Angola's oil production fell in March

The table based on direct communication indicates that Angola's output fell by 2,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 1.496 million bpd, while that of Nigeria increased by 50.3 thousand bpd to 1.686 million bpd, a differential of 190 thousand bpd day.

The table based on secondary sources reveals that Angola's output fell 81.7 thousand barrels per day to 1.524 million bpd, while that of Nigeria increased 18.3 thousand barrels per day to 1.810 million bpd , a differential in this case of 286,000 barrels per day. In February, the most recent month for which the report publishes data, Angola remained as one of the main oil suppliers to China, but third, with a share of 12 percent, surpassed only by Russia with 16 percent and Saudi Arabia with 14 percent.

The report also indicates that in that month Angolan sales to China fell by 128,000 barrels per day, Russia's by 18,000 bpd, while Saudi Arabia's sales increased by 198,000 barrels per day. Source: Jornal de Angola


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