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Nigeria: Environmental group says gas project has potential to cause "unprecedented" loss of lives

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Company response
25 September 2007

Gaslink’s response to concerns about the potential of its pipelines project causing ‘unprecedented loss of lives’ in Lagos, Nigeria

Author: Gaslink Nigeria Ltd

Gaslink’s pipeline design incorporated international best practices...Gaslink [part of Oando] took it upon itself to double the pipeline depths of cover and also exceed the recommended international practice to ensure safety. Gaslink has put in place a strong safety and quality management system to check the gas facilities and to take action on issues when required. [refers to Gulf Interstate Engineering]

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Article
5 September 2007

Group Raises Alarm Over Gas Pipelines [Nigeria]

Author: Godwin Haruna, ThisDay [Nigeria]

Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria...has warned that Lagos State may soon witness unprecedented loss of lives and property...if environmental and safety concerns are left unaddressed in on-going pipeline projects in the city. Of particular concern to ERA/FoEN, is a pipeline project by Gaslink, an Oando Plc subsidiary...ERA/FoEN said the pipeline traverse densely populated communities...and that it was shocking that the pipes are laid very close to residential homes.

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