A picture of a gas pipeline. Nigeria is in dispute with a company backed by two Irish businessmen over a gas-supply contract dating back to 2010. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Nigeria’s government is in a London court to ask for more time to appeal a $9.6 billion (€8.8 billion) arbitration award, an amount that is more than (...)

In January 2010, two Irish businessmen secured a 20-year contract to turn Nigeria’s vast gas reserves into power. But the government never built a pro(...)

The dispute with Nigeria relates to a failed 2010 deal to develop a gas-processing plant. Photograph: iStock

The Nigerian government on Thursday placed a bank guarantee of $200 million (€182 million) with the high court in London to secure a stay on asset sei(...)

The dispute with Nigeria relates to a failed 2010 deal to develop a gas-processing plant. Photograph: iStock

Nigeria has lodged an appeal against an order to pay $200 million (€181 million) to a British court for a stay on asset seizures while it challenges a(...)

Nigeria is embroiled in a fight with Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID), which was founded by Irish investors Michael Quinn and Brendan Cahill, over a failed 2010 deal to develop a gas processing plant. Photograph: iStock

Irish authorities and AIB are being drawn into a high-profile international legal dispute between Nigeria and a company founded by Irish investors tha(...)