September 13, 2019 / 4:10 PM / a month ago

W. Africa Crude-Nigerian offers hold strong, Angolan weakening

    LONDON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Several tenders mopped up
October loading barrels on Friday though spot activity remained
thin ahead of the emergence of November loading programmes next
week.
        
    * Nigerian Qua Iboe was offered at dated Brent plus $3.00 a
barrel, a trader said.
    * Around 10 cargoes of Angolan oil remain available for
export in October.
    * The November programme is expected to be issued early next
week.
    * Indonesia's Pertamina awarded its tender for late November
delivery crude cargoes. It is taking Bonny Light and Qua Iboe,
two traders said. One specified that Sahara was the winner.
    * Turkey's Tupras bought a cargo of Bonny Light from Vitol,
two traders said, in its latest tender for Oct. 25-Nov. 15
delivery.
    
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 (Reporting by Julia Payne and Susan Fenton)
  
 
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