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Nigerian programmes awaited

06/19/2021 | 06:31am EDT

LONDON (Reuters) - Spot trade was muted on Friday as traders awaited Nigerian official selling prices and August loading programmes.

* Around half a dozen cargoes from the July-loading schedule are available.

* India's IOC was said to have awarded its latest tender for August loading barrels to Shell taking Nigerian grades Bonga and Agbami.

* BP was offering Nigerian Qua Iboe at dated Brent plus $1.60 loading end July. Other grades have been driven up $1 a barrel recently by fresh European demand post-COVID lockdowns.

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(Reporting by Julia Payne; Editing by David Evans and Lousie Heavens)


ę Reuters 2021
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