Sonangol Drops Two Cargos to Keep to OPEC Schedule
In its bid to keep in line with OPEC’s reduced output program Sonangol, Angola’s state-run firm, has removed two cargos from its planned exports for May.
A Reuters report said that a revised loading program showed that exports were now set at 1.61 million bpd from 52 cargos, down from 1.67 million bpd from 54 cargoes initially.
The two removed cargos, scheduled for end May are now pushed back to June, and include a Dalia cargo and a Cabinda cargo that was set to load with ENI.
Source: Petroleum Africa