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Video: Chevron rig blazes off the coast of Nigeria

This disturbing video from Al Jazeera shows what’s left of Chevron’s KS Endeavour gas rig, which exploded on 16 January 2012. Over 20 days later the site is still ablaze and the intense flames and plumes of smoke can be seen from the nearby fishing village. Local community activists released this footage:  

Shell’s Bonga oil spill hits Nigerian communities

Click on the image to view the full video from NTD Shell’s major oil spill at the offshore Bonga facility in Nigeria is threatening the livelihoods of at least 13 different coastal communities, reports Reuters. As thick crude oil continues washing up on Nigeria’s shoreline, Shell is denying responsibility and claims that “non-Bonga oil” from a third party […]

Sweet Crude: the movie

“To an oil company, it’s liquid gold.” That’s how filmmaker Sandi Cioffi describes Nigerian oil, known as ‘sweet crude’ because it is low in sulphur and therefore cheaper and easier to refine. The trailer below is for Sweet Crude, the film. An amazing and insightful documentary by Sandi Cioffi, it looks at the appalling legacy of […]

Aljazeera: UN slams Shell over Nigeria pollution

Aljazeera produced this excellent video about Shell’s oil spills in Ogoni. In it, Ledum Mittee of MOSOP (the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People) calls on the Nigerian government to revoke Shell’s licence.

The Biggest Oil Spill in the World

The Biggest Oil Spill in the World

PLATFORM featured on Channel 4 News this evening, providing analysis on two current news stories – the revelations of the full extent of environmental devastation in Ogoni land contained in the UN’s new report, and Shell’s admission of liability for two recent oil spills in Bodo, Ogoniland. Campaigner Ben Amunwa helped provide background research as […]

Ballad of the Black Gold

New from Talib Kweli, this hard-hitting music video unpacks the story of  of Nigeria’s oil curse, the Ogoni struggle and the complicit role of Western governments and companies. Warning: this video contains strong political language.

‘Blood And Oil’: BBC Drama on the Niger Delta Crisis

‘Blood And Oil’: BBC Drama on the Niger Delta Crisis

The Niger Delta crisis is coming to an audience of millions as BBC 2 screen the long anticipated and award-winning drama, ‘Blood and Oil’ on prime time television. Guy Hibbert’s tense thriller (starring Naomi Harris (28 Days Later), Johdi May (Defiance) Patterson Joseph and David Oyelowo) follows two women as they investigate the  circumstances that […]

Shell’s complicity in the spotlight

Another week of publicity is keeping the spotlight firmly on the forthcoming Shell trial, with BBC Radio 4′s Today Programme dedicating a prominent feature to Shell’s role in the Niger Delta executions, Al-Jazeera News interviewing Ben Amunwa from remember saro-wiwa (see video), and an excellent article by Steve Kretzmann of Oil Change International in the […]

CNN Reports from Ogoniland, Nigeria

CNN producer Christian Purefoy visits Ogoni and the grave of Ken Saro-Wiwa to report on the ongoing grievances against Shell, and the feeling of local Ogoni people about the upcoming Wiwa v. Shell trial. Includes interviews with the Ogoni Solidarity Forum. Embedded video from <a href=”” mce_href=””>CNN Video</a>

Video Coverage of ShellGuilty Courthouse Rally, New York

A noon rally outside the courthouse where the historic Wiwa v Shell trial is due to take place was well attended by international media, Niger Delta activists and concerned citizens from across America. Here you can watch a video of the rally made by volunteer Nick Gulotta. Further video footage and testimony was produced by […]

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