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Angolan oil exports to dip

Nov 16 2012 19:44 Reuters

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Geneva - Angolan oil exports are set to fall slightly in January to around 1.80 million barrels per day despite the first exports of BP's new Saturno grade, traders said on Friday.

The west African country will load around 56 million barrels of crude oil on 59 cargoes. These include two deferred cargoes from the December programme and two tankers loaded with BP's new Saturno stream, the traders said.
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