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And don't miss David Ficking on China and Nigeria's history of screwing up together: "The Mambilla project, first mooted in the early 1980s, has long been dreamed about as Nigeria's answer to the Three Gorges Dam in China. Its generation capacity of 3,050 megawatts would more than double the country's current hydro potential. Believe it when you see it. Despite what ought to be strong mutual interests, the world's biggest energy consumer and Africa's biggest oil producer have a history of misadventures stretching back at least a decade."
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