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Shell to exit Nigeria’s onshore oil after nearly a century

By Reuters
17 January 2024   |   11:26 am
British energy major Shell has said it will sell its problematic onshore operations in Nigeria to a consortium of mostly local companies as it exits part of its business that has operated since the 1930s.

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