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Nigeria oil exports in January to fall from 21-mth high -programmes


Reuters

By Libby George

LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Nigeria's January oil exports are expected to slip back from a 21-month high hit in December, according to a Reuters compilation of loading plans on Thursday.

Crude oil exports of 1.76 million barrels per day (bpd) are scheduled for January on 62 cargoes. The total compared with exports set at 1.94 million bpd in December, the highest scheduled since March 2016.

The programme also included three cargoes of Akpo condensate for a total of 97,000 bpd, the same level as December.

Grade

January cargoes

Barrels per day

December cargoes

Barrels per day

Abo

0

0

1

13,000

Agbami

7

220,000

8

252,000

Amenam

3

92,000

3

92,000

Antan

1

31,000

0

0

Bonga

5

153,000

7

215,000

Bonny Light

5

139,000

8

235,000

Brass River

5

105,000

5

85,000

EA

0

0

1

31,000

Ebok

1

21,000

0

0

Erha

4

123,000

4

123,000

Escravos

6

163,000

6

169,000

Forcados

10

272,000

9

238,000

Okono

0

0

1

29,000

Okwori

0

0

1

16,000

Oyo*

Pennington

1

31,000

0

0

Qua Iboe

9

276,000

10

306,000

Usan

3

97,000

3

97,000

Okwuibome*

1

29,000

Yoho

1

10,000

3

50,000

Total

62

1.76 mln

70

1.94 mln

* Programme not available




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