In turn, the Girassol crop – according to data from the Monthly Oil Bulletin, composed and published by PetroAngola and cited by Angop – won the 'silver', with a monthly average of around 120.34 dollars per barrel.
To complete the podium, Nemba is missing, which ranked third after reaching the highest price of 126.03 dollars per barrel and obtaining a monthly average of 118.23 dollars per barrel.
Next, according to the document, is Dália (highest price of 123.63 dollars per barrel and monthly average of 116.72 dollars per barrel).
The national grades, during the month under analysis, were sold at a premium against Brent, the bulletin also indicates, which also adds that the combination of the values of the most valued domestic products in international markets reached an average price of 119.12 dollars per barrel, having been traded at 3.53 dollars per barrel.
It should also be noted that in June production fell by around 2.4 percent: 35.136 million barrels of oil were produced. The average was 1.171 million barrels per day, thus corresponding to a decrease of around 2.4 percent compared to the previous month, when 35.998 million barrels were produced.
In the period under analysis, the list of major producers was led by Block 17. The average production of this block was 386,054 thousand barrels per day.
The second and third places belong to Block 0 (average production of 159,044 thousand barrels per day) and Block 32 (average production of 151,711 thousand barrels per day), respectively.