Exports of four key Nigerian oil grades to fall in April

SectorOil & Gas
CountryMiddle east

Exports of four key Nigerian oil grades to fall in April Nigeria's Bonga crude stream will load 95,000 bpd in April    LONDON- Exports of four of Nigeria's main crude oil grades are set to fall slightly to 712,000 barrels per day (bpd) in April from 727,000 bpd planned for February, according to loading programmes seen by traders.Planned loadings in barrels per day are as follows:April March Bonny Light 222,000 184,000 Bonga 95,000 123,000 Qua Iboe 190,000 170,000 Forcados 205,000 250,000 TOTAL 712,000 727,000(Reporting by Noah Browning, editing by Louise Heavens) ((noah.browning@thomsonreuters.com;))Zawya CoverageeconomySaudi real GDP to return to pre-COVID-19 levels in 2022, says S&PecommerceUAE's ADNOC Distribution goes online, ties up with Amazonislamic financeIslamic finance to continue rising in 2021: Moody'saerospaceUAE plane lessor DAE signs deal with IndiGo for Airbus aircrafthealthcareSaudi's Sulaiman Al Habib Group signs $19mln deal for hospital constructionMoreReuters CoverageipoTurkish renewable energy producer Aydem applies for IPOhealthcareAfreximbank approves $2bln for African nations to secure COVID-19 vaccineseconomyKuwait expects parliament...read more...