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On 3 Quarks Daily Tolu Ogunlesi writes about American Dan Hoyle’s Tings Dey Happen. Dan Hoyle was inspired to write a one man play about Nigeria and the oil industry after being a Fulbright scholar in at the University of … Continue reading
Edward Burtynsky’s Oil Alberta Oil Sands #6, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, 2007. From Foreign Policy magazine’s website A decade of photographs exploring the impact of oil from the acclaimed Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky. The collection will be on display at … Continue reading
Foreign Policy magazine’s September issue is focused on oil. The issue, Oil: the long goodbye, includes an article Scenes from the Violent Twilight of Oil by Peter Maass along with an accompanying photo essay.
From the BBC Fighting for Nigeria’s oil wealth: The Niger Delta, a region the size of England, is littered with violence and gas flares – the offshoot of oil extraction – whose roar and heat you can feel for hundreds … Continue reading