The crude oil production share for Nigeria is presently 1.77 million barrels for each day following understandings come to by members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
OPEC member countries and their non-OPEC allies had consented to chop down crude oil production so as to end the fall in worldwide crude oil costs.
This came as the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva, disclosed to Blomberg TV that Nigeria was prepared to make further oil cuts if vital.
He said Nigeria and different members of OPEC were prepared to cut crude supplies further if costs keep on tumbling.
“Everyone concurs in OPEC that we have to balance out the market. We can’t permit costs just to dive,” Sylva stated.
He said that Nigeria was focused on going along completely with its new production standard of 1.774 million barrels per day, having over-delivered in August.
Sylva said Nigeria would chop down in September, including that the nation would completely consent this month.
Nigeria is right now pumping 1.69 million barrels every day in the midst of a pipeline blackout, yet midpoints around 2,000,000 barrels per day when delivering at full capacity.
OPEC member countries and their allies, all in all known as OPEC+, are because of meet in Vienna toward the beginning of December.
Their present understanding for production cuts totalling 1.2 million barrels a day lapses toward the finish of March.
The minister said the nation was not anticipating any noteworthy capacity from new tasks temporarily.