Legal proceedings will have ‘little impact’ on Shell asset sale

“All the risks would have been captured or will be captured in the due diligence of the potential buyers. There may be some delay due to the court injunctions and potential need to negotiate with the community, but this will not halt the deal,” he says.

This stance is corroborated by Uwa Osadiaye, a senior vice president and oil and gas analyst at FBNQuest, who argues that since the decision to sell is from Shell Global, due to its energy transition and asset portfolio optimisation plans, the company will not think twice about selling, especially considering how their Nigerian onshore assets are comparatively expensive and inefficient to operate.

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