Oil Giants Accused of Negligence on Spills in Nigeria
Amnesty International has accused oil giants Shell and ENI of serious negligence for the manner in which oil spills are being addressed, saying they are publishing misleading information on the causes, which may result in communities receiving no compensation.
This Day, 16 March 2018
In a groundbreaking research project, Amnesty International has accused Shell and Eni of gross negligence and irresponsible approach to oil spills in the Niger Delta, thereby… Read more »
Boats in Bodo Creek in 2011. Amnesty says that Nigerian regulations lay down that a clean-up should start within 24 hours of an oil spill, but that three years on, the people of Bodo are still waiting.
Premium Times, 16 March 2018
A groundbreaking research project by Amnesty International has exposed evidence of serious negligence by oil giants, Shell and Eni, whose irresponsible approach to oil spills in… Read more »
This Day, 13 March 2018
The recent judgment by the UK Appeal Court on the dispute between Shell and two Niger Delta communities underscores the need for people of the environmentally-polluted region to… Read more »