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19 February 2009

Nigeria: Indigenes sue oil companies

Author: Victor Emeruwa, Africa News

Eight oil communities have instituted a law suit against Shell, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Agip [part of ENI] and the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation for what it called gross injustice and unfairness to the host communities. “Shell since 1996...

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7 October 2008

[video] Extracting troubles - Kashagan oil field

Author: Friends of the Earth, CEE Bankwatch, Campaign for the Reform of the World Bank, Bank Track, Centre Globus

The Kashagan oil field…is developed by…oil companies including Eni, Total, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Shell, Inpex and KazMunayGaz with financial support from…BNP Paribas, Citigroup, Societè Generale, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Mitsubishi...

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17 June 2008

UN calls for human rights accountability - Community appeals in Kazakhstan and Nicaragua

Author: Bretton Woods Project

A UN report says the World Bank's investment arbitration facility is at odds with the protection of human rights. The CAO [Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman] has found that the IFC violated its own standards in Kazakhstan, and a new complaint has been...

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14 May 2008

Nigerians seek damages from Shell over pollution

Author: Arthur Max, Associated Press

Four Nigerian villagers and an environmental group are demanding oil company Shell take responsibility for damage from oil leaks caused by its Nigerian subsidiary, lawyers said Wednesday. The letters...accuse the company of...improperly maintaining...

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5 December 2007

Kazakhstan: Report raises concerns about environmental, social & health effects of Kashagan oil field development

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5 December 2007

[PDF] Kashagan oil field development [Kazakhstan]

Author: Darek Urbaniak (FOE Europe), Elena Gerebizza (CRBM Italy), Gwenael Wasse (FOE France), Manana Kochladze (CEE Bankwatch)

...[T]his Report aims to increase awareness about possible negative impacts of the Kashagan oil field development...[E]vidence...raises serious concerns about environmental, social and health effects…[T]he Agip Kazakhstan North Caspian Operating...

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10 January 2007

AIDS: On the Brink [Nigeria]

Author: Colin Macilwain, Nature

...NLNG [Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas - jointly owned by Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell, Total, Agip (part of ENI)]...has chosen Bonny Island for an experiment that could change the face of public health in the entire Niger...

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1 December 2006

Niger Delta: What Nigeria must do now

Author: Commission of Nobel Laureates on Peace, Equity & Development in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria - signed by Elie Wiesel, J.M. Coetzee, José Ramos-Horta, Harold Pinter & 61 other Nobel Laureates

The Commission of Nobel Laureates on Peace, Equity and Development in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria is an endeavour of the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity (EWF)... The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that over 4,000 oil spills discharging...

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1 December 2006

Nigeria: 65 Nobel laureates call on oil companies to publish audits of revenues, invest more in community development, address environmental damage

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11 April 2006

Nigeria: Court orders Shell to stop gas flaring - gives Shell 6 weeks to come up with detailed plan

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