This book is multi-disciplinary, hence useful to varied readers. It addressed a central theme in the Nigerian economy. Oil Pollution in Nigeria is of paramount importance to the nation, as it now determines to a large extent other key oil activities of the country especially those of exploration and exploitation of the mineral resources; which is incessantly being sabotaged by aggrieved victims of environmental degradation from the oil activities. This prevailing scenario has substantially reduced the quantity of this important commodity being supplied by Nigeria to the international market. It is also threatening the social and economic stability of the world's most populous black nation. Although, numerous publications were made on oil pollution in Nigeria, very few however, addressed the impact of the dilapidated Nigerian oil refineries on the ecosystem. This book has attempted to fill that gap. The book will surely be a resource material for International Policy Analysts, Students of Environmental Conservation, Ecology, Environmental Chemistry and the likes. It will also be a useful tool for activists on global sustainable development.