Nigeria’s Oil Production Crashes to 900,000b/d

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Nigeria’s crude oil output fell to 900, 000 barrels per day (b/d) last month.

According to the OPEC report, Nigeria’s crude oil production dropped from 1 million b/d recorded in July, to 900, 000b/d in August.

This is as the price of the country’s crude grade, dropped by 10 per cent within the space of one month.

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