DAKAR: Angola's oil exports are expected to fall to their lowest in two and half years, loading programmes showed on Wednesday.
OPEC member Angola will export 1.52 million barrels per day (bpd) of oil in January, down from a planned 1.70 million bpd in December.
The export level for January is slightly lower than a previous Reuters estimate of 1.55 million bpd, which was based partially on shipping lists from previous months.
Angola will load no cargoes of Gimboa, Palanca or Kuito in January, trade sources said on Wednesday.
See below for the latest table compiled from shipping lists.