LONDON (Reuters) - All four of Nigeria's refineries are working and producing at an average rate of 60 percent of capacity, a spokesman for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corp (NNPC) told Reuters on Thursday.
"Nothing is wrong with the refineries. Kaduna, Warri, they are all working," the NNPC spokesman said. "Warri has so much kerosene it's even becoming a problem."
Nigeria's refineries have the potential to process 445,000 barrels per day of crude oil but they have never reached full production because of sabotage and poor maintenance.