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Malaysia to export 8 Kimanis crude cargoes in Dec after repairs

Producers of Malaysia’s Kimanis crude have scheduled to load eight cargoes in December, including three that were delayed from the previous month due to unplanned maintenance, industry sources said.

One of the cargoes allocated to PTT Exploration and Production Pcl has a higher volume at 700,000 barrels, the sources said. December’s overall export volume will be higher than November. Malaysia’s state energy firm Petronas said in late September that unplanned maintenance is underway at the Gumusut-Kakap oilfield operated by Royal Dutch Shell off the coast of Sabah that produces Kimanis crude. Production issue at the field will reduce Kimanis crude exports in October and November.

Preliminary December loading programme
Company Grade Volume Loading date ConocoPhillips Kimanis 600KB Dec 1 Petronas Kimanis 600KB Dec 5 PTTEP Kimanis 700KB Dec 10 PetroBrunei Kimanis 600KB Dec 12-16 Shell Kimanis 600KB Dec 17-21 Petronas Kimanis 600KB Dec 21-25 ConocoPhillips Kimanis 600KB Dec 26-30 Petronas Kimanis 600KB Dec 30-Jan 3 Revised November loading programme Company Grade Volume Loading date ConocoPhillips Kimanis 570KB Nov 5 Petronas Kimanis 570KB Nov 10 PetroBrunei Kimanis 600KB Nov 14 Pertamina Kimanis 600KB Nov 19 Petronas Kimanis 600KB Nov 25 Shell Kimanis 600KB Nov 27
Source: Reuters (Reporting by Florence Tan; Editing by Kim Coghill and Amy Caren Daniel)

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