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(Reuters) – Average crude oil output for Ivory Coast in 2017 revised to 40,000 barrels a day, up from a previous estimate of 38,000 bpd, Energy and Petroleum Minister Thierry Tanoh said on Monday.
However, average gas production for the West African country this year was seen significantly higher at 275 million cubic feet of gas a day (mcf/day), from a previous estimate of 200 mcf/day.
(Reporting by Wendell Roelf in Cape Town and Loucoumane Coulibaly in Abidjan; Editing by David Goodman)