The Guardian 
  • 30 % of forex spent on fuel imports –Punch 
  • Nigeria lost N2trn to militancy and pipeline vandalism –Punch  
  • OPEC considers freeze on production of crude oil –Punch 
  • Nigeria among top 10 oil suppliers to US –Punch

  • Foreign currency inflow to oil and gas sector down to $8.09mn –The Guardian
  • SPDC JV trains youths in power plant operations –Punch 
  • Crude oil export to increase by 380,000b/d in days –Punch
  • Prices of kerosene and diesel hit over N300 per litre –The Guardian
  • FG targets 70% petroleum products export –The Guardian
  • Nigeria losing 1mn barrels of oil daily –Punch 
  • U.S. imports 234,000 barrels of oil from Nigeria –The Guardian 
  • OECD countries upstage OPEC in oil earnings –The Guardian 
  • Uncertainty over deepwater projects as FG reviews contracts –Punch 
  • Forcados and Qua Iboe shutdowns hit Seven Energy –Punch 
  • Sacked Mobil workers demand N11.4bn terminal benefits –Punch 
  • NDPR to increase refining capacity to 11,000 bpd –Punch
  • Nigeria loses 79mn barrels of crude through vandalism –Punch 
  • Nigeria records biggest drop in oil output –Punch 
  • Global oil glut set to last till mid-2017 –Punch
  • Siemens supports local content with service centre workshop –The Guardian 
  • NLNG renews commitment to Train 7 plant –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria earns N1.7trn from crude oil export in Q2 2016 –The Guardian  
  • 11 oil blocks to expire this year as PIB delays licensing round –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria loses out on global energy investment chart –The Guardian 
  • Conoil posts N1.6bn pre-tax profit in H1 2016 –The Guardian  
  • Undeclared oil shipment: FG sues Agip and Total for $635mn –Punch  
  • Oando signs $115.8mn midstream agreement with Helios Investment Partners –Businessday 
  • Canadian Petroleum buys into oil-prone block offshore –Businessday 
  • Nigeria to regain position as Africa’s largest crude producer –Businessday 
  • OPEC to cut production by 750,000 barrels per day –Punch 
  • FG owes oil firms $8.1bn in cash calls –Punch

  • House of Representatives to cancel IOCs contracts over local content policy –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria’s shallow, onshore production output decreased by 70% –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria among first countries to implement EITI standards –Punch 
  • Nigeria records 26% job cut in oil production –Vanguard 
  • Marketers insist petrol should sell for N151.87/litre –Punch 
  • NLNG subsidiary cuts workers’ salaries by 50% –Punch
  • Shell executes subsea projects in Nigeria; saves $30mn –Punch 
  • SNEPCo saves $6mn for refurbished subsea tree –The Guardian 
  • NNPC and Benue State to collaborate on ethanol project –The Guardian 
  • IPMAN and NIMEX Petroleum Group to import 100,000mt of petrol –The Guardian 
  • PPMC makes N957.78bn from white products (petrol, diesel and jet fuel) The Guardian 
  • Global exploration and production market to hit $5.56trn –The Guardian
  • Chevron spends $3.6bn on local content –The Guardian 
  • United States oil import from Nigeria drops to 4.7mb –The Guardian 
  • FG orders massive importation of kerosene –Punch
  • Gas price rises by 60% –Punch
  • Nigeria may lose over $25bn to NLNG Act amendment –The Guardian 
  • EIA expects Nigeria’s oil production to remain low till 2017 –The Guardian
  • NNPC records 1,447 pipeline vandalism cases in five months –Punch 
  • Nigeria loses N11bn daily as oil exports suffer –Punch
  • Nigeria loses 560,000 barrels to vandals in five months –The Guardian
  • Oil industry loans account for $2.2trn The Guardian 

 

