Italian oil giant Eni SpA said on Wednesday it had shut off some crude production following sabotage on a Nigerian pipeline, in a reminder oil- supply disruption risks continue beyond hot spots such as Libya and Iraq. An Eni spokesman said a pipeline it operates in the central part of Nigeria’s Niger Delta had been shut, leading to the interruption of 4,000 barrels a day it gets from its 20% share in Nigerian Agip Oil Co. That implies an overall disruption of 20,000 barrels a day form the affected part of the whole venture. Eni’s disclosure confirmed information from a local activist, who said the pipeline had been blown up late Sunday. The activist has previously said Eni’s local operation is in a dispute with former security contractors on the project. The Eni spokesman didn’t confirm or deny the dispute. Though the disruption is small, it comes at a […]