-- Seaway pipeline reversal will dent U.S. oil demand for Nigerian crude
-- Refinery closures on the US East Coast have already seen demand dwindle in
the past year
-- India, Europe to consume excess Nigerian oil
LONDON (Dow Jones) The reversal of the Seaway oil pipeline in the U.S. last
week is set to have a wide-ranging impact on the oil market, changing global
trade flows as U.S. demand for oil from Nigeria--a traditional supply
hub--dwindles, analysts said Monday.