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12 April 2011

The struggle to end gas flaring [Nigeria]

Author: Oluwaseyi Bangudu, 234next [Nigeria]

After decades of being challenged by local and foreign industry watchers, the Shell...yesterday announced that it has signed a contract...for a pipeline system that will gather associated gas from being flared...“This is an extremely important project...

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10 May 2011

ECOWAS Court lets 7 oil companies off hook [Nigeria]

Author: West Africa Democracy Radio

The ECOWAS Court of Justice sitting in Abuja has let seven oil companies off the hook in an environmental degradation suit filed against them by a non-governmental organisation. The court said on Monday it did not have jurisdiction to try the...

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1 July 2011

[PDF] Nigeria's Petroleum Industry Bill: Improving sector performance through strong transparency and accountability provisions

Author: Aaron Sayne, Facility for Oil Sector Transparency in Nigeria (FOSTER)

If the final Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) contains strong transparency and accountability provisions, Nigeria’s oil sector performance has real opportunity to improve. Transparency encourages competition, discourages illicit behavior and attracts...

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8 July 2011

[DOC] eni response re alleged unfair treatment by eni, including deaths

Author: eni

Over the last three years eni invested more than 27 million euro in Nigerian projects that promote local development and aim to improve the living conditions of local people...Since the beginning NAOC [Nigerian Agip Oil Company] has developed and...

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4 August 2011

[PDF] UNEP Ogoniland Oil Assessment Reveals Extent of Environmental Contamination and Threats to Human Health [Nigeria]

Author: United Nations Environment Programme

A major new independent scientific assessment, carried out by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), shows that pollution from over 50 years of oil operations in the region has penetrated further and deeper than many may have supposed…and...

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8 August 2011
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Author: AFP

Le géant pétrolier Shell, épinglé dans une récente étude de l'ONU sur la pollution pétrolière au Nigeria, prend très au sérieux ce document, a assuré lundi le groupe, tout en maintenant que les actes de vandalisme étaient la cause principale des fuites...

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19 August 2011
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Author: Pauline Rey-Brahimi, Novethic [France]

Un rapport du PNUE (Programme des Nations Unies pour l'Environnement) confirme une pollution massive du pays Ogoni liée à l'activité pétrolière et pointe notamment la responsabilité de Shell qui a exploité la zone jusqu'en 1993...Diligenté par le...

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24 August 2011

Nigeria's oil-tainted Ogoni weary of blame game

Author: Austin Ekeinde, Reuters

[V]eteran Nigerian fisherman Suagelo Kpalap gives a shrug of resignation at the mention of the latest twist in an oil spill blame game he's watched for decades. A U.N. report...told Kpalap and the other inhabitants of Ogoniland...what they've known...

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3 October 2011

[PDF] Counting the Cost: Corporations and human rights abuses in the Niger Delta [Nigeria]

Author: Ben Amunwa, Platform

This report examines the role of Shell in human rights abuses committed by Nigerian government forces and other armed groups between 2000 and 2010...The past decade in the Delta has brought brutal government crackdowns, the rise of armed groups and a...

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1 November 2011

Shell must pay $1 billion in first step to clean up Niger Delta says new report by Amnesty Intl. & Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development

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