In the period under review, Oil production averaged at 1.91million
barrels per day (mbpd), -0.12million barrels lower than the daily average
production recorded in the third quarter of 2017. Oil production during the
quarter was higher by 0.15million barrels per day relative to the corresponding
quarter in 2016, which recorded an output of 1.76mbpd. (Figure2) .
The Non-Oil Sector
non-oil sector grew by 1.45% in real terms during the reference quarter.
This is higher by 1.78% point compared to the rate recorded same quarter, 2016
and 2.21% point higher than in the third quarter of 2017. The non-oil sector
recorded an annual growth of 0.47% compared to –0.22 in 2016. This sector was
driven this quarter mainly by Agriculture (Crop), Trade and
Transportation and storage. In real terms, the Non-Oil sector contributed
92.83% to the nation’s GDP, lower from share recorded in the fourth quarter of
2016 (93.25%) but higher than in the third quarter of 2017 (89.96%). Annual
contribution was 91.32% and 91.65% in 2016.
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2018 NBS Reports