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29 July 2009

Full report, Shell response, Amnesty rejoinder & related materials

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

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”....

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12 October 2009

Niger Delta - Shell, Elf want Ecowas court suit dismissed [Nigeria]

Author: Davidson Iriekpen, This Day [Nigeria]

Shell Petroleum Develop-ment Company (SPDC) and Elf Petroleum Nigeria Ltd have asked the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice in Abuja to dismiss a suit instituted against the oil companies by the Registered Trustees of the Socio-Economic Rights &...

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27 November 2009

Nigeria: UN Environment Programme launches assessment of oil-contaminated Ogoni region, paid for by Shell

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27 November 2009

UNEP Launches Assessment of Oil-Contaminated Sites in the Niger Delta

Author: UN Environment Programme (UNEP)

A major assessment of the impacts of oil production in the Ogoni region of the Niger Delta was jointly launched today by the Governor of Rivers State and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Bori, Nigeria. The assessment, which was...

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30 November 2009
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Author: Service d'information des Nations Unies

Une évaluation menée par le Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement (PNUE) avec le soutien du gouverneur de l'Etat de Rivers, au Nigéria, va analyser pendant un an l'impact de la production pétrolière en termes de pollution sur les eaux du...

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6 January 2010

2 workers shot dead at Chevron plant in Nigeria

Author: Jon Gambrell, Associated Press

Nigerian soldiers shot two contract workers dead and injured four others at an under-construction Chevron Corp. plant, causing a riot that left several buildings destroyed and halted operations, officials said Wednesday. .. Scott Walker, a spokesman...

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27 April 2010

Visible from space, deadly on Earth: the gas flares of Nigeria

Author: Daniel Howden, Independent [UK]

Shell's Opolo-Epie facility is the newest gas flare in the Niger Delta. And it gives the lie to claims from oil multinationals and the Nigerian government that they are close to bringing an end to the destructive and wasteful practice of gas flaring.....

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1 July 2010

Fishing Communities Lament Oil Spill In Akwa Ibom [Nigeria]

Author: Bernard Tolani Dada, Leadership [Nigeria]

As Mobil Producing Nigeria (MPN), an affiliate of…ExxonMobil confirmed another oil spill at its Qua Iboe oil fields…fishermen and several communities affected by the spill have continued to express their disgust and anguish over what they term as...

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4 July 2010

Gulf spill a familiar story in oil-soaked Nigeria

Author: Jon Gambrell, Associated Press

Oil powers [Nigeria]'s economy but is killing its southern shores. Villagers here say the spillage regularly washes ashore, ruining their fishing nets and meager livelihoods...While the world is transfixed by the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, oil...

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5 July 2010

Bonn Intl. Center for Conversion report says revenue transparency alone will not improve govt. & oil company accountability in Nigeria

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