LONDON, Jan 3 (Reuters) - Angolan state oil company Sonangol was offering six cargoes on Wednesday while a number of pending Asian buy tenders were dampening activity in the Nigerian market.
* Sonangol is offering two Dalia cargoes and shipments of Hungo, Olombendo, Sangos and Saturno, a trader said, more than it has had for sale on a spot basis in recent months.
* The most recent offer levels heard were Olombendo at dated Brent plus 80 cents, Dalia at dated minus 30 cents, Saturno at dated minus 40 cents and Hungo at dated plus 10 cents.
* About 20 Angolan cargoes for February loading are still available of the 46 planned for export during the month, a fairly large number for this stage in the monthly trading cycle.
* Activity appeared to be limited.
* The last offer level heard for Qua Iboe was dated Brent plus $1.90.
* Indian Oil (NS:IOC) Corp. has a buy tender running that is expected to absorb some West African crude cargoes, a trader said.
* Another Indian refiner, BPCL, has a tender closing on Jan. 4 to buy West African crude for loading Feb. 1-10. The company is also running a tender to buy March-loading U.S. crude.
* A tender from Indonesia's Pertamina to buy early to mid-March delivery West African crude closed on Wednesday.
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