February 13, 2018 / 5:28 PM / 5 months ago

W. Africa Crude-Nigerian firm, most Angolan cargoes sold

LONDON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Nigerian crude differentials remained strong on Tuesday supported by robust demand, while the number of unsold Angolan cargoes was heard to be dwindling.


* Nigerian Qua Iboe has traded at close to dated Brent plus $2.00 recently and was being offered on Tuesday at dated Brent plus $2.30, a trader said, relatively strong levels.

* There are two cargoes of March-loading Qua still for sale, the trader said.


* Demand from China before the Chinese New Year has helped the bulk of the March-loading cargoes find homes.

* Around six cargoes for March loading were available, a trader said including three of CLOV crude, down from closer to 10 on Monday.

* The loading schedule for April cargoes should be issued in the next few days.


* Indian Oil Corp. is running a buying tender this week expected to take some West African cargoes for loading on April 10-20, a trader said. (Reporting by Alex Lawler; Editing by Adrian Croft) ))

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