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Seller Moscow ESPO LIGHT CYCLE OIL

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JP 54 , Mazut M 100  , EN 590 10 PPM and other  


SOFT CORPORATE OFFER

Product MAZUT M100 GOST 10585-75/99
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
Trial Quantity/Monthly quantity 100,000 MT X 300,000 MT X 12 Months
CIF Price  
FOB Price  
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700
Packing By Bulk/Oil Tanker
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading KOMINO PORT RUSSIA
Delivery CIF/FOB
PORT ASWP
Performance Bond 2% PB in Favor of Buyer
Insurance 110% by Seller
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Product Diesel D2 Gas Oil GOST 305-82
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
Trial Quantity/Monthly quantity 100,000 MT/100,000 MT X 12 Months
CIF Price  
FOB Price  
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700
Packing By Bulk/Oil Tanker
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading NAKHODKA PORT RUSSIA
Delivery CIF/FOB


Product ESPO
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
Trial Quantity/Monthly quantity 100,000 MT (+/-5%) X 12 Months
Price CIF/FOB  
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700/MT103
Packing By bulk Vessel tanker to buyer’s discharge port
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading VLADIVOSTOK PORT RUSSIA
Delivery CIF
Port ASWP
Performance Bond 2% PB in Favor of Buyer
Insurance 110% by Seller
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Product PETROLEUM COKE
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
Trial Quantity/Monthly quantity 100,000 MT (+/-5%)X 2 Shipment X 12 Months
Price CIF/FOB  
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700
Packing Vessel to buyer’s discharge port
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading Vladivostok
Delivery CIF
Port ASWP
Performance Bond 2% PB in Favor of Buyer
Insurance 110% by Seller
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Product ESPO
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
Trial Quantity/Monthly quantity 100,000 MT (+/-5%) X 12 Months
Price CIF/FOB        USD per metric tons
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700/MT103
Packing By bulk Vessel tanker to buyer’s discharge port
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading VLADIVOSTOK PORT RUSSIA
Delivery CIF
Port ASWP
Performance Bond 2% PB in Favor of Buyer
Insurance 110% by Seller

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Product LIGHT CYCLE OIL
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
Trial Quantity/Monthly quantity 100,000 MT (+/-5%)X 2 Shipment X 12 Months
Price CIF/FOB  
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700
Packing Vessel to buyer’s discharge port
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading Vladivostok
Delivery CIF
Port ASWP
Performance Bond 2% PB in Favor of Buyer
Insurance 110% by Seller

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(EN 590 10 PPM)
Origin Russian Federation
Specification International Export Standard
100,000 MT (+/-5%)X 2 Shipment X 12 Months
Payment SBLC/DLC MT700
Packing Vessel to buyer’s discharge port
Inspection SGS, or Similar by Seller
Loading Vladivostok
Delivery CIF
Port ASWP
Performance Bond 2% PB in Favor of Buyer
Insurance 110% by Seller
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PROCEDURE OF FOB RUSSIAN PORT/ROTTERDAM/HOUSTON FROM PIPELINE
TRUNK TO VESSEL TRANSACTION


1 Buyer issues ICPO addressed to Seller/Refinery along with CPA from SHIPPING COMPANY name:
–CPA to be provided Should include both Seller / Buyer name.

2. Seller issues Commercial Invoice (CI) for the available quantity, Buyer signs and returns back
commercial invoice
3. Seller provides the following POP TO BUYER NOR, Q& Q product passport inspection certificate
and Product Injection Schedule from a reputable pipeline injection company as a guarantee of product
availability in pipeline trunks ready for injection will be provided to buyer.
3.1 Buyer verifies POP and provide Vessel Q88 to the injection company/ and proceed to obtain their
injection clearance issued by the port authority through the injection company, to commence injection
immediately.
4. Seller provide buyer with the below listed PPOP and ATV after injection is completed. • SGS Q&Q
Report (conducted in buyer vessel not older than 24 hours) • Injection report (injection report of product into buyer vessel) • Authorization to sell (ATS) • ATB Authority to board for buyer to reconfirm product in vessel (optional).
5. NCNDA/IMFPA will be signed by all intermediaries involved in the transaction.
6. Buyer confirms seller SGS report or buyer orders SGS to conduct Q&Q in vessel.
7. Buyer receives satisfactory report from SGS and buyer makes payment for total cost of product
injected into buyer vessel via MT103.
8. Seller transfer Title Ownership to buyer and seller pays seller side intermediaries involved in the
transaction and buyer pays buyer side.
9. Seller and Buyer signs contract for the agreed contract duration. Kindly issue your draft ICPO upon acceptance of the above transaction

PROCEDURE OF FOB RUSSIAN PORT ROTTERDAM/HOUSTON FROM PIPELINE
TRUNK TO TANK TRANSACTION


1 Buyer issues ICPO addressed to Seller/Refinery along with TSA from Tank Farm name
–TSA Should include both Seller / Buyer name.

