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hi - i hope you mean 'coconut milk' not water

I'll assume that you used coconut milk, not coconut water.  I'll also assume that you kept the coconut milk at room temperature for the 24-48 hours, right?  

Probably what you see is not oil, but another byproduct.  The white, yogurt-like foamy stuff is usually on top, under that is the oil, and on the bottom is water.

How many liters of coconut milk did you use? Did you make it with fresh coconut?  Where do you live?  This process requires the presence of coconut yeast which in general there would be some of if you used fresh coconut, but if you are not in a big coconut area it might take a little longer for the yeast to get going.  What is the ambient temperature there btw?

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