W. Africa Crude-Some Nigerian offers trimmed on ample supply

 LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Some sellers of Nigerian crude
were trimming their offer levels on Thursday, traders said, amid
ample supplies. NIGERIA * Offers of Bonny Light/Qua Iboe were heard to be coming
from dated Brent plus $2.75, a trader said, lower than
previously heard. * The fall in asking prices came with sentiment among some
potential customers that earlier indications were too high. * On Tuesday, traders said Qua Iboe continued to be offered
at about dated Brent plus $3.00, likely by Exxon. * Supply is ample with over 20 cargoes from October
lingering, slowing down trades of crude exporting in November. ANGOLA * About four to five October-loading cargoes are still
available plus around 17 November cargoes, a trader said. * Another cargo of Cabinda was added to the loading
programme for mid-November and is with Sonangol, boosting total
November supply to 40 cargoes. TENDERS * Both Indian Oil Corp. and Thailand's PTT were running
tenders for West African grades set to close late this week, but
details did not emerge. (Reporting by Alex Lawler; editing by Kirsten Donovan) ))

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