Bonny Light crude oil is produced in Nigeria from Chevron and Shell concessions.
Chevron’s exports are throughput and loaded from the Shell-operated Bonny Terminal,
which can accommodate Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) loading. The typical cargo
size is 950 thousand barrels; however, alternate cargo sizes can be arranged with
advance planning. Typically, cargoes are sold with pricing based off Dated Brent
quotes. Chevron-operated fields are contributing production of approximately 40
thousand barrels per day. Chevron has a 40% interest in the concession that produces
crude oils that are routed to and commingled with Bonny Light crude oil.
Whole Crude Properties *
|Total Nitrogen, ppm
|Acid Number, mg KOH/g
|Pour Point, °C
|Charact. Factor (K-FACTOR)
|Viscosity, cSt at 40°C (104°F)
|Viscosity, cSt at 50°C (122°F)
|Ramsbottom Carbon, wt%
|Asphaltenes, (H.C7) wt%
While we believe that this assay is representative of the expected commercial crude, it does not guarantee production quality, and users are solely responsible for their use of the assay. No warranties are given regarding the assay accuracy or any results from its use. Chevron does not warrant or make any representations regarding the use or the results of the use of the foregoing opinion, information or data in this site in terms of their correctness, accuracy, results, use, quality, reliability, or otherwise.
Bonny Light Assay Data
The following links provide you with assay data tables (disclaimer) for various properties across a standard set of cuts, as well as a distillation summary in °F and °C.
This is only a partial assay, if you require further data please contact us.
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