  • Oil prices go up as global markets recover post-Brexit The Guardian 
  • FG requires $10bn for gas industrial park –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria to save $5bn from gas development –The Guardian 
  • FG earns N724bn from oil in 3 months –Punch 
  • Oando announces N4.1bn profit for Q1 2016 –Punch 
  • Oando completes N70.5bn downstream business recapitalisation –The Guardian 
  • Blooming Faith Petroleum Limited plans 200,000bpd refinery in Akwa Ibom State –The Guardian 
  • Belemaoil increases production to 3,000bpd –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria’s private sector gas invoice arrears hit N100bn –The Guardian 
  • Export of Qua Iboe crude oil suffers set-back –The Guardian 
  • Operators cut $300bn spending in two years The Guardian 
  • Baru (General Managing Director, NNPC) prioritises payment of cash calls to IOCs–The Guardian 
  • U.S. oil production to hit 18.6mn bpd in 2040 –The Guardian 
  • Dorman Long renews commitment to local content development –The Guardian 
  • “Nigeria’s crude output increased in June”, says OPEC Punch
  • Oando to report lower earnings in 2016 Q2 –Punch
  • Increased output in Nigeria and Middle East consolidates OPEC’s market share –The Guardian 
  • NETCO seeks more roles in refineries’ rehabilitation –The Guardian 
  • NETCO grows profit by 160% –Punch 
  • Russian firm to build 7,000bpd refinery in Calabar –Businessday 
  • Oil services sector seeks $600mn local content investment –Punch 
  • NCDMB, BoI create $100mn fund for oil operators –Punch
  • Attacks on oil installations causes Nigeria to lose N53bn oil revenue in 3 months –Punch
  • NNPC gets marching order on exploration of oil in the North-East –Businessday 
  • More trouble for Nigeria’s oil sector as pipeline explosion rocks Akwa Ibom State –Businessday 
  • Forcados shutdown: Nigeria loses N356.6bn in five months –Punch 
  • Shell’s production in Nigeria drops by 41% –Punch 

 

  • “Nigeria remains a top gas flaring country”, says EIA –The Guardian 
  • Firms failed to pay N111bn for oil blocks –Punch 
  • Gulf OPEC members may revive global oil output –The Guardian 
  • Seplat targets over $500mn investment in gas business in 2016 –The Guardian
  • Agip and Aiteo lose 140,000bpd of crude oil –Punch 
  • Shell to exit ten countries –The Guardian 
  • US and Indian refiners shun Nigeria’s oil amid outages –Punch 
  • Govt secures order against Atlantic Energy Drilling Concepts and others over $1. 7bn debt claims–The Guardian
  • NNPC lifts N1.2trn crude oil in 12 months –The Guardian 
  • Govt structures budget support for states on monthly basis –The Guardian
  • “Part of $12.9bn NLNG dividend reinvested”, says NNPC –Punch
  • U.S. crude oil imports from Nigeria and Angola hit 354,000bpd –The Guardian
  • OPEC members’ net oil export earnings may crash to $341bn US imports of Nigerian oil rise by 558% –The Guardian
  • “NNPC withheld $12.9bn in eight years”, says NEITI –Punch
  • NNPC unpaid bills hit $1.8bn–Punch 
  • Oil prices rise above $50 a barrel on Brexit moves –The Guardian
  • Nigerian firm cuts gas supply to Ghana –Punch
  • AFC and Harith merge $3.3bn African power assets –Punch
  • Inadequate JV funding delays gas-gathering projects in Shell –Punch 
  • “Fuel importation will end in 2019”, says Kachikwu (Minister of State, Petroleum Resources) –Punch 
  • FG opens talks with Australia on safe mining –Punch 
  • Oil prices recover with global markets –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria to benefit from $7mn award on clean energy projects –The Guardian
  • NNPC and NIPCO fuel distribution deal hits 1.8bn litres mark –The Guardian 

 

