Free online reading
1. The African human rights law reports.
2. The United Kingdom supreme Court law reports.
3. The Supreme Court of Nigeria law reports.
4. The Canadian environmental law reports.
5. The East Central State law reports.
1. Baird.J “Oil’s shame in Africa”. (26 July 2010). Available at https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newsweek.com/baird-we-dont-hear-about-africas-oil-spills-74469%3famp=1
2. Vidal John “Nigeria’s agony dwarfs the gulf oil spill.The US and Europe ignore it”. ( 2010-05-30) The observer. Available at https://platformlondon.org/2010/06/01/nigeria-spills-worse-than-deepwater-horizon-the-observer/
3. Junger ,S. Blood oil (2007) Available at https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2007/02/junger200702/amp
4. Ken Saro wiwa, The Ogoni struggle. Available at https://platformlondon.org/background/the-ogoni-struggle/
1. Global edge; at https://www.globaledge.msu.edu/countries/Nigeria/economy.
2. Climate law; at www.climatelaw.org/shell-fails-obey-court-order-stop-Nigeria-flaring.
3. Department of petroleum resources Nigeria; at www.dprnigeria.com/aboutus/
4. Aljazeera; at www.aljazeera.com/blogs/africa/2013/01/59336
1. The petroleum act of Nigeria; Cap. P10, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, (LFN), 2004
2. The National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA) (Establishment) Act, 2007.
3. The Oil pipelines act; Cap07, laws of the federation, 2003
4. The National oil spill detection and response agency(NOSDRA) act, Cap N157, laws of the federation 2006.
- Quote paper
- Temiloluwa Lawal (Author), 2017, Nigeria’s legal framework for oil and gas pollution control and restoration is more than adequate. A critique, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/490480