W. Africa Crude-Some Nigerian programmes emerge, June Angolan offered

Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:42pm GMT
 

LONDON, April 21 (Reuters) - June loading Angolan cargoes have started trading, while a flurry of tenders due to close next week absorbed traders' attention.

Trade was quiet on the Nigerian front following the release of May official selling prices and still missing June loading programmes for major grades such as Qua Iboe.

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* State firm Sonangol has already sold a cargo of Dalia, its only spot cargo in June. Buyer details did not emerge.

* Total and Statoil were offering June loading Pazflor at around dated Brent minus 50 cents a barrel.

* BP offered cargoes of Mondo and Kissanje at dated Brent minus 40 cents a barrel and a cargo of Saturno at dated Brent minus 80 cents a barrel.

* ExxonMobil offered another cargo of Kissanje at dated Brent minus 30 cents a barrel.

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