Oil and natural gas production in Brazil reached 3.307 million barrels of oil equivalent per day in November, according to a report released by the government’s petroleum industry regulator ANP on Friday.
Oil production fell 0.6 percent from October to 2.609 barrels per day, with more than one-quarter of this coming from the giant offshore Lula field. Natural gas output touched a new record at 111.1 million cubic meters a day, a 2.4 percent increase.
(Reporting by Bruno Federowski, Tatiana Bautzer and Luciano Costa; Editing by Daniel Flynn)
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