  • FG to pay subsidy on petrol from savings –Punch
  • OPEC oil output surge as Iraq and Iran growth offset outages from Nigeria and other countries –Businessday 
  • Nigeria’s oil exports drop as 20 cargoes remain unsold –The Guardian  
  • Lagos joins oil producing states with huge gas reserves of 650bcf –Thisday 
  • Nigeria oil output hits 22-year low on renewed unrest –The Guardian 
  • Shell warns on crude exports from Nigeria’s Bonny terminal –The Guardian
  • Nigeria loses 400,000bpd as Shell declares force majeure –Punch
  • “Nigeria losing 800,000 barrels of oil daily”, says Kachikwu (Minister of State, Petroleum Resources) –Punch
  • FG pays petrol marketers N48.2bn subsidy arrears –Punch
  • May/June delivery of Bonny Light and Qua Iboe crude oil suffers setback –The Guardian
  • Eni cuts production by 4,200 barrels per day –The Guardian 
  • Dangote assures of refinery’s completion by 2018 –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria risks losing oil buyers to Iran and Saudi Arabia –Punch

 

  • Major oil marketers assure of fuel stability this quarter –Businessday 
  • Govt's JV funding gulps N833.8bn –The Guardian
  • Forte Oil mulls upstream business to raise $500mn for expansion –The Guardian
  • Integrated Oil and Gas $160mn modular refinery to come on stream by the end of 2016 –Businessday
  • Forte Oil to raise about $503mn to fund expansion –Businessday 
  • Total lifts Nigeria's gas output with $5.7bn investment –The Guardian 
  • Shell pays Nigerian govt $42bn oil revenue in four years –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria may lose LNG high production ranking –The Guardian  
  • NIPCO raises storage facilities to 84mn litres –The Guardian
  • Nigeria's oil output drops further as Agip declares force majeure on Brass River –The Guardian 
  • “150,000 jobs lost in Nigeria’s oil industry”, says PENGASSAN –Punch  
  • Shell divests interest in three oil blocks –The Guardian  
  • OPEC requires $10trn to bridge investment gap in oil and gas business –The Guardian  
  • DPR impounds NNPC and Conoil trucks for fuel diversion –Punch 

 

  • Niger Delta E&P plans to raise additional $400mn –The Guardian
  • Energy dominates Nigeria’s $3.2bn merger and acquisition deals in 2015 –The Guardian
  • Nation’s crude oil production to decline by 70,000bpd –The Guardian
  • FG to unbundle NNPC into 30 companies –ThisDay
  • Self-dispensing filling station debuts in Lagos –Vanguard 
  • OPEC members rake in $18.7 bn from OFID –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria loses 300,000bpd to attack on Forcados pipeline –ThisDay
  • FG needs $500mn to fix refineries for efficiency –BusinessDay
  • Hope rises for oil prices as U.S. shale production declines further –The Guardian
  • Government targets export market for fuel by 2018 –The Guardian 
  • NNPC and oil firms earn N65bn from gas export –Vanguard 
  • Nigeria and Iraq cut OPEC’s output by 175,000bpd –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria's crude oil earnings drop by 40.3% to N9.8trn –The Guardian
  • DPR blames IOCs for pipeline crisis in Nigeria –Vanguard 
  • Govt plans independent ownership of oil pipelines –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria earns N1.94trn from crude export in 3 months –Vanguard 
  • Oil price slump reduces sector output by N3.6trn –Punch
  • Shell increases gas production to boost power generation –Punch 
  • China reduces import of Nigerian crude oil –Punch

 

  • FG to save $1bn from direct crude sales –BusinessDay 
  • Modest exploration and production activities projected for West Africa in 2016 –BusinessDay 
  • Upstream projects deferred in Nigeria and Angola as low crude price persists –BusinessDay 
  • NNPC posts N267bn loss in 2015 –BusinessDay
  • NNPC to engage more kerosene marketers for product availability –BusinessDay
  • FG moved to pay NNPC's N800bn debt and increase oil output –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria's oil giant Shoreline to cut staff by 30% –BusinessDay 
  • PPPRA signals possible further reduction in petrol pump price –BusinessDay 
  • Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna refineries may become obsolete by 2018 –BusinessDay 
  • Forte Oil posts N5.79bn profit in 2015–The Guardian 

