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Shell Plc paused the divestment of its Nigerian onshore oil assets pending the outcome of a case at the country’s Supreme Court.
Earlier this year, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd., in which Shell holds a 30% stake, was issued with an order to maintain the status quo until at least Oct. 4, when Nigeria’s Supreme Court is scheduled to consider the company’s appeal of an oil-spill penalty of nearly $2 billion.


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