Image: Melange Despite a long history of blatant environmental and human rights abuses in Nigeria, Shell denied in a Dutch public hearing this week allegations of using "nontransparent, inconsistent and misleading figures" regarding the causes of oil leaked in the Niger Delta.The hearing was called by the Dutch Parliament's Economic Affairs Committee after Friends of the Earth and Amnesty International filed a complaint with Dutch officials. Ian Craig, head of Shell Exploration & Production for Sub-Saharan Africa, told the hearing: "We do bear some responsibility, but we cannot bear it entirely." Shell Denies Allegations in Nigeria, Where an Exxon Valdez-sized Spill Occurs Annually
Wikileaks Reveals Shell Oil Has Agents Installed in Nigerian Government Photo: zieak via Flickr / CC BY The US diplomatic cables revealed by Wikileaks have produced a wide swath of important information.
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