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Production in Libya, which along with Nigeria is exempt from output cuts, rebounded 30,000 barrels a day to 920,000 barrels in September as the Sharara field restarted after a halt of more than two weeks. Nigerian output increased by 20,000 barrels to 1.77 million barrels a day, just short of the 1.8 million barrels a day that could eventually lead to its participation in OPEC's effort to reduce output.Saudi Arabia, OPEC's biggest producer, boosted production by 60,000 barrels a day to 10.06 million barrels, while Gulf neighbor Kuwait lifted output by 50,000 barrels to 2.76 million barrels a day.
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