LONDON, April 25 (Reuters) - Nigeria's initial oil export
plan for June showed crude loadings poised to fall to the lowest
level so far this year, according to a compilation of loading
programmes on Monday.
The exports, on 52 cargoes, totalled 1.57 million barrels
per day (bpd), compared with a revised May programme of 1.6
million bpd aboard 55 cargoes.
The export plans did not include Erha, which is the subject
of a disagreement between ExxonMobil and Nigeria's NNPC. There
has still be
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