March 26 (Bloomberg) -- Equatorial Guinea will keep exports of its Zafiro crude for May unchanged at four cargoes of 1 million barrels each, a loading program obtained by Bloomberg News shows.
The west African nation will also export two 1 million-barrel consignments of its Ceiba blend, unchanged from April, and cut Aseng loadings to one 950,000-barrel lot in May from two next month, separate schedules showed.
The Republic of Congo will maintain exports of Djeno crude at six cargoes of 920,000 barrels each and N’Kossa at two 950,000-barrel consignments, plans showed.
Exports of Chad’s Doba crude will be unchanged at four 950,000-barrel cargoes, while Ghana’s Jubilee shipments will be stable at three lots of 950,000 barrels each, according to shipping schedules.
Loadings of Cameroon’s Kole crude will be two 800,000-barrel cargoes and one lot of 540,000 barrels, the plans showed.
Loading programs are monthly schedules of crude shipments compiled by field operators to allow buyers and sellers to plan their supply and trading activities.
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