Shell In Nigeria

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Business

 

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Curtis H

 

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June 24, 2015

 

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University

 

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To that end, Royal Dutch Shell is a key partner in Nigeria’s majority-owned oil exploration and production activities, and the corporation’s ethical reputation has been questioned regarding policy positions and actions on two issues: 1) the degraded natural land conditions in the Niger Delta areas of oil production and natural gas burnoff, and 2) Shell’s lack of involvement, of not attempting to leverage their strong, historical economic relationship with the Nigerian government in order to help ameliorate the social, economic and political environmental conditions for the population...
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Ken Saro-Wiwa, with little regard for the activists’ legal due process. And as oil began to dominate the economic landscape to the exclusion of their formerly-exported agricultural products – yams, cassavas, fishing and cacao beans, frequent oil spills and encroachment onto farming areas attributed to Shell’s production activity rendered the large farming population segment unable to produce their agricultural goods and feed themselves...
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