Shell to shell out in Nigerian oil spill dispute
Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to pay US$112 million to Nigeria in compensation for oil spills in the Niger Delta over 50 years ago – as an ICSID case that reportedly relates to the same environmental liabilities remains pending.
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