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AFRICAN ENERGY Issue 98 - 01/May/2006

Nigerias hydrocarbons industry is going through a boom unprecedented in several decades, despite doubts about the nations politics and security that have forced global oil prices ever upwards. Nigeria remains a mass of contradictions, with huge potential for those who make it work but just as many pitfalls for the unwary, writes Jon Marks, recently in Abuja.

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