July 24 (Bloomberg) -- The Republic of Congo will export six Djeno crude cargoes in September, unchanged from August, according to loading program obtained by Bloomberg News.
The country plans to reduce shipments of N’Kossa grade to one consignment, one less than August, the schedule showed.
Chad will export four lots of Doba crude, one more than August, while Equatorial Guinea will load one Aseng crude shipment, compared with two in August, separate plans showed.
Djeno shipments are for 920,000 barrels each, while the other grades are for 950,000 barrels.
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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