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Shell agrees to pay Rivers communities over N1.3b to reopen facility

By Kelvin Ebiri, Port Harcourt
28 June 2019   |   3:37 am
Shell Petroleum Development Company has agreed to pay over N1.3 billion to Kula community in Rivers State to enable it resume crude oil production at its shutdown facility. Communities of Oil Mining Licence (OML) 25 in Akuku-Toru Local Council of Rivers State and Shell will on Monday, July 1, 2019 sign a Memorandum of Understanding…

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Shell Petroleum Development Company has agreed to pay over N1.3 billion to Kula community in Rivers State to enable it resume crude oil production at its shutdown facility.

Communities of Oil Mining Licence (OML) 25 in Akuku-Toru Local Council of Rivers State and Shell will on Monday, July 1, 2019 sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to be facilitated by the Rivers State Government in the final resolution of their conflict.

Secretary to Rivers State Government, Dr. Tammy Danagogo, who brokered the deal yesterday in Port Harcourt, has directed the Solicitor-General of the state to draft an MoU on the premise of the resolutions reached at the meeting.