Shell in Nigeria: Polluted communities ‘can sue in English courts’

Royal Dutch Shell did not dispute that pollution had been caused, but argued it could not be held legally responsible for its Nigerian subsidiary, and that the pollution was the result of “crude oil theft, pipeline sabotage and illegal refining”. Shell is responsible for about 50% of the delta’s oil production.

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