February 1st, 2013
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(CNN) – On January 30, a Hague ruling found that a Royal Dutch Shell subsidiary was in part to blame for oil pollution of the Niger Delta. Shell had alleged that criminals – who dug up its pipelines and drilled holes to steal product – were the root of the problem.

Peter Voser, Royal Dutch Shell CEO, spoke with CNN’s Nina dos Santos with his reaction to the court finding that all “all four cases were sabotage” and “not done by Shell”. Voser added the company applies global standards to its operations and the Nigeria incident “will not change the way we do business”.

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