W. Africa Crude-Sonangol offers cargoes, Bonny loadings delayed

 LONDON, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Angolan state oil company
Sonangol was offering cargoes of Dalia and Girassol on Monday,
while loadings of Nigerian Bonny Light crude were heard to be
delayed around five days. ANGOLA * About 20 of March's cargoes are still unsold, a trader
said * Sonangol was still offering cargoes of Dalia and Girassol,
a source said. The Dalia was last being offered at more than
dated Brent plus $2.50 * Other recent sellers were sticking to the sidelines.
China's Unipec was not offering cargoes in the Platts window, a
source said, having done so on Friday NIGERIA * Loadings of Bonny Light are facing delays of about five
days, a trader familiar with the loading schedule said. Shell
declared force majeure on exports last week * At least 10 Nigerian cargoes remain for loading in
February and have been offered at steep discounts to the March
programme (Reporting by Alex Lawler, editing by David Evans) ))
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