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2018-01-26 12:15:00

NIGERIAN OIL PRICE: $45-$46

NIGERIAN OIL PRICE: $45-$46

BLOOMBERG - Africa's top oil producer is learning to ignore crude prices, Nigeria's Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun said.

"We've gotten to a point where we don't care," whether prices will be sustained at the level that they have recently risen to, Adeosun said during an interview in her office in the capital, Abuja. "We've been able to balance our budget at $45-$46 per barrel and we've got to learn to live comfortably at that level."

Brent crude has rallied almost 60 percent since the middle of last year as OPEC and allied producing nations stick to agreed output curbs. The global benchmark traded at about $70.25 per barrel in London on Friday morning.

The OPEC member is recovering from a contraction of its economy in 2016, the first in a quarter century, after a decline in oil prices and in the nation's output due to unrest in the key Niger river delta. The country can't afford to rely so much on the commodity anymore, Adeosun said.

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"Yes, it's at $66-$67 per barrel today, but we've been here before, right?" she said Tuesday. "And we can't afford to be exposed to that, so I really try very hard to ignore the oil price."

President Muhammadu Buhari submitted in December a 2018 budget based on projected oil output, including condensates, of 2.3 million barrels a day at $45 per barrel.

Nigeria, which derives about two thirds of its revenue from crude, is seeking to diversify its economy. The government's efforts include pushing for agricultural expansion to reduce a heavy food-import bill and boost exports.

It is also seeking to plug an infrastructure gap of $25 billion, Adeosun said. "The infrastructure gap is significant, it is far bigger than anybody had imagined, in power, in roads, in rail."

Nigeria's foreign-exchange reserves have been boosted by the rise in crude prices, combined with an increase of oil shipments and improved investor confidence. Barring any shock, the Central Bank of Nigeria could build its reserves to $60 billion in the next 12 to 18 months, from $40 billion currently, Governor Godwin Emefiele said in an interview Wednesday.

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With oil receipts dominating fiscal revenue and exports, the Nigerian economy has been hit hard by low oil prices and falling oil production. The country entered into a recession in 2016, with growth contracting by 1.5 percent. Annual inflation levels doubled to 18.6 percent, reflecting hikes in electricity and fuel tariffs, a weaker naira and accommodating monetary conditions (broad money expanding at 19 percent y-o-y). Even with a significant under-execution in capital spending, the consolidated fiscal deficit increased from 3.5 percent of GDP in 2015 to 4.7 percent of GDP in 2016, because of significant revenue shortfalls.

 

 

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