Nigeria’s naphtha-rich Akpo crude is set to load three cargoes of 1 million barrels each in January, the same volume that will load in December, according to a copy of the program seen by S&P Global Platts on Friday.

Total loadings of the grade will total 3 million barrels. Average daily loadings are set to remain the same as December at 96,774 b/d.

The Akpo grade, produced 124 miles offshore Nigeria, is classified as a light sweet crude with low acid content, with an API of 45.98 and a sulfur content of 0.06%. Total holds a 24% stake in the field, while CNOOC holds 45%, Petrobras 16%, NNPC 10% and Sapetro 5%.

Source: Hellenic Shipping News.