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FULL CORPORATE OFFER 3

READY WILLING & ABLE TO SUPPLY
FULL CORPORATE OFFER 3
GNGROUP in collaboration with Refinery Subsidiary of Rosneft and Suppliers, Issue this Soft Corporate Offer (SCO) and with full legal responsibility, we confirm and certify that our End Seller /Refinery is ready, willing and capable and have the intention and capacity to supply the listed petroleum derivatives subject to the terms, conditions, and procedures set out here under.

PRODUCT INSPECTION: 
SGS or equivalent in compliance with ICC international regulations.

GRADE:
Russian Export Grade

LOADING PORT: 
  • VLADIVOSTOK 
  • NOVOROSSIYSK
  • PRIMORSKY 
  • ROTTERDAM
  •  HOUSTON 
COMMISSION STRUCTURE:
50%: Seller Side: (50% Closed to Seller Side)
50%: Buyer side: (50% Open to Buyer Mandate & Intermediaries)
The agreed commission will be included within an Irrevocable Master Fee, Protection Agreement (IMFPA) to be signed between the buyer and the seller, group of each party prior to issuance of the Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA).

LIST OF COMMODITY PETROLEUM OIL PRODUCTS

AVIATION KEROSENE COLONIAL GRADE 54 JET FUEL
Origin: Russia
Quantity: 1,000,000 – 10, 000,000 Barrels
CIF Price: USD Gross $62, Net $60 per Barrel,
FOB Price: USD Gross $58, Net $46 per Barrel,
Commission: $1.00 Seller side, $1.00 Buyer side Per Barrel

DIESEL GAS D2 GOST 305-82
Origin: Russia Quantity: 50,000 - 500,000 Metric Tons
CIF Price: USD Gross $390, Net $380 per Metric Ton,
FOB Fixed Price: USD Gross $370, Net $360 per Metric Ton,
Commission: $5.00 Seller side, $5.00 Buyer side Per Metric Ton

LPFO D6 VIRGIN FUEL OIL
Origin: Russia Quantity: 100 – 400 million Gallons
CIF Price: USD Gross $0.99, Net $0.97 per gal.
FOB Price: USD Gross $0.96, Net $0.94
Commission: $0.01 Seller side, $0.01 Buyer side per

MAZUT-100 GOST 10585-75
Origin: Russia
Quantity: 50,000 Metric Tons (Minimum)
CIF Price: USD Gross $290, Net $280 per Metric Ton.
FOB Price: USD Gross $270, Net $260 per Metric Ton
Commission: USD 5.00 seller side, USD 5.00 Buyer side Per Metric Ton

REFINERY DELIVERY PROCEDURE (SPOT LIFT)


STEP 1

The Buyer Company confirms Soft Corporate Offer (SCO), and issues Irrevocable Corporate Purchase Order (ICPO), Company Profile (CP) with a valid means of identification.

STEP 2
Seller verifies and issues Commercial Invoice and Sales & Purchase Agreement/Draft Contract (open for amendments) to Buyer. Buyer countersigns the document(s) and returns to seller with their signed Tank Storage Agreement (TSA) highlighting seller’s details and assigned allocation.

STEP 3
Upon successful verification and approval of buyer’s TSA, Seller issues: a) Final notarized version of the Commercial Invoice (CI) b) ATV to buyer (for their nominated logistics company to verify the product at the port and provide buyer with the cordinates, tank number, location, full allocation status details including online tracking details to confirm the verification and complete all required columns of the Dip Test Authorization document (DTA). c) Dip Test Authorization Document (must be completed with the details of the allocation and signed by buyer and nominated logistic company)

STEP 4
Buyer proceeds to conduct dip test in seller’s Tank, upon return of the fully completed and signed DTA document by buyer and their logistic company.

STEP 5
Seller Approves the DTA and attach with SGS Report and NCNDA/IMFPA Form, Commitment and Guarantee Assurance Letter to Supply, Allocation Certificate, Pre-Injection Report, Authorization to Sell and Collect, Statement of Product Availability at the loading terminal “issued by the terminal operator in the port of loading”, NOR (Notice of Readiness) to commence delivery to buyer tank

STEP 6
Buyer conducts dip Test in seller tank and immediately Inject the product into their leased ex-shore tank or vessel and seller issues Fresh Full POP to buyer and endorses NCNDA/IMFPA as required.

STEP 7
Buyer makes payment by MT103 or TT wire transfer for the total product available.

STEP 8
Buyer Lift the product and Seller Pays all intermediaries Involved in the Transaction.

NOTE: 
If the terms and procedure are acceptable, kindly provide your ICPO dully addressed to us to proceed further.

NOTE 1:
The above procedures must be accepted and Incorporated on the ICPO word for word.

