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A general view taken on February 5, 2008 120 kms off the coast of Nigeria, south of Lagos, shows the FPSO Bonga (Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading). Far from the Niger Delta and its separatist militants, the 305-meter long ship pumps night and day 225,000 barils of petrol a day and 150 million cubic feet of gas, which represents a quarter of the daily production of the Anglo-Dutch group Shell.

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