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Oil Bunkering In Nigeria (23 pics)

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  • 17 Jan, 2013  |
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Oil Bunkering means illegal hacking into pipelines to steal crude then refining it or selling it abroad. It's very bad for the environment.

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№1 Author: unclebimbo (17 Jan 2013 02:52) Total user comments: 105


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Those silly Nigerians just cant stay out of trouble
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№2 Author: SheepsInn (17 Jan 2013 04:00) Total user comments: 931


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Its their oil. And burning it elsewhere is not bad for the environment?
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (17 Jan 2013 05:20) Total user comments: 5518


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How's it their oil? You don't own the natural resources under your house do you?

It took an oil company to drill however deep into the earth to reach it when they purchased the rights to it.
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№4 Author: adzhoe (17 Jan 2013 07:28) Total user comments: 15048


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That's just messed up all the way around
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№5 Author: quackers (17 Jan 2013 11:44) Total user comments: 4830


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That`s the Fishing Fucked for the next 20 years,.,.
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№6 Author: byvince (17 Jan 2013 13:12) Total user comments: 2


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it's dangerous for the environnement and for them healt...
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№7 Author: unp (17 Jan 2013 18:26) Total user comments: 0


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skin cancer
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№8 Author: The Dane (17 Jan 2013 19:24) Total user comments: 0


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I should put them in touch with my long lost Nigerian family. Word has it that an uncle died recently and he had shed loads of money in some Nigerian bank..........
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№9 Author: Turnip (17 Jan 2013 19:25) Total user comments: 83


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These are desperate people who have not had any benefit from the oil production in Nigeria. Desperate people will seek desperate measures. I am sure that they would rather not have to resort to this, but they are struggling to survive in a politically unstable country.
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№10 Author: Lu (17 Jan 2013 22:07) Total user comments: 15100


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How fortunate for us to sit in front of a computer.
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