 

  • Africa's oil supply to decline by 30,000bpd in 2016 –The Guardian
  • Nigeria's new Eurobond yields to near 10% on oil –BusinessDay
  • Infighting delays implementation of UN report on Ogoni land –BusinessDay
  • Refineries to ramp up production to over 10mn litres at the end of January –BusinessDay
  • Crude oil price drops below $35 for first time since 2004 –ThisDay
  • IMF wants presidency to publish NNPC2 finances monthly –The Guardian 
  • “Nigeria losing N80bn daily to petroleum products smuggling” ,says Capt. Niyi Labinjo (NISA Chairman) –Vanguard 
  • NNPC plans first oil assets IPO for 2018 –BusinessDay
  • NNPC wins Reuters 2015 oil deal award –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria loses $1bn annually to unpaid gas flare fines –BusinessDay
  • Nigeria earns N3.27trn from oil in 10 months –BusinessDay
  • Nigeria loses N470mn daily from Escravos pipeline attack –BusinessDay 
  • Oil firm to sack 700 workers –Punch 
  • Oil prices drop by 3.5 %; demand slides to one-year low –The Guardian 
  • Seplat Petroleum expects $600mn revenue for 2015 –The Guardian 
  • Marketers accuse FG of encouraging market monopoly –Vanguard

 


  • “Oil firms pay $293bn taxes in six years”, says NEITI –The Guardian 
  • Petrol to cost N97/litre with subsidy off –BusinessDay 
  • China, Nigeria and India may emerge top energy markets by 2035 –The Guardian 
  • Oil prices fall below government's 2016 budget benchmark –The Guardian 
  • Oriental Energy takes full operational control of Ebok fields –BusinessDay 
  • Global oil demand to hit 110mbpd by 2040 –The Guardian 
  • NUPENG to suspend fuel supply to LASG2 over N224mn debt –The Guardian 
  • NNPC to sell petrol at N86/litre from 1st January 2016 –The Guardian   

  • NNPC records N38.7bn from sale of petroleum products in September –Vanguard 
  • NNPC records N336.8bn deficit, as subsidy crude theft increases –The Guardian 
  • FG approves immediate payment of N413bn subsidy claims –The Guardian 
  • Nigeria takes back-seat in $614bn global renewable energy market –BusinessDay 
  • Ogun State renewed interest in Olokola FTZ signals re-investments in N2trn OKLNG project –BusinessDay 
  • “85 % of NNPC losses are from PPMC”, says Kachikwu (Minister of State for Petroleum) –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria needs $20bn annual investment in oil/gas industry –BusinessDay 
  • Marketers demand probe of PPPRA over Fuel Import Allocations –ThisDay 
  • FIRS identifies over 200 non-complaint oil/gas companies –BusinessDay 
  • Oando boosts reserves by $1.8bn –The Guardian 
  • Seplat remains profitable despite oil crash –BusinessDay 

  • Nigeria's oil export suffers setback as Shell shuts Forcados terminal –The Guardian 
  • Despite Nigeria's declining oil receipts, OPEC foresees oil prices recovery in 2016 –BusinessDay 
  • Oando invests $1bn on facility to ease fuel discharge –BusinessDay  
  • Shell to encourage investors in low carbon energy development –BusinessDay 
  • FG to allow oil firms borrow to fund JV operations –BusinessDay  
  • World Bank revises oil price forecast to $52 –BusinessDay
  • Daily fuel subsidy drops to N412.8mn –The Guardian 
  • IOCs in dark as NNPC fails to issue directive on 2015 JV budget –BusinessDay  
  • Pressure from high freight rates dampen Nigerian crude oil demand –BusinessDay  
  • 278 firms bid for Nigerian crude oil grades –BusinessDay 

