Palanca crude oil is produced in Angola from five different concessions. It is loaded
from the Total-operated Palanca Terminal, which can accommodate Very Large Crude
Carrier (VLCC) loading. The typical cargo size is 985 thousand barrels; however,
alternate cargo sizes can be arranged with advance planning. Typically, cargoes
are sold with pricing based off Dated Brent quotes. The production rate of the contributing
fields is approximately 140 thousand barrels per day. Chevron has a 20% interest
in the Block 2 concession and a 16% interest in the FST concession.
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%
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Palanca 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.
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