The oil company reaffirmed its commitment to the country in a statement issued by Esimaje Brikinn, its general manager of policy, government, and public affairs, on Thursday.
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The statement read, “Please be advised that the allegation is false and does not represent Chevron’s position in Nigeria.”
“CNL remains committed to maintaining the existing mutually beneficial and long-term relationship with Nigeria and other stakeholders, as evidenced by our substantial economic and social investments in Nigeria over the past six decades.”
According to the company, the investments had generated visible and sustainable socioeconomic development in a number of Nigerian communities.
“CNL, together with industry peers in Nigeria, will continue to engage the government on policies and opportunities to ensure the global competitiveness and sustainability of the petroleum industry,” the company said.