1. Shell in Deep Water: Faces Human Rights Backlash Over Niger Delta Oil Pollution

    Nigeria Shell in Deep Water: Faces Human Rights Backlash Over Niger Delta Oil Pollution

    In a groundbreaking decision, Mrs. Justice May of the United Kingdom High Court has granted over 13,000 farmers and fishermen from the Niger Delta communities of Ogale and Bille the permission to proceed with their claims against Shell. The communities allege that chronic pollution of their...
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    Business Chevron To Embark On More Job Cuts – Leadership News
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    Business Chevron to sack 25 percent of its workforce in Nigeria - The Cable
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    Business Chevron expatriate staff tests negative to corona virus – Vanguard News
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    Business Chevron Plans to Return to Iraq’s Kurdistan –

    Chevron Corp. plans to resume drilling in Iraq’s Kurdistan as tensions between the semi-autonomous region and the federal government abate. The U.S. oil major plans to drill the Sarta 3 well north of Erbil, Chevron said in a statement Tuesday. It temporarily halted exploration work in October...
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    Metro Niger Delta Avengers Blow Up Another Oil Well, Says No Negotiation With FG

    The Militants, Niger Delta Avengers, today, said it would not negotiate with the Federal Government. The militant group, which blew up a crude oil pipeline belonging to Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL, in the early hours today, tweeted: "This is to inform the general public that we are not...
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    Business Nigeria Faces Likely Oil Output Drop As Exxon Suspends Exports

    Nigeria may likely face decline in oil output as U.S. oil company, Exxon Mobil Corporation, says it has suspended exports from Nigeria’s top crude stream due to renewed activities of militants in the Niger Delta region. A statement from the company says it had declared a force majeure – a...
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    Politics ‘We Will Deal With Niger Delta Militants', Navy Vows

    The Central Naval Command (CNC) of the Nigerian Navy on Thursday reiterated its resolve to deal with the resurgence of militancy in the Niger Delta region. The Flag Officer Commanding, CNC, Rear Admiral Mohammed Garba, said on assumption of command in Yenagoa that the navy had acquired the...
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    Business Chevron: 'We Lose 35,000 bpd Daily to Militants' Attack'

    US energy giant Chevron said it has lost thousands of barrels worth of oil production capacity since militants blew up an offshore platform in Nigeria. READ:Militants Blow up Oil Pipeline Supplying Warri and Kaduna Refineries The company’s spokeswoman Isabel Ordonez said in a statement late...
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    Business Nigeria's Oil Output Drops to 20-Years Low as Chevron Shuts Down Operation

    Oil disruption that has pushed production to the lowest in 20 years, as attacks against facilities in the country increase in number. According to Bloomberg, Chevron Corporation said on Friday it had shut down about 90,000 barrels a day of output following an attack on an offshore platform that...
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    Business Nigeria: NUPENG Kicks Against Shell, Chevron's Move to Sack 18,500 Workers

    The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has moved to prevent the sacking of over 18,500 workers at oil companies to extend to Nigeria. A statement by its President, Mr. Igwe Achese, insisted that the union was worried and concerned about the purported sack threat of...
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    Business NNPC Wins Reuters 2015 Oil Deal Award

    The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has bagged the Thompson Reuters 2015 Oil deal award. This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Ohi Alegbe,Group General Manager,Group Public Affairs Division, on Wednesday in Abuja. According to Guardian, the Joint Finance Team of the NNPC...