Nigeria has recommitted itself to meeting its target for the year of boosting daily oil production amid its current challenges.
The country’s federal government is looking to increase output by up to 2.5million barrels per day.
The country’s Minister of State for Petroleum, Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, said there was an “increased conversation” taking place amongst government.
He said: “There is increased conversation going on, I think when we met in December you had blocs that were hardly talking to one another, everybody was protecting their own positional logic now I think you having cross logic, people are saying what’s the deficiency in your logic versus what’s the optimum side of your logic. So people are talking a lot more intellectually now.”
Kachikwu said debts as of November stood at between $3.5 and $4billion.