LONDON, June 4 - Traders waited for the results of two Indian IOC tenders on Thursday before resuming spot discussions on Nigerian crude while demand seemed to be slowing after a spike in the last month. * Around a dozen July loading Angolan cargoes remained. * Exxon Mobil was said to have sold a cargo of Dalia but further details did not immediately emerge. * Around two-thirds, or about 35 cargoes, of Nigeria's July programme was still available. * India's IOC has two buy tenders running, mostly seeking
West African crude. One is for 2 million barrels cargoes loading July 4-13 and the other for 1 million loading Aug. 1-10 and both are set to close on Friday.
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request for debt relief.
* Brimming diesel inventories and stronger oil prices are
driving down refining profits, stifling incentives to hike
production even as fuel demand recovers from the coronavirus
European cracks, the profit margin for producing
diesel from crude, have hit an all-time low, while cracks in the
United States and Asia have also plummeted.