Oil and Gas Companies and Community Crises in the Niger Delta

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This paper examines the role of oil and gas companies in community crises in the Niger Delta. The major conclusions are that oil and gas companies have encountered various forms of community crises in their work environment. These crises have negative impact on the performance of these companies. The paper thinks that adequate community relation will significantly reduce the level of also that oil and gas companies in the Niger Delta should adopt community relation strategy through community development projects as this would minimize the level of community crises and hence enhance the performance of oil and gas companies Industry/community crises in the Niger Delta region

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Oil Companies, Community Crisis, Niger Delta

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Hamilton D. I., (2011) “Oil and Gas Companies and Community Crises in the Niger Delta”, American Review of Political Economy 9(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.38024/arpe.123

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Donald I. Hamilton (Rivers State University of Science and Technology)

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