  • Nigeria exports N2.1trn petroleum products in second quarter- The Guardian
  • NNPC to deploy drones to fight oil theft - Businessday
  • NEPC:"Nigeria's Non-Oil Export Nose-dived in 2014“ - Thisday
  • Subsidy payment delay hits oil marketers' earnings - Businessday
  • NNPC secures $1.2bn alternative funding for 36 oil wells - Businessday 
  • Worldwide offshore oil rigs drop to 304 - The Guardian 
  • Nigeria's daily fuel subsidy falls to N889.44mn - The Guardian 
  • Nigeria's innovative marine transport of crude helped cut costs, pollution - Businessday
  • Conoil records N359.4mn profits amid delayed subsidy payments - Businessday 
  • Nigeria produces 95,471 metric tonnes of gas - The Guardian
  • Nigeria's oil export suffers setback as Shell shuts Forcados terminal - The Guardian 

  • Exxon Mobil to commit $3bn for gas utilisation projects over five years –BusinessDay 
  • Oil crash exposes Nigeria's marginal global trade influence –BusinessDay  
  • Government may privatise four refineries –The Guardian
  • NNPC slammed for failing to recover full value for oil –BusinessDay 
  • “NNPC should sell refineries instead of perpetual TAM”, says Austin Avuru (MD/CEO Seplat) –BusinessDay  
  • Job cuts and Q2 earnings reveal impact of low crude oil prices –BusinessDay 
  • NLNG faults NEITI on non-remittance of $11.6bn to Federation Account –ThisDay  
  • “Unpaid government debts hurting sales”, says Forte Oil Officials –BusinessDay 
  • Seplat targets 500mn scfpd gas output by 2017 –The Guardian  
  • NLNG hits 3,200 LNG cargo exports –BusinessDay  
  • Nigeria records N858bn loss to vandalism and oil theft –The Guardian 
  • Brent crude falls below $45 for first time since 2009 –BusinessDay 

  • Nigeria risks losing $10bn FDI to NLNG 'Train 7' project's delay –The Guardian  
  • Helios, Vitol linked firm takes N62bn stake in Oando downstream –BusinessDay 
  • Fighting market share: Nigeria slashes crude oil prices –BusinessDay  
  • OPEC over-supplies dampen rise in oil prices –BusinessDay  
  • South Korean refiners to increase spot crude imports from MEA producers including Nigeria –BusinessDay 
  • Oil falls more than 3% after Greek “No” –BusinessDay 
  • Nigerian refineries record zero output in Q1 –The Guardian 
  • OPEC sees more balanced oil market in 2016 -Businessday
  • 2015 energy prices to be 39% lower than 2014 –BusinessDay 
  • World Bank projects crude oil to average $57 per barrel in 2015 –BusinessDay
  • Seplat reports H1'15 revenue decline to $247.586mn –BusinessDay 

  • Oil marketers accuse DPR of extortion in licensing permits – ThisDay 
  • Nigerians feel strain as oil slide hits main street – BusinessDay
  • US becomes the world's biggest oil producer in 2014 – BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria's gas sector legacy debts reach N40bn – BusinessDay 
  • OPEC 2014 exports fall below $1trn – BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria spends N4.5trn on fuel subsidy in seven years – The Guardian 

  • NNPC audit ignored N296bn condensate market –Punch 
  • Q1 results reveal insight on impact of low crude oil price –BusinessDay 
  • Total Nigeria profit falls the most in two years –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria oil/gas merger deals' value reaches $17bn since 2010 –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria's oil output rises by 19,000 bpd in April 2015 –BusinessDay 
  • OPEC may not reclaim crude oil market share soon, says IEA –BusinessDay
  • Oil price recovery gains hindered by Nigeria's stranded cargoes –BusinessDay 

