Equatorial Guinea March Aseng Crude Exports Stable at Two Lots

Equatorial Guinea plans to export two cargoes of Aseng crude in March, the same amount as scheduled for next month, according to a preliminary loading program obtained by Bloomberg News.

The two March consignments will be 950,000 barrels each, compared with one 950,000-barrel lot and another of 600,000 barrels in February, the program shows.

The African nation will also ship three Zafiro cargoes and two of Ceiba in March, according to earlier schedules. Daily crude exports from the country are set to be 217,742 barrels compared with 264,286 barrels next month.

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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