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Oil exports expected to fall to their lowest level since 2008

Angola's oil exports are expected to fall in November to 958,000 barrels a day, totaling 28.75 million barrels, the lowest level since at least early 2008.


According to the financial information agency Bloomberg, which cites the preliminary manifest with deliveries and recipients, there will be 30 cargoes carrying a total of 28.75 million barrels of crude.

November volumes represent a decrease compared to the 38 shipments planned for October, which will lead to a production equivalent to 1.18 million barrels per day, for a total of 35.4 million barrels.

These values can still be revised until the end of the week, when the final transport plan for this raw material must be delivered.

This is the lowest figure since Bloomberg began compiling data on oil exports in early 2008.