  • Oil plunge puts N390bn hole in investor's pocket –BusinessDay 
  • Oil output retrained by Forcados, Nembe creek pipelines outages –BusinessDay 
  • Dangote, Televeras and others seen creating fuel sufficiency in Nigeria, West Africa by 2017 –BusinessDay 
  • Oil firms use creative financing to stay afloat –BusinessDay 
  • Chevron slashes investments on oil price collapse –BusinessDay 
  • Crude oil storage revives West Africa-US crude market –BusinessDay 
  • OPEC January 2015 crude output rises –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria exports N9.5trn crude oil and N923.5bn of NLG –The Guardian
  • Government study team questions NNPC's 25 year old subsidy regime –BusinessDay 
  • Small Nigerian oil producers may merge to survive price slump –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria's oil output shoots up by 44,000 barrels per day –BusinessDay 
  • Natural Gas Liquid production hit over 1.1mn tonnes in 2014 –BusinessDay
  • World Bank gives $1bn in risk financing for African gas –BusinessDay 
  • Rising oil receipts fail to help naira comeback –BusinessDay
  • Low prices may hinder development of Africa's new discoveries –BusinessDay 
  • Oil rises towards $61 –BusinessDay 
  • UK's jet fuel demand creates export opportunity for Nigeria –BusinessDay 

  • Chevron formally writes to transfer OMLs 53 and 55 in defiance of Supreme Court advice – BusinessDay 
  • FG pays N100bn to oil marketers to ease fuel scarcity –BusinessDay 
  • Oando receives N50bn payout despite slump in oil price –ThisDay 
  • Lekki refineries to create 8,000 jobs, says Fashola –BusinessDay 
  • Oil producer Afren defaults on 2016 bonds as shares fall –BusinessDay 
  • 2,150 barrels per day milestone reached as Qua Iboe hits first oil –The Guardian 
  • Seplat gives 90% of contracts to local contractors –BusinessDay  
  • NNPC renews pipelines protection contracts for communities –ThisDay
  • Nigeria's current account to widen on oil –BusinessDay  
  • OPEC output slides on lower production in Nigeria –The Guardian  
  • Shell gives conditions for new investment in oil and gas sector –BusinessDay 
  • Elections likely to delay oil sector reforms –BusinessDay 
  • IOCs seek fresh negotiations with FG on funding for oil and gas projects –ThisDay 
  • FG ponders longer term period for crude oil lifting contracts –BusinessDay
  • Dangote increases petroleum refinery capacity to 650,000bpd in 2017 –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria among biggest losers from falling oil prices –The Guardian 
  • OPEC halts global shale revolution –BusinessDay 
  • Oil price slide deters theft in Nigeria - ThisDay 
  • NNPC, Shell and Aiteo conclude sale of OML 29 and Nembe Creek Trunkline –ThisDay 
  • Nigeria set for gas revolution with flags off of Ogidigben Industrial Park –BusinessDay 
  • Mobil's profit rise 84% despite subsidy and devaluation pressures –BusinessDay

  • Oil plunge puts N390bn hole in investor's pocket –BusinessDay
  • Oil output retrained by Forcados, Nembe creek pipelines outages –BusinessDay 
  • Dangote, Televeras and others seen creating fuel sufficiency in Nigeria, West Africa by 2017 –BusinessDay 
  • Oil firms use creative financing to stay afloat –BusinessDay 
  • Chevron slashes investments on oil price collapse –BusinessDay 
  • Crude oil storage revives West Africa-US crude market –BusinessDay 
  • OPEC January 2015 crude output rises –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria exports N9.5trn crude oil and N923.5bn of NLG –The Guardian
  • Government study team questions NNPC's 25 year old subsidy regime –BusinessDay 
  • Small Nigerian oil producers may merge to survive price slump –BusinessDay 
  • Nigeria's oil output shoots up by 44,000 barrels per day –BusinessDay 
  • Natural Gas Liquid production hit over 1.1mn tonnes in 2014 –BusinessDay 
  • World Bank gives $1bn in risk financing for African gas –BusinessDay 
  • Rising oil receipts fail to help naira comeback –BusinessDay 
  • Low prices may hinder development of Africa's new discoveries –BusinessDay
  • Oil rises towards $61 BusinessDay 
  • UK's jet fuel demand creates export opportunity for Nigeria –BusinessDay 

 

 

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