Nigeria starts supplying 55,000 bpd crude to South Africa

Oct 04, 1999 02:00 AM

Nigeria started supplying 55,000 bpd of crude oil to South Africa, The Guardian newspaper reported. This was announced by Nigerian High Commissioner to South Africa Alhaji Malami in Johannesburg.
The envoy also disclosed that the first consignment of Nigeria's LNG will leave for France. Earlier, South African President Thabo Mbeki commended Nigeria's decision to allocate 55,000 bpd of crude oil to his country, stating that it marked the "first great step at co-operation between the two greatest African nations".

Source: Xinhua via Newspage
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