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Article

9 Aug 2004

Author:
Glenn McKenzie, Associated Press

Nigeria's Petroleum Industry Reeling

Nigeria's oil industry - Africa's largest and the fifth-biggest source of U.S. oil imports - is concerned for its future. A yearlong spree of bloodletting has killed more than 1,000 people in the Niger Delta...Tensions over oil revenues have aggravated ethnic strife. [refers to ChevronTexaco, Shell]

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