Nigeria Seeks $20 Billion In Back Taxes From Major Oil Firms
The government has asked seven oil majors operating in the country to pay U.S.$20 billion in outstanding taxes and royalties that it says is owed to various Nigerian states. Royal Dutch Shell says Nigeria's claims that it is owed billions in taxes could delay the development of the company's Bonga oil field.
Guardian, 27 February 2019
Royal Dutch Shell said on Tuesday that Nigeria's claims that it was owed billions in taxes could delay the development of a major oil field off the coast of the West African… Read more »
Bonga Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel, Nigeria.
This Day, 27 February 2019
Royal Dutch Shell yesterday disclosed that the federal government's recent claims that it owed Nigeria billions of dollars of unpaid oil and gas-related taxes could delay the… Read more »
Leadership, 27 February 2019
Oil giant, Shell yesterday said that Nigeria's claims that it was owed billions in taxes could delay the development of a major oil field off the coast of the West African nation. Read more »
Vanguard, 13 February 2019
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC and Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Limited, SNEPCO have concluded plans to take a Final Investment Decision, FID… Read more »
Vanguard, 22 February 2019
As Nigeria continues to clamp down on tax defaulters, it has ordered some foreign oil and gas companies to pay nearly $20 billion in taxes owed to states, industries and… Read more »