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Toxic Waste: Group Demands N200m Compensation from Shell [Nigeria]

Author: Onwuka Nzeshi, This Day [Nigeria], Published on: 3 August 2004

A non-governmental organisation, Niger Delta Oil Communities Development Front yesterday demanded a compensation package of N200 million from the Shell Petroleum Development Company for allegedly dumping drilling chemicals and toxic wastes at Egbemo-Angalabiri, Bayelsa State. [also refers to Parker Drilling]

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Related companies: Parker Drilling Shell