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27 May 2016

Nigeria: Militants blow up Shell, Agip pipelines; companies evacuate some of their workers

Author: Hilary Uguru, Associated Press, in ABC News (Australia)

"Militants Blow up Shell, Agip Pipelines in Nigeria", 28 May 2016...

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28 March 2016

Nigeria: NGO report alleges major gas leakage along Agip pipeline, demands lasting action from oil company

In a recent field report, Environmental Rights Action/ Friends of the Earth Nigeria raised alarm over a major gas leakage from an underwater gas pipeline beneath Taylor Creek at Kalaba community, in the State of Bayelsa. The pipeline is operated by...

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2 February 2016

Nigeria: Massive oil spills follow bombings of Agip pipelines in Niger Delta - oil firms must remediate, but Amnesty says cleanup often ineffective

Author: Vice News (USA)

"Pipeline Attacks in the Niger Delta Trigger What Could Be the Biggest Oil Spill in Years", 1 Feb. 2016...

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24 November 2015

Nigeria: Communities in Bayelsa state suffering from recurrent Agip oil spills - parliament urges company to clean up spills

Following the explosion of a pipeline belonging to Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) in Bayelsa State that left 13 people dead and several others injured in July 2015, communities in Bayelsa have reported recurrent oil spills from NAOC pipelines....

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2 August 2015

Nigeria: Explosion at Agip oil field kills 13; includes company statement

Thirteen people died while several others sustained injuries after the explosion of a pipeline operated by Agip, a subsidiary of ENI.  Media items as well as a statement from ENI relating to this incident are provided below:

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17 September 2014

Business & human rights in Africa: Time for a responsibility revolution

A regional overview...

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15 September 2014

Gas flaring lawsuit (re oil companies in Nigeria)

Gas flaring (the practice of burning off natural gas associated with oil production) has been illegal in Nigeria since 1984.  Companies may only flare if they have ministerial consent.  The Nigerian Government has imposed a number of deadlines for...

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22 July 2014
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Author: Nnimmo Bassey, Pambazuka News

"Le pillage des ressources du continent constituent une nouvelle vague de colonisation", 21 juillet 2014...

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20 November 2013

Amnesty, CEHRD report alleges manipulation of oil spill probes by Shell & Agip

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 7 November 2013, Amnesty International in partnership with Centre for Environment, Human Rights & Development launched a report, which alleges that the oil companies Shell and Agip (part of Eni) have been manipulating investigations into oil...

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9 November 2013
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Author: Luca Pisapia, Il Fatto Quotidiano (Italia)

Un...report di Amnesty International intitolato “Cattiva Informazione” accusa le compagnie petrolifere, in particolar modo Agip e Shell, di falsificare i documenti riguardanti le fuoriuscite di petrolio nel Delta del Niger...[S]crive Amnesty [che]...

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