With a vast majority of Nigeria's economy relying on the production of crude oil, a variety of complex social, commercial and ecological have emerged. This 22 minute documentary sheds light onto the oil industry in the region, the violence it creates among rebel groups seeking to control production, and the environmental damage caused by the many oil spills that occurred there between 2003 and 2009. This eye opening film provides engaging insights into corporate influences in the region and military conflicts caused by the country's crude oil mining industry. As this documentary illustrates, finding who to blame for neglected oil pipelines, environmental damage and armed conflict over this resource can be a challenge. However, viewers can expect to learn a tremendous amount regarding the role of oil in Nigeria and how it has impacted the lives of so many in the country. Draw your own conclusions about Nigeria's crude oil mining industry in this engaging program that seeks to get answers to all the tough questions and challenges this African nation is confronting.