Shell Companies in Nigeria, which include SPDC
, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo), and Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG), work with government, communities and civil society to implement programmes that have a lasting impact on lives in the Niger Delta and Nigeria as whole.
In May 2010, following improvements in the security situation in the Niger Delta, the SPDC
resumed work on additional gas-gathering projects.
Shell, whose SPDC
subsidiary operates the pipeline with Nigeria's state oil company NNPC, did not give a timeline for restarting either line, and did not elaborate on the scale of the leak.
But even though SPDC
volunteers were forced to find a new place to shelter the dogs in an old kennel in Ayia Varavara, the municipality is still taking the dogs it finds to the original pound because they say they cannot afford to pay fees charged by the new pound.
and its other Nigerian companies, Shell responsibly produces the oil and gas needed to help fuel the economic and industrial growth that generates wealth for the nation and jobs for Nigerians.
Sam Rogers, aged 13, and Joseph Hill, aged 11, who take part in the activities arranged by the organisation, visited the paediatric ward at Sandwell Hospital with their mothers and SPDC
manager Diane Rai to receive the donation.
The launching ceremony of annual review of 2011-12 titled devolution and social development in Pakistan was chaired by chairman of board of directors of SPDC
and its other Nigerian companies, it responsibly produces the oil and gas needed to fuel the economic and industrial growth that generates wealth for the nation and jobs for Nigerians.
1 To fully review and overhaul procedures for oil spill clean-up and remediation as well as improve on contracting and supervision, SPDC
has carried out a preliminary review of its procedures.
is considering a second mill in Nigeria which will manufacture other types of line pipes.
had borne the brunt of attacks by militants on oil installations in delta during 2003-09 which had cost it and the Nigerian government tens of billions of dollars in oil revenues.
The UNEP report said 10 out of the 15 investigated sites which SPDC
said they had completely remediated still had pollution exceeding the SPDC
and government remediation values.