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Employees move to block Shell exit from Kenya

A Shell Petrol Station along Nyerere Avenue, Mombasa. Photo/ ABDULRAHMAN SHERIFF

SUNDAY NATION

Sunday June 20, 2010
By MUNA WAHOME and KENNEDY SENELWA
Posted Saturday, June 19 2010 at 19:51

Shell’s intended exit from 21 African countries appears headed into headwinds in Kenya where employees are plotting to block the departure in court.

The Sunday Nation learnt that behind-the-scene consultations between two law firms representing both parties failed to satisfy the employees who accuse Shell Kenya of “glossing over” the matter. read more

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Shell leaves Ogoni land, but trouble looms in oil-rich Niger Delta region

BUSINESS DAILY

A Shell petrol station in Kenya. Nigeria’s government decision to replace Shell’s operations in Ogoni was first celebrated, but not any more.

Written by Zachary Ochieng’   

September 29, 2008: The peace process in Ogoni land —a major test for efforts to bring stability to the oil-rich Niger Delta — is likely to fail if the Nigerian government refuses to consult local communities about new oil operations, a new report by the International Crisis Group (ICG) think tank warns. 

The report—Nigeria: Ogoni Land after Shell— examines the political and economic implications of the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) departure from Ogoni land and gives recommendations on resuming peaceful oil operations in the economically strategic and politically volatile region.  read more

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