SINGAPORE: Malaysia's Kimanis crude exports are expected to return to normal levels in August with 10 cargoes scheduled to load that month, up from three cargoes in July, trade sources said on Wednesday.
Petroleum Brunei, Shell and ConocoPhillips will be marketing two cargoes each while Pertamina has one cargo.
Petronas is marketing three cargoes, the sources said.
Production of Kimanis crude, Malaysia's key export grade, was expected to fall sharply in July because of maintenance work at the Gumusut-Kakap field. - Reuters