Nigerian oil export delays for Brass stretch to 4 weeks
GENEVA Nov 26 (Reuters) - Delays to Nigerian exports of Brass River crude oil have doubled to nearly a month from two weeks previously, a trade source said on Monday, a sign that production problems in the top African producer are far from over.
Italy's Eni declared force majeure on Brass River loadings earlier this month due to flooding.
A trade source said the Brass grade will load five tankers in January, including four shipments delayed from the December programme. (Reporting by Emma Farge; editing by James Jukwey)
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