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Periodical articleHickey, Sam and Izama, Angelo (2017)
See this documentThe politics of governing oil in Uganda: going against the grain?
Abstract presentAfrican affairs: the journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 116 #463. p. 163-185.

BookMmari, Donald and Bukurura, Sufian (2016)
See this documentStrategic significance of national oil companies: lessons for Tanzania
Dar es Salaam: Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA). 34p.

Periodical articlePokam Kamdem, Moïse Williams (2015)
La question des dépôts pétroliers au Cameroun: enjeux économiques et impérialistes (1947-1952)
Outre-mers: revue d'histoire. Volume 103 #388-389. p. 203-219.

Periodical articleTallio, Virginie (2015)
See this documentThe corporate social responsibility projects of the oil companies in Angola: anecdotal fact or significant new trend in public health development intervention?
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 41 #2. p. 389-404.

Periodical articleChen, Mo (2014)
See this documentThe Transnationalization Strategy of Chinese Oil Companies: Case Studies of Sudan and Saudi Arabia
Abstract presentPerspectives on Global Development and Technology. Volume 13 #5-6. p. 613-625.

BookOlorunfemi, M.A. and Adetunji, Akin and Olaiya, Ade (2014)
Nigerian oil & gas: a mixed blessing? A chronicle of NNPC's unfulfilled mission
Lagos: Kachifo Limited. 140p.

Periodical articleUdoh, Isidore A. and Ibok, Matthew S. (2014)
See this documentManipulative and coercive power and the social-ecological determinants of violent conflicts in the Niger Delta of Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Conflict and Peacebuilding Review. Volume 4 #1. p. 60-94.

Periodical articleAgbiboa, Daniel E. and Maiangwa, Benjamin (2013)
See this documentOil multinational corporations, environmental irresponsibility and turbulent peace in the Niger Delta
Abstract presentAfrica Spectrum. Volume 48 #2. p. 71-83.

Periodical articleAndrews, Nathan (2013)
See this documentCommunity expectations from Ghana's new oil find: conceptualizing corporate social responsibility as a grassroots-oriented process
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 60 #1. p. 55-75.

Periodical articleEjims, Okechukwu (2013)
See this documentThe impact of Nigerian international petroleum contracts on environmental and human rights of indigenous communities
African Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 21 #3. p. 345-377.

Conference paperIkelegbe, Augustine Ovuoronye (ed.) (2013)
Oil, environment and resource conflicts in Nigeria
Abstract presentZürich: Lit Verlag. 351p.

Periodical articleLado, Hervé and Renouard, Cécile (2012)
See this documentRSE et justice sociale: le cas des multinationales pétrolières dans le Delta du Niger
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 37 #2. p. 167-193.

Periodical articlePérouse de Montclos, Marc-Antoine (2012)
Les compagnies pétrolières à l'épreuve du développement: le cas du delta du Niger (Nigeria)
Abstract presentAutrepart. #60. p. 111-127.

BookVan Vliet, Geert and Magrin, Géraud (eds.) (2012)
Une compagnie pétrolière chinoise face à l'enjeu environnemental au Tchad
Abstract presentParis: Agence Française de Développement (AFD). #9. 251p.

BookVan Vliet, Geert and Magrin, Géraud (eds.) (2012)
See this documentThe environmental challenges facing a Chinese oil company in Chad
Paris: Agence française de développement. #9. 247p.

Periodical articleEzeudu, Martin-Joe (2011)
Revisiting corporate violations of human rights in Nigeria's Niger Delta region: canvassing the potential role of the International Criminal Court
Abstract presentAfrican Human Rights Law Journal. Volume 11 #1. p. 23-56.

BookFalola, Toyin and Paddock, Adam (eds.) (2011)
Environment and economics in Nigeria
Abstract presentLondon: Routledge. 278p.

Periodical articleNouvion, François (2011)
Fiscalité du secteur pétrolier en Afrique centrale (espace CEMAC): principes directeurs du partage de production entre États et sociétés pétrolières
Abstract presentPenant: revue de droit des pays d'Afrique. Volume 121 #875. p. 200-209.

Periodical articleSingh, Nitya (2011)
See this documentNigeria's elusive quest for democracy: multinational corporations and sustenance of authoritarianism
Abstract presentAfrican and Asian Studies. Volume 10 #2-3. p. 209-233.

Periodical articleEdu, O.K. (2010)
Corporate social responsibility: the case of multinational oil companies in the Niger Delta of Nigeria
African Renaissance. Volume 7 #3-4. p. 111-129.

