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Nigeria investigates oil spill at Shell’s Trans Niger pipeline

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Authorities in Nigeria and Shell’s local subsidiary are investigating the cause of a spill on the Trans Niger pipeline. The spill was detected earlier this month on June 11 – a few days later Shell confirmed it in a statement. Environmental activists say nothing was done to contain the oil spill for over a week.

Added on the 28/06/2023 12:41:42 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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