Nigeria has long had issues with safety, not least in keeping workers safe from militants. The government has shown little sign of tackling the problem among legal operations, let alone the safety challenges of widespread illicit bunkering and refining.
Bayelsa State has come out against an analysis of the Aiteo E&P oil spill that absolves the company of guilt.
Aiteo Group has managed to halt the leaking well on OML 29, which had seen the company come under fire from politicians and local communities.
The Nigerian Senate has called for Aiteo to face penalties for its ongoing spill in OML 29.
Aiteo Eastern Exploration and Production Co. (AEEPCo) has reported a major spill in the Nembe Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.
Shell faces another legal battle stemming from Nigeria, with a court ordering banks to freeze company assets.
A Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) employee has tested positive for coronavirus in the Nigerian capital of Abuja.
San Leon Energy expects its new export route in Nigeria to be commissioned in May, following a week where force majeure was declared on its current shared pipeline.