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 Shell Nigeria Gas Campaigns Against Building on Gas Pipelines 

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Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) is alerting members of the public on the dangers of encroaching on the pathway of gas pipelines in a campaign targeting its business areas in Ogun, Rivers and Abia states. The exercise has already been held in Ogun State, with SNG and its Right-of-Way campaign partner, the African Foundation for Environment and Development, sensitizing communities in Ijoko, Itoki and Ota in Ado Odo-Ota Local Government, on the dangers of vandalizing pipelines, bush-burning, and construction of structures on and around gas pipelines. “The campaign goes beyond our business interests”, pointed out SNG Managing Director, Toyin Adenuga. “It is rather more about safety of lives and property. People who build on gas pipelines risk losing everything including their lives and things they’ve worked hard for. The campaign is to make them to realize that the risk is not worth it”.  He said SNG would continue to engage the communities as partners to promote the company’s safety culture and respect for the environment. The campaign will be taken to Port Harcourt and Aba where gas pipeline Right-of-Way surveillance contractors will dedicate one day to walk through SNG pipeline routes distributing flyers and other enlightenment materials.  SNG is a wholly Shell-owned gas distribution company which began
operations in 1998. The company distributes gas to industrial consumers in Ogun, Rivers and Abia states

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