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Full report, Shell response, Amnesty rejoinder & related materials

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 29 July 2009

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Shell to respond to a report by Amnesty International regarding its operations in Nigeria, “Nigeria: Petroleum, pollution and poverty in the Niger Delta”.
includes links to:
- press release & full report, 30 June [refers to Chevron, Eni, ExxonMobil, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Shell, Total]
- Shell response, 8 July
- Amnesty Intl. rejoinder, “Nigeria: Shell's response to Amnesty report is disappointing”, 20 July
- Shell public webchat, “Doing business in Nigeria: challenges and questions”, 23 July
- “Shell Disputes Amnesty Report on Nigeria”, Jad Mouwad, New York Times, 2 July
- “Nigeria oil company rejects damning Amnesty report”, CNN, 1 July [refers to Agip (part of ENI), Chevron, NNPC, Shell]

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Related companies: AGIP (part of Eni) Chevron Eni ExxonMobil Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Shell Total