LONDON, Dec 7 (Reuters) - Some spot activity returned to the market on Thursday mopping up a few more January loading cargoes while India’s IOC ended up taking four cargoes of West African crude in its latest tender.
* About 10 cargoes of January-loading crude are still available, traders said.
* Angola’s Sonangol was offering Dalia at dated Brent minus 30 cents and Pazflor at dated minus 20 cents, unchanged from Tuesday.
* Sonangol sold a cargo of Olombendo to Phillips 66 this week, a trader said.
* Statoil bought a cargo of Kissanje from Eni but this could not immediately be confirmed.
* About 30 cargoes were left from the January programme.
* Phillips 66 bought a cargo of Forcados from Sahara loading Jan. 15-16 but this could not immediately be confirmed. Forcados was previously being shown at about dated Brent plus $1.40-$1.50 a barrel.
* In its latest tender for early February loading, Indian refiner Indian Oil Corp. took a cargo of Kissanje from Statoil, Agbami from Chevron, Amenam from Total and Escravos from Trafigura, traders said.
* Indonesia’s Pertamina reissued a buy tender for February and March cargoes that closes on Friday.
* India’s BPCL issued a large tender for a wide variety of grades from different regions that closes on Dec. 12.
* Uruguay’s Ancap is running a tender to buy West African oil for February delivery that closes this week. (Reporting by Julia Payne; Editing by Edmund Blair) ))