Chilean state oil company ENAP will accept its first cargo of WTI Midland-spec crude at the Port of Quintero this month, sources said Thursday. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now A spokesman for ENAP could not be reached for comment. Before now, Chile was one of only a few South American countries that had never bought US crude. It was unclear which ship was taking the crude to the Port of Quintero. Sources pointed to the Nave Ariadne, a products tanker listed as an long range (LR1) tanker, which was loaded and set sail October 21 from Occidental’s Ingleside docks in the Port of Corpus Christi. Occidental did not reply to a request for comment. The Nave Ariadne crossed through the Panama Canal and was spotted off the coast of Peru on Thursday, according to Platts cFlow trade flow software. It […]