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LONDON, June 11 – Nigeria’s oil exports are
expected to fall in July to just 1.43 million barrels per day
(bpd), loading plans showed on Monday, the lowest level so far
this year.
The export plan comprised 48 cargoes, compared with 60
cargoes and a daily rate of 1.796 million bpd in June, due in
part to an outage on the Bonny Light stream, which has been under force majeure for a month.
July’s export plan also includes four cargoes of Akpo condensate with 123,000 bpd, compared with four cargoes in June
with 133,000 bpd.
The export plans showed one extra cargo of Agbami than in
June, as well as one more Bonga and an extra Qua Iboe. It also
shows 3 fewer Forcados and one fewer Escravos.
A number of smaller streams showed no cargoes would load in
July.
Nigerian oil export plans are prone to revisions and delays,
with cargoes frequently pushed from one month to the next.

Grade July Barrels June Barrels per
cargoes per day cargoes day
Abo none none 1 23,000
Agbami 7 220,000 6 195,000
Amenam 4 122,000 4 127,000
Antan none none 1 32,000
Bonga 6 184,000 5 158,000
Bonny Light* 6 195,000
Brass River 4 99,000 5 88,000
EA none none none none
Ebok* 1 22,000
Erha 5 153,000 4 127,000
Escravos 5 153,000 6 190,000
Forcados 7 195,000 10 289,000
Okono none none none none
Okwori none none none none
Oyo*
Pennington 1 31,000 1 32,000
Qua Iboe 9 276,000 8 245,000
Usan* 2 67,000
Okwuibome*
Yoho none none 1 32,000
Total 48 1.43(mln) 60 1.79 (mln)
* Programme not available

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