Periodical articleGenova, Ann (2010)
See this documentNigeria's nationalization of British Petroleum
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 43 #1. p. 115-136.

Periodical articleMeilleur, Kathy (2010)
See this documentLes pratiques de la RSE revisitées par un examen de la malédiction des ressources: contribution de la littérature sur la région du delta du Niger
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 44 #2. p. 362-396.

Periodical articleOlowu, 'Dejo (2010)
See this documentFrom defiance to engagement: an evaluation of Shell's approach to conflict resolution in the Niger Delta
Abstract presentAfrican Journal on Conflict Resolution. Volume 10 #3. p. 75-100.

Periodical articleUche, Chibuike (2010)
See this documentBritish Petroleum vs. the Nigerian government: the capital gains tax dispute, 1972-9
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 51 #2. p. 167-188.

Periodical articleAkpan, Wilson (2009)
See this documentWhen corporate citizens 'second-class' national citizens: the antinomies of corporate-mediated social provisioning in Nigeria's oil province
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 27 #1. p. 105-118.

Periodical articleAnierobi, Kenneth C. (2009)
Oil operations and conflicts in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: an analysis of inter and intra organisational conflicts affecting Shell
African Renaissance. Volume 6 #1. p. 58-68.

Periodical articleGhoble, Vrushal (2009)
Oil business with a human face
Africa Quarterly. Volume 49 #4. p. 40-49.

Periodical articleObi, Cyril (2009)
China in Nigeria: is oil a catalyst for armed violence?
Africa Review: Journal of African Studies Association of India. Volume 1 #2. p. 93-109.

Periodical articleObi, Cyril I. (2009)
'What happens to us after they suck out all the wealth from our lands?' Globalisation, environment and protest politics in Nigeria
Abstract presentPoliteia: Journal for Political Science and Public Administration. Volume 28 #1. p. 89-107.

Periodical articlePatey, Luke A. (2009)
Against the Asian tide: the Sudan divestment campaign
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 47 #4. p. 551-573.

Periodical articleAghalino, S.O. (2008)
Corporate response to environmental deterioration in the oil-bearing enclave of the Niger Delta, Nigeria, 1984-2002
Abstract presentJournal of environment and culture. Volume 5 #1. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleKlieman, Kairn A. (2008)
See this documentOil, politics, and development in the formation of a State: the Congolese petroleum wars, 1963-1968
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 41 #2. p. 169-202.

Periodical articleKounou, Michel (2008)
Paradoxes et misères du pétrole africain
Enjeux: bulletin d'analyses géopolitiques pour l'Afrique centrale. #36. p. 10-19.

Periodical articleNgodi, Etanislas (2008)
Impacts des politiques du pétrole sur le développement du Congo Brazzaville
Enjeux: bulletin d'analyses géopolitiques pour l'Afrique centrale. #36. p. 42-49.

Periodical articleObi, Cyril I. (2008)
See this documentEnter the dragon? Chinese oil companies & resistance in the Niger Delta
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 35 #117. p. 417-434.

Periodical articleNwobike, Justice C. and Wokocha, Richard A. (2007)
Privileging Investor Rights Over Public Interest in Investment Agreements: The Human Rights Implications of the Chad/Cameroon Conventions of Establishment
Recht in Afrika = Law in Africa = Droit en Afrique. Volume 10 #1. p. 95-112.

Periodical articleOshionebo, Evaristus (2007)
See this documentTransnational Corporations, Civil Society Organisations and Social Accountability in Nigeria's Oil and Gas Industry
African Journal of International and Comparative Law. Volume 15 #1. March. p. 107-129.

Periodical articleSoares de Oliveira, Ricardo (2007)
See this documentBusiness Success, Angola-Style: Postcolonial Politics and the Rise of Sonangol
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 45 #4. December. p. 595-619.

Periodical articleAkukwe, Chinua (2006)
Community development in oil producing areas of Nigeria: why community development? Inadequacies of current efforts and essential elements of a proposed comprehensive strategy: mechanisms for durable partnership between oil companies and indigenous populations
African Renaissance. Volume 3 #1. p. 46-52.

Periodical articleEberlein, Ruben (2006)
See this documentOn the Road to the State's Perdition? Authority and Sovereignty in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 44 #4. December. p. 573-596.

