Nigerian Crude bid higher, brisk demand for Angolan and BP Bid

Nigerian crude differentials rose on Monday, supported by bidding from BP, while only about a fifth of Angola's cargoes for October loading are still available, indicating strong demand.
Qua Iboe for October loading was bid by BP via Platts at dated Brent plus $1.65 a barrel. That was up 5 cents from a similar bid on Friday.
BP bid for Bonny Light at dated Brent plus $1.65, also up 5 cents, indicating a stronger market.

About 20 percent of Angola's 49 cargoes of October-loading crude are available for sale, fewer than reported on Friday.
State oil company Sonangol is sold out of October cargoes, a source said.

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