Bonny Island LNG project


ARCHIVE ONLY - NOT MAINTAINED Nigeria's Bonny Island LNG Project Corruption Case Summary

Brown & Root (KBR), the British subsidiary of Halliburton, has been accused of offering a USD $180M bribe to Nigerian officials to secure a contract for the construction of the Bonny Island liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant. Other scandals have plagued the Bonny Island operations, and at the same time the operations threaten a large area of mangrove forests, which local people depend upon for fishing. The US ExIm Bank and the UK ECGD back this project. SACE of Italy and NCM (now Atradius) of the Netherlands also have provided backing.

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