PetroEcuador said it has pushed 10 crude export loadings from April to May as it works to repair its 360,000 b/d Sote pipeline.
The May exports will include six medium sour Oriente cargoes and four heavy sour Napo cargoes.
The 503km (313mi) Sote line, as well as PetroEcuador’s Shushufindi-Quito products pipeline and the 450,000 b/d OCP pipeline owned by producers were damaged by mudslides on 7 April.
The Sote repairs are 20pc complete, and the products line is halfway repaired, PetroEcuador chief executive Pablo Flores said yesterday.
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