Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Nigeria to Ship Three Amenam, Four Erha Oil Cargoes in March

Nigeria, a favored supplier of oil to U.S. refiners, plans to export three shipments of Amenam crude, the same number as in February, according to a loading schedule obtained by Bloomberg News.

Africa’s largest oil producer will also load three Antan, four Erha, two Okono, one Bonga and three Okwori crude cargoes, the program showed.

Including schedules released earlier, the country will export nine Qua Iboe, seven Bonny Light, six Forcados, three Yoho, eight Agbami, four Akpo, and three EA consignments.

Shipping plans for Brass River, Escravos, Abo and Pennington have yet to be announced. The West African state produced 2.22 million barrels of oil a day in December, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

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