Periodical articleIkelegbe, Augustine (2006)
See this documentBeyond the Threshold of Civil Struggle: Youth Militancy and the Militia-Ization of the Resource Conflicts in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
African Study Monographs. Volume 27 #3. p. 87-122.

Periodical articleYates, Douglas (2006)
See this documentThe Scramble for African Oil
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of International Affairs. Volume 13 #2. p. 11-31.

Periodical articleAko, R.T. (2005)
Issues on environmental human rights and corporate social responsibility in the Niger Delta
Abstract presentLesotho Law Journal: A Journal of Law and Development. Volume 15 #1. p. 1-31.

Periodical articleAkpan, Wilson (2005)
See this documentPutting Oil First? Some Ethnographic Aspects of Petroleum-Related Land Use Controversies in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Sociological Review. Volume 9 #2. p. 134-152.

Periodical articleCopinschi, Philippe and Noël, Pierre (2005)
L'Afrique dans la géopolitique mondiale du pétrole
Abstract presentAfrique contemporaine. #216. p. 29-42.

Periodical articleKeenan, Jeremy H. (2005)
See this documentChad-Cameroon oil pipeline: World Bank & ExxonMobil in 'Last Chance Saloon'
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 32 #104-105. p. 395-405.

Periodical articleMassey, Simon and May, Roy (2005)
See this documentDallas to Doba: Oil and Chad, External Controls and Internal Politics
Abstract presentJournal of Contemporary African Studies. Volume 23 #2. May. p. 253-276.

Periodical articleZalik, Anna (2004)
Keeping the peace in the Niger Delta: from 'petro violence' to 'partnership development'
Abstract presentNigerian Journal of International Affairs. Volume 30 #1. p. 68-105.

Periodical articleVon Kemedi, Dimieari (2003)
See this documentThe Changing Predatory Styles of International Companies in Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 30 #95. p. 134-139.

Periodical articleCilliers, Jakkie (2001)
See this documentBusiness and War in Angola
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 28 #90. December. p. 636-641.

Periodical articleElbeiti, Badreddin (2000)
On the history of the petroleum products trade in the Sudan
Sudan Notes and Records. #4. p. 133-157.

Periodical articleAbusharaf, Adila (1999)
The legal relationship between multinational oil companies and the Sudan: problems and prospects
Abstract presentJournal of African Law. Volume 43 #1. p. 18-35.

Periodical articleOmoweh, Daniel A. (1998)
Shell and Land Crisis in Rural Nigeria: A Case Study of the Isoko Oil Areas
Abstract presentScandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies. Volume 17 #2-3. June-September. p. 17-60.

Periodical articleYates, Douglas Andrew (1998)
Central Africa: oil and the Franco-American rivalry
Abstract presentL'Afrique politique. p. 205-225.

Periodical articleCayford, Steven (1996)
See this documentThe Ogoni Uprising: Oil, Human Rights, and a Democratic Alternative in Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 43 #2. April-June. p. 183-197.

Periodical articleOlukoshi, Adebayo and Mustapha, Abdul Raufu and Soyinka, Wole (1995)
See this documentKen Saro-Wiwa
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 22 #66. p. 471-480.

Periodical articleOmoweh, Daniel A. (1995)
Shell, Environmental Pollution, Culture and Health in Nigeria: The Sad Plight of Ughelli Oil Communities
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 30 #2. p. 115-143.

Periodical articlePohly-Bergstresser, Sibylle (1995)
Der Ogoni-Shell-Komplex: zur Geschichte einer Grass-Roots-Bewegung
Abstract presentAfrika Jahrbuch: Politik, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in Afrika südlich der Sahara. p. 35-44.

Periodical articleBrard, Y. (1987)
Les conventions dans la fiscalite petroliere gabonaise
Abstract presentRevue juridique et politique: indépendance et coopération. Volume 41 #3. p. 151-167.

Periodical articleAdeniji, Kola (1975)
The legal anatomy of Opec state oil corporations: perspectives on the Nigerian National Oil Corporation
Abstract presentEastern Africa Law Review. Volume 8 #1. p. 49-67.

Periodical articleLoknane, Farida (1975)
Etude d'un contrat d'investissement dans le domaine des hydrogarbures: l'association Getty-Sonatrach (19 octobre 1968)
Abstract presentIntégration: revue du C.M.E.R.A. #3-4. p. 9-149.

Periodical articleUsoro, Eno J. (1972)
Foreign oil companies and recent Nigerian petroleum oil policies
Abstract presentThe Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. Volume 14 #3. p. 301-314.

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