Angola yashika namba moja kwa uzalishaji wa Mafuta, Nigeria yashuka kwa uzalishaji 2022

Angola yashika namba moja kwa uzalishaji wa Mafuta, Nigeria yashuka kwa uzalishaji 2022

Taifa la Nigeria, Angola yashika namba moja kwa uzalishaji wa Mafuta, Nigeria yashuka kwa uzalishaji 2022,  limepoteza taji lake kama kinara na mzalishaji namba moja barani Afrika wa uzalishaji wa mafutra huku taji hilo likichukuliwa na taifa la Angola ikiipita nchi hiyo kwa mara ya kwanza katika zaidi ya miaka mitano.

Angola yashika namba moja kwa uzalishaji wa Mafuta, Nigeria yashuka kwa uzalishaji 2022

The nation of Nigeria has lost its title as the leader and the number one producer in Africa of oil production while the title was taken by the nation of Angola passing the country for the first time in more than five years.

 

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Angola’s average daily output in August of 1.17 million barrels was higher than Nigeria’s at 1.13 million barrels, according to a Bloomberg survey of OPEC monthly output. The last time it happened was in April 2017 when both nations were pumping about 500,000 barrels a day more, the same data shows.

Nigeria’s production has declined sharply since 2020 and has reached record lows this year. The government has blamed high levels of theft on pipelines that run through the oil-rich Niger Delta in southern Nigeria.

Angola yashika namba moja kwa uzalishaji wa Mafuta, Nigeria yashuka kwa uzalishaji 2022

Libya produced 1.08 million barrels of crude oil per day in August, according to the study, and could soon overtake Nigeria if the West African country continues on its current course.

 

Figures published by Nigeria’s Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission paint a more grim picture, with output at just 972,000 barrels per day last month. That number rose to 1.18 million barrels when condensate – light hydrocarbons that have been excluded from OPEC’s quota – is included.

Major Oil Producers in Africa.

 

  1. Angola – 1.187 million barrels per day.
  2. Libya – 1.186 million barrels per day
  3. Algeria – 1.053 million barrels per day
  4. Nigeria – 972,394 barrels per day
  5. Egypt – 559,000 barrels per day
  6. Congo – 262,000 barrels per day
  1. Gabon – 202,000 barrels per day
  2. Ghana – 150,000 barrels per day
  3. South Sudan – 147K barrels per day
  4. Equatorial Guinea – 90K barrels per day
  5. Chad – 70K barrels per day
  6. Cameroon – 62K barrels per day.
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