Nigeria’s Forcados crude oil targets 168,000 bpd exports in April

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LONDON, Feb 27 Nigeria’s Forcados crude oil stream will export 168,000 bpd in April versus 166,000 bpd in March

Meanwhile The Bonga stream will load 190,000 bpd in April, up from 153,000 bpd the previous month.

* Nigerian diffs held steady as sellers held off cutting offer prices despite wide weakening across light, sweet crude markets amid plentiful supply of comparable U.S. grades.

* A buy tender was expected from Taiwan’s CPC, also discouraging spot activity.

* State oil company Sonangol sold out of its April cargoes with China seeking medium grades which are now scarce following U.S. sanctions on comparable grades from Venezuela and Iran.

* An industry event in London kept activity fairly muted.
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Reporting by Noah Browning and Amanda Cooper; Editing by Kirsten Donovan

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