LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Nigeria's April crude oil exports
are on track to drop by just over 100,000 barrels per day (bpd)
in April from the previous month, according to loading
programmes compiled by Reuters on Tuesday.
The exports of 1.54 million bpd, on 50 cargoes, are down
from a revised March programme that included 1.65 million bpd on
56 cargoes. The biggest month-on-month decline was in Qua Iboe,
Nigeria's largest oil stream.
Qua Iboe exports in March were revised higher t
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