Following the court ruling earlier this month, Nigeria has won another victory over P&ID.
A UK court has ordered P&ID to pay £1.5 million to Nigeria as an interim payment to cover costs involved with litigation around a proposed gas-processing plant in Cross Rivers.
A US court granted Nigeria permission to request documents from VR Capital Group, the part owner of a company that received a $9.8 billion arbitration award the government is trying to overturn.
Nigeria appears to sense an opportunity in its legal wranglings with P&ID given an alleged lack of response to the government’s allegations of fraud in an English court.
Nigeria has filed a new challenge to the case brought against it by Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID), over a failed gas project in Calabar.
The Nigerian government is said to be seeking the arrest, via Interpol, of two directors from Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID), an Irish company with which it is locked in a legal battle.
An Abuja court has found two officials from Ireland’s Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID) guilty on a number of fronts. This led to the Nigerian judge declaring all of P&ID’s assets to be forfeit.