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30 Jul 2017
The British-Dutch oil giant Shell said it was temporarily shutting down Europe's biggest refinery after a pre-dawn fire broke out at a power station on the vast site on Sunday.
25 Jul 2017
Anglo-Dutch energy giant Shell said Tuesday it has shut down a key crude supply pipeline in Nigeria's restive south because of a leak.
18 Jul 2017
Multinational oil companies and manufacturing firms have condemned the incessant disruption of oil and gas production through industrial actions embarked upon by unionists in Nigeria.
13 Jul 2017
International Oil Companies (IOCs) are expected to relinquish interest in over $12 billion (N4.3 trillion) oil blocks, which are expected to expire between 2017 and 2019.
13 Jul 2017
The foreign NLNG J/V partners namely; Shell, Elf, Agip were solidly behind Nigeria in achieving a successful financial close that made taking the FID possible.
9 Jul 2017
A group of communities in Nigeria’s Niger River delta demanded a stake in an oil block it said it was promised when Royal Dutch Shell Plc sold its share to a local company six years ago.
8 Jul 2017
A group of communities in Nigeria’s Niger River delta demanded a stake in an oil block it said it was promised when Royal Dutch Shell Plc sold its share to a local company six years ago.
15 Jun 2017
The Nigerian Government is said to have received the sum of $3.7 billion in taxes and royalties, from Anglo-Dutch Shell Group.
12 Jun 2017
The Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt has ordered Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) to pay N122 billon as damages to Ejama-Ebubu community in Eleme Local Government Area of Rivers State for crude oil spillage.
9 Jun 2017
Royal Dutch Shell has resumed crude exports from its Forcados terminal in Nigeria after production was disrupted following repeated attacks by militants in the restive oil-producing region, a company spokesman said Thursday.
19 May 2017
A Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday deferred hearing on the preliminary objections to the suit filed by Malabu Oil and Gas Limited against the Federal Government.
19 Apr 2017
Indigenous companies are beginning to develop capacity to compete with International Oil Companies (IOCs), which have dominated the exploration and production of oil and gas in Nigeria for decades.

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