W. Africa Crude-Flurry of Angolan on offer, IOC issues tender

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LONDON, Nov 4 (Reuters) – Many spot Angolan cargoes were on
offer on Monday while Nigerian activity remained subdued though
differentials have risen since last month.

* Just under 20 Angolan cargoes remained from the December
programme with close to half of those with Total.
* The final Angolan loading programme for December was set
at 45 cargoes with an additional two partial cargoes of Palanca
and Gimboa and Plutonio to be kept by Angola’s state firm
Sonangol.
* Sonangol was still said to be offering a cargo of Gimboa
at around dated Brent plus $2.00 and sold its cargoes of Mondo
and Pazflor.
* Chevron was offering an end-December cargo of Cabinda at
around dated Brent plus $2.00.
* Girassol was being offered as high as dated Brent plus
$2.90 a barrel.
* Nigerian spot activity was slow though offer levels on key
grades such as Bonny Light have rebounded to levels they were at
before sanctions were imposed on COSCO subsidiaries.
* Freight rates soared after the United States placed
sanctions on subsidiaries of Chinese shipping firm COSCO at the
end of September.

TENDERS
* India’s IOC issued a buy tender closing on Nov. 7 for west
African crude loading Jan. 1-10.

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(Reporting By Julia Payne; Editing by Edmund Blair)

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