Bonny Island

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Bonny Island is situated at the southern edge of Rivers State in the Niger Delta of Nigeria near Port Harcourt. In the early 1990s the Federal Government of Nigeria, in collaboration with 3 international partners, Shell Gas BV., CLEAG Limited [ELF] and AGIP International BV. started the multi-billion dollar project Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited (Nigeria LNG).[1] Due to its strategic position, the island hosts various oil companies including Royal Dutch Shell, Mobil, Chevron, Agip, and Elf.

Port Harcourt is the closest city to Bonny Island. Ferries are the main form of transport to and from the island.

Public secondary schools on the island includes: Bonny National Grammar School, Goverment Girls Secondary School and Community Secondary School.

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Coordinates: 4°26′57″N 7°14′24″E / 4.44917°N 7.24000°E / 4.44917; 7.24000