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14 April 2005

Ogoni: Nigerian Bulldozers Smash Shanty Town in Oil City

Author: Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation

Government bulldozers rolled in to smash hundreds of homes and a church in a Nigerian shanty town backing onto a site run by...[Nigerian Agip Oil Company, joint venture Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, ENI, ConocoPhillips]...no effort has been...

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21 April 2005

[DOC] Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) statement in response to alleged involvement in the demolition of homes in Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Author: Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC)

NAOC [joint venture Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, ENI, ConocoPhillips] is not involved at all in the demolition of homes in the so called ‘Agip Waterside’ area. This area, despite its name, is not of NAOC property. NAOC has nothing to do...

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27 May 2005

Oil piracy and gas dragons [Nigeria]

Author: Tony Carnie, Mercury [So. Africa]

According to Oyi [Chimela Oyi, Chairman of Youth Committee in Oshie, Nigeria], the villagers were pleased at the arrival of the Nigeria Agip Oil Company, which is jointly owned by the government [Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)], Agip,...

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30 May 2005

Shell shifts deadline on gas flaring [Nigeria]

Author: Yakubu Lawal, Sulaiman Salau & Kelvin Ebiri, Guardian [Nigeria]

Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) and its partners have extended the gas flare date by one year. Instead of the 2008 target, the company said that it would achieve the goal in their area of operations in the Niger-Delta by 2009.....

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20 June 2005

Communities sue oil companies and the Nigerian government to stop gas flaring

Author: Climate Justice Programme

...communities from across the Niger Delta have filed a case in the Federal High Court of Nigeria against the Shell, ExxonMobil, ChevronTexaco [Chevron], TotalFinaElf [Total] and Agip [part of ENI] joint venture companies, the Nigerian National...

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20 June 2005
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Author: Les Amis de la Terre

Des communautés de l'ensemble du delta du Niger, soutenues par Environmental Rights Action/Les Amis de la Terre - Nigeria...déposent aujourd'hui une plainte contre le Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) et le gouvernement nigérian ainsi qu'à...

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20 June 2005

Nigeria communities try legal action to end flaring

Author: Reuters

Communities from Nigeria's oil-producing Niger Delta are suing the government and international oil companies to stop the flaring of natural gas, an environmental activist backing the action said on Monday...The legal claim is against the Nigerian...

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20 June 2005
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Author: Climate Justice Programme & Environmental Right Action / les Amis de la Terre

Shell, ExxonMobil, ChevronTexaco, Agip et TotalFinaElf, associés en consortium avec l'entreprise publique Nigérian National Petroleum, ont porté les volumes de gaz brûlés jusqu'à des records mondiaux.

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6 September 2005

Legal Remedies for the Resource Curse - A Digest of Experience in Using Law to Combat Natural Resource Corruption

Author: Open Society Justice Initiative

Legal Remedies for the Resource Curse is a digest of practical experience in using law to combat corruption across jurisdictions. When resource extraction companies can obtain oil, diamonds, gold, coltan, timber, and other natural resources through...

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3 November 2005

full report: "Ten years on: injustice and violence haunt the oil Delta"

Author: Amnesty International

[refers to Chevron, Shell, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) (joint venture Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, ENI, ConocoPhillips)]

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