W. Africa Crude-Market hits brief price impasse

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W. Africa Crude-Market hits brief price impasse
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LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Spot activity was slow on Monday following a flurry of deals in the last few weeks, particularly for Angolan crude, after offer levels surpassed buyer interest.

* Weak freight rates, a narrower Dubai/Brent spread were also weighing on Asian demand.

* Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM ) was still offering a cargo of Angolan CLOV at dated Brent plus $2.40. Equinor was still said to be offering a cargo of Dalia.

* Oando sold a cargo of Nigerian Bonny light to Chevron (NYSE: CVX ) loading Jan. 17-18 at the end of last week, trading sources said.

* January-loading Bonny Light was being offered at the official selling price plus 80 cents. Exxon was offering Erha at dated Brent plus $1.50.

* Nigerian Brass River crude exports were still under force majeure, a trading source familiar with the matter said.

* South Africa's Sasol issued a buy tender for crude for early February arrival. The tender closes mid-week.

* Perenco and SNH were offering two cargoes of Cameroonian Kole crude via a tender closing this week.

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