Spill Cleanups & Remediation

SACA scouts around daily for oil spills around the Niger Delta, especially in its focus communities in Bayelsa State. Once a spill is identified or reported, SACA notifies the asset owner/operator and follows up with unrelenting engagements until the leakage is stopped (pipeline clamped) and cleanup process started and completed. SACA also monitors to ensure that the cleanups are done to international standards and in line with the Nigerian government’s Environmental Guidelines And Standards for the Petroleum Industry in Nigeria (EGASPIN).

Programs & Activity Briefs

Environmental Justice
SACA Partners Federal Government of Nigeria and Bayelsa State Government to Validate Human Rights Due Diligence Tool

On Friday 26th July 2023, Stakeholders Alliance for Cooperate Accountability (SACA) organized a 1-day event to validate Human Rights Due Diligence (HRDD) tool in Nigeria. …

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Alternative Livelihoods
SACA Inaugurates Three Project Management Committees in Bayelsa State, Nigeria.

SACA in partnership with Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) inaugurated three Project Management Committees to implement their joint project, titled, “Protect, Respect and Remedy – …

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Environmental Justice
International Commission of Inquiry Investigates the Environmental Crisis in Bayelsa State

The Executive Governor of Bayelsa State, Hon. Seriake Dickson, on March 27, 2019, set up an International Commission of Inquiry on Oil and the Environment …

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Environmental Justice
SACA’s Campaigns against Pipeline Vandalism

On 28th February, 2018, Stakeholders Alliance for Corporate Accountability organized a Town hall sensitization/campaign against pipeline vandalism in Epie-Zarama town hall. The program started around …

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