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L’Angola et la Libye détrônent le Nigeria dans la production de pétrole

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L'Angola et la Libye détrônent le Nigeria dans la production de pétrole

Angola and Libya maintained their lead over Nigeria as Africa's largest crude oil producers for the second month in a row, according to a report by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

OPEC said so in its oil market report for the month. According to the report, Nigeria's crude oil production in September averaged 1.087 million barrels per day.

The report states that the figure shows an increase of around 30,000 mb/d from the 1.057 mb/d produced on average in August.

However, as in the previous month, the report shows that Angola remained Africa's largest crude oil producer for the month under review with an average production of 1.184 mb/d.

He said Libya's crude oil production also averaged 1.152 mb/d in September.

According to secondary sources, total OPEC-13 crude oil production averaged 29.77 mb/d in September, up 146,000 barrels per day month-on-month.

“La production de pétrole brut a augmenté principalement en Arabie saoudite, au Nigeria, en Libye et aux Émirats arabes unis, tandis que la production en Irak, au Venezuela et en Iran a diminué”, indique le rapport.

He said the recent rate had been fuelled by domestic and international constraints on supply chains, a weakened naira and higher energy and transport prices.

“Cependant, compte tenu de la croissance de la masse monétaire au sens large de 21% en glissement annuel en août, il existe une composante monétaire importante derrière la spirale inflationniste.

“Pour le moment, l’indice du directeur des achats de la Stanbic IBTC Bank Nigeria est passé à 53,7 en septembre 2022, contre 52,3 le mois précédent”, indique le rapport.

He said this reflected a stable improvement in overall economic conditions, with sentiment remaining positive, supported by the outlook for the fossil fuel market.

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