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LONDON, July 17 (Reuters) - State firm Sonangol issued its September loading programme on Monday with traders immediately offering cargoes as August cargoes are sold out.
* Nigerian September loading programmes are also expected to emerge this week.
* Exports of Angolan crude oil are expected to fall to 50 cargoes in September, down from 54 cargoes in August, a loading plan showed on Monday.
* With the emergence of the programme, ExxonMobil immediately offered five cargoes.
* Exxon showed Saxi at dated Brent plus 10 cents loading Sept. 10-11, Dalia at dated Brent minus 40 cents a barrel loading Sept. 13-14, Pazflor at dated Brent minus 30 cents loading Sept. 9-10, Kissanje at dated Brent plus 10 cents a barrel loading Sept. 21-22 and Zafiro at dated Brent plus 25 cents a barrel loading Sept. 6-7.
* French oil and gas company Total said on Monday that crude exports from its Djeno terminal in Congo Republic was ongoing and unaffected following a strike last week and the sinking of a loading buoy in an unrelated accident.
* India's BPCL was running a tender to buy oil, including Angolan grades, loading the first half of September. Results were expected on July 19.
* Eni awarded its first cargo of crude from the new Sankofa field in Ghana to Repsol but this could not be immediately confirmed. (Reporting by Julia Payne; editing by David Clarke, Greg Mahlich) ))