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Nigerian Crude Loadings to 3% MoM in April

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Nigerian crude oil loadings are set to fall to 1.23mbpd in April – based on schedules for 13 oil grades - down from 1.27mbpd in March according to loading schedules seen by Bloomberg.

  • Brass grade exports are expected to rise to 58kbpd next month, compared with 29kbpd in March.
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Nigerian crude oil loadings are set to fall to 1.23mbpd in April – based on schedules for 13 oil grades - down from 1.27mbpd in March according to loading schedules seen by Bloomberg.

  • Brass grade exports are expected to rise to 58kbpd next month, compared with 29kbpd in March.