Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell said on Monday that it has reopened
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell said on Monday that it has reopened oil facilities in Nigeria after the week-long siege by local villagers.
"The two flow stations had been reopened to allow for further talks with the villagers," a Shell spokesman said.
Shell insisted that they cannot negotiate when the facilities were closed and finally the villagers conceded.
The spokesman confirmed that they resumed the talks with the villagers in the southern oil city of Part Harcourt on Monday.