LONDON (Reuters) - Nigeria's offshore Usan oilfield is expected to come on stream in April, potentially pushing the African producer's crude oil exports above 2 million barrels per day (bpd) again, traders said on Friday. "We heard it will become available in April. We are just waiting for the loading programme," one trader said. The operator of the field is French major Total. The company was ...
Read the rest of the story on Yahoo Nigerian News
Added February 17, 2012
from Yahoo Nigerian News