Nigeria to fully comply with the OPEC+ agreement by mid-July- says Mele Kyari the head of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.
- Nigeria, which did not comply with the OPEC+ agreement and exceeded its quota of 100,000 barrels per day to maintain its market share, would now trim the output and make up for the excess production.
- OPEC and allies have given some time to its members, who did not comply with the landmark agreement to slash 9.7 million barrels of production cut till June 2020 and has now been extended till July 2020.
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