LONDON, May 3 (Reuters) - Nigeria's crude oil exports are
set to slip to 1.52 million barrels per day (bpd) in June,
according to loading programmes compiled by Reuters on Tuesday.
The programme for the month is down from a revised schedule
of 1.63 million bpd in May. Three of the June cargoes of Qua
Iboe, the largest Nigerian stream, were deferred from May.
Operator ExxonMobil has reissued the Qua Iboe plan several
times in the past two months due to persistent, but unexplained,
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