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Post  Admin on Sat Jun 30, 2018 7:59 am



1. Buyer Issues an official ICPO and CP
2. Seller issues commercial invoice (CI)
3. Buyer signs, stamps and returns the commercial invoice (CI)
4. Buyer provides seller copy of signed tank storage agreement (TSA)
5. Seller issues to Buyer the PPOP document listed below alongside with invoice for logistics of fuel
from Refinery to Rotterdam.
A. Certificate of origin of the product
B. Product Passport
C. NOR (Notice of Readiness) to commence injecting of product
D. Availability
NOTE: The above listed documents will only be issued by the refinery upon confirmation from
buyer Tank Farm Company that the Tank Storage Facilities to receive the product has been secure
and it ready to receive the product.
6. Before schedule date for injecting of the product, buyer provides payment slip for logistics of fuel
from Refinery to Rotterdam alongside with detail’s/documentation of its reception (Tank Storage)
Facilities in which includes,
A. Tank Receipt with Tank bar Code
B. NOR (Notices of Readiness) of the tank to receive the product
Seller Declarant
Audit Committee
7. Seller commences the injecting of the product into buyer’s reception (Tank Storage) Facilities.
NOTE: Upon completion of injecting of the product, Seller provides buyer the below listed
documents for buyer confirmation of Quality & Quantity of the product and proceed with SGS
A. Pipeline injection repost
B. Certificate of Conformity of the Product
C. DTA (Dip Test Authorization)
8. Buyer makes payment for the total value of the product injection into the Ex-Shore tank via
MT103-T/T and Simultaneously the seller issues to Buyer, certificate of Ownership of the product
and all Exportation Document.
9. Buyer lifts the product.
10. Seller pays all intermediaries on Seller’s side accordingly within 72hours.++we do not pay commission to Buyer side Intermediaries, Brokers, Mandates and Representatives.

buyer must pay commissions,  XX USD per bbl  

ICE rsindelar


Petroleum coke is a solid material and a byproduct of the coking unit, a residual fuel upgrader. The quality of the coke is dependent upon the crude oil processed in the refinery. Cokes produced from sour crude oil are high in sulfur and trace metals. These cokes are used in fuel applications such as utility boilers and cement kilns. Cokes produced from sweet crude oil can have properties that are suitable for calcining are used in carbon anodes for aluminum smelting and electrodes for electric arc furnaces.Cement plants and power plants are the 2 greatest consumers of pet coke.

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