ANY ICPO ISSUED MUST INSERT THE WORKING PROCEDURE. WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY ICPO WITH OTHER PROCEDURE

NOTE 2:
No Bill of Ladings, Warranties, SGS Reports, or past fulfilled Contract will be presented as "Past Performance," sanitized or not, for the following reasons:

AGAINST TRADE REGULATIONS AGAINST STATED SGS POLICY VIOLATES FORMAL CONTRACT CONFIDENTIALITY BETWEEN BUYER AND SELLER.

NOTE 3:
We ONLY work 100% strictly according to END Seller Company/Refinery's above procedures.

NOTE 4:

The ICPO must be complete identification of principal buyer signed, sealed and stamped; in buyer's company letterhead with quantity per month/year, Target Price, Contract length, Buyer's own opinion of specification if any and any other relevant details.

NOTE 5:
We do not accept expired ICPO (Maximum date for validity is 5 working days).

NOTE 6:

All nominated storage company must be 100% legally operation at the port and must have the full legalized documents to conduct verification on buyer’s behalf.






D6 is also be known as Residual Fuel Oil and is of high-viscosity. This particular fuel oil requires preheating to 220 – 260 Degrees Fahrenheit. D6 is mostly used for generators.
D6 is a type of residual fuel, mainly used in power plants and larger ships. The fuel requires to be preheated before it can be used. It is not possible to use it in smaller engines or vessels/vehicles where it is not possible to pre-heat it. D6 is its name in the USA. In other parts of the world it has other names.

Residual means the material remaining after the more valuable cuts of crude oil have boiled off. The residue may contain various undesirable impurities including 2 percent water and one-half percent mineral soil. D6 fuel is also known as residual fuel oil (RFO), by the Navy specification of Bunker C, or by the Pacific Specification of PS-400

Recent changes in fuel quality regulation now require further refining of the D6 in order to remove the sulfur, which leads to a higher cost. Despite this recent change, D6 is still less useful because of its viscosity as well as that it needs to be pre-heated before it can be used and contains high amounts of pollutants, such as sulfur. Since it requires pre-heating, it cannot be used in small ships or boats or cars. However large ships and power plants can use the residual fuel oil. 

The price of D6 diesel traditionally rises during colder months as demand for heating oil rises, which is refined in much the same way.In many parts of the United States and throughout the United Kingdom and Australia, d6 diesel may be priced higher than petrol. 

D6 Diesel Standards and Classification

CCAI and CII are two indexes which describe the ignition quality of residual fuel oil, and CCAI is especially often calculated for marine fuels.

Despite this marine fuels are still quoted on the international bunker markets with their maximum viscosity (which is set by the ISO 8217 standard – see below) due to the fact that marine engines are designed to use different viscosities of fuel.

The unit of viscosity used is the Centistoke and the d6 fuel most frequently quoted are listed below in order of cost, the least expensive first-

* IFO 380 – Intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 380 Centistokes
* IFO 180 – Intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 180 Centistokes
* LS 380 – Low-sulphur (<1.5%) intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 380 Centistokes
* LS 180 – Low-sulphur (<1.5%) intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 180 Centistokes
* MDO – Marine diesel oil.
* MGO – Marine gasoil.


IMPORTANT NOTIS:
Please note do not CALL, WHATSAPP, EMAIL us asking for POP because this is not available. No Bill of Ladings, Warranties, SGS Reports, or past fulfilled Contract will be presented as “Past Performance,” sanitized or not, for the following reasons;

AGAINST TRADE REGULATIONS, AGAINST STATED SGS POLICY VIOLATES FORMAL CONTRACT CONFIDENTIALITY BETWEEN BUYER AND SELLER.

Any further questions please contact our representative as detailed below:
CALL, SMS, WHATSAPP:

DUBAI  / AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND / THAILAND / QATAR / AFRICA 
MR. ZACK H/P: +60192297179 (24 HOURS)

ROTTERDAM PORT / INDONESIA /  YEMEN / OMAN / ZIMBABWE
MR. RAIS H/P: +6282366022435

TURKEY / MALAYSIA / PHILLIPINES
MR. NAZ BOY H/P: +60129060394

HONG KONG / MACAU / CHINA 
MS. SAFIAH H/P: +601121093261  (24 HOURS)

EURO PORT / SINGAPORE / PAKISTAN / GERMAN
MR. ZULFADZLY H/P: +60176929100

ENGLAND / POLAND /  ITALY / MYANMAR / AMERICA
MR. HALIM H/P: +60172892769

JAPAN / KOREA / TAIWAN 
MR. JAUHARI H/P: +601132145677

INDIA / BANGLADESH / PRIMORSK PORT
MR. ASYA’RI H/P: +60177513489

VIETNAM / LAOS 
MS. IRNAWATI HP: +60122320934

SOUTH AMERICA / HOUSTON PORT
MR. RIZKI H/P: +60172073036

BRUNEI
MR. FIQ H/P: +60198450785

INTERNATIONAL:
MR. SAIF HP: +60173606205

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