Shell Blames Oil Spills on 'Sabotage, Thefts'
An official of Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell has told a Dutch court that farmers' claims against the company after oil spills in Nigeria are "unsubstantiated".
Vanguard, 12 October 2012
Shell broke the law by not repairing leaks that destroyed the lands of Niger Delta farmers, a Dutch court heard in a case that could set a precedent for global environmental... read more »
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 12 October 2012
"Justice" is what Eric Dooh said he and three fellow Nigerians were seeking in a courthouse in The Hague on Thursday. The farmers are suing Royal Dutch Shell, one of the world's... read more »
Nigeria: Shell Verdict Expected in January
Friends of the Earth, 11 October 2012
For the first time in history, a Dutch court verdict is expected about the case of a European company, Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell, which appeared in court today to account for... read more »
This Day, 11 October 2012
Oil giant Shell is due to appear in court in the Netherlands to face charges of polluting villages in the Niger-Delta area of Nigeria.read more »
Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 10 October 2012
Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell is to appear in court this Thursday for causing damage in the Niger Delta. It's the first time ever that a Dutch multinational is being put on trial at... read more »
This Day, 2 October 2012
Anglo-Dutch oil giant, Shell is to appear in a Dutch court to account for alleged environmental pollution in Nigeria, environmental rights group, Friends of the Earth International... read more »
Friends of the Earth, 26 September 2012
For the first time in history, a European company, Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell, will appear in a Dutch court to account for damage it caused abroad, Friends of the Earth... read more »
UNEP scientists inspecting a pipeline right of way around 30 metres wide cut through mangroves in Ogoniland.