2. Seller issues Commercial Invoice (CI) for the available quantity, Buyer signs and returns back
commercial invoice.
3. Seller provides the following POP TO BUYER NOR, Q& Q product passport inspection certificate
and Product Injection Schedule from a reputable pipeline injection company as a guarantee of product
availability in pipeline trunks ready for injection will be provided to buyer.
4. Buyer verifies PPOP and provide their TSR to the injection company to commence injection
immediately.
5. Seller provide buyer with the below listed POP and ATV after injection is completed. • SGS Q&Q
Report (conducted in buyer tanks not older than 24 hours) • Injection report (injection report of product into buyer tanks) • Authorization to sell (ATS) • Dip test authorization (DTA unconditional) for buyer to reconfirm product in tanks.
6. NCNDA/IMFPA will be signed by all intermediaries involved in the transaction.
7. Buyer confirms seller SGS report or buyer orders SGS to conduct Q&Q in tanks.
8. Buyer receives satisfactory report from SGS and buyer makes payment for total cost of product
injected into buyer tanks via MT103.
9. Seller transfer Title Ownership to buyer and seller pays seller side intermediaries involved in the
transaction and buyer pays buyer side.
10. Seller and Buyer signs contract for the agreed contract duration. Kindly issue your draft ICPO
upon acceptance of the above transaction

PURCHASE PROCEDURES FOR TTO/CI DIP & PAY RUSSIAN PORT
ROTTERDAM/HOUSTON PORT


1. Seller issues SCO. Buyer issues CP with banking details.
2. Seller issues commercial invoice/NCNDA/IMFPA to Buyer. Buyer sign and return commercial
invoice/NCNDA/IMFPA to Seller within 48hrs.
3. Seller issues to Buyer via email:
• statement of product availability
• Q& Q product passport inspection certificate
 
• commitment to supply
• product certificate of origin
• company certificate of incorporation and tax Registration
• company certificate of conformity.
• Tank Storage Receipt/ATV

4. Upon confirmation of seller’s Tank Storage Receipt TSR, Buyer finalizes the extension of the
Tank Storage for a minimum of 5 days duration required by buyer for the inspection and DIP test
analysis by SGS of the product.

5. Upon confirmation of the storage extension, Seller issues Injection Report, DTA and SGS Report
from onshore tank accordingly for buyer and its SGS Agents to proceed with the dip Test inspection process on seller’s tank.
6. SGS inspection company proceeds with the inspection and dip test of product in favor of Buyer at the storage facility. Upon Successful Q&Q Dip Test on the product, SGS issue the inspection report certificate to Buyer.

7. Buyer makes the payment for the Total Value of the Product Injected into the Tanks through the
means of MT103-TT. Seller provides all the necessary export documentations to buyer and seller
changes the ownership title to buyer company name Buyer commences lifting of the product with
its Vessel Tanker.

8. Seller releases payment to all intermediaries involved in the transaction, and subsequently monthly shipment continues as per terms and conditions of the sales and purchase agreement contract between buyer and seller.

PROCEDURE OF CIF TRANSACTION


1.Seller issue soft offer. Buyer issue ICPO with their full banking details. Seller issues full corporate
offer. Buyer sign and return full corporate offer.

2. Seller issues SPA. Buyer review, sign and return the contract to Seller in word format within 3 bank working days. Seller sends final SPA in PDF format. Buyer confirms final SPA and issue letter of acceptance of terms and procedure of contract.

3. Seller issues to Buyer via electronic mail the following copy of partial copy product exportation transaction
documents.
(a) Company certificate of Incorporation and documents
(b) Product certificate of quality passport of analysis
(d) Statement of product availability
(e) Act of transfer title agreement expenses to be borne by the buyer.
(f) Product certificate of origin
(g) Company commitment to supply

4. Buyer confirms the receipt of the documents by mail within 24hrs period to enable seller proceed to the next step of the transaction.

5. Seller submits the Product title transfer certificate with the shipping company for the transportation of the product to buyer designated discharge port, both Seller and Buyer sign the Charter Party Agreement
(CPA) together with the logistics company (A three parties ’CPA). Expenses to be borne by both parties.

6. Seller issue commercial invoice and Product title transfer certificate, buyer sign and return commercial
invoice. Seller proceeds with port & clearance of product, custom and all internal routines operations, accreditation and finalization.

7. Seller issue to Buyer full POP documents, 2% Performance Bond, product ownership transfer title certificate and Full Exportation documents. Buyer bank confirms swift and issues documentary letter of credit and if Seller fails to supply the cargo of the product to the Buyer this 2% Performance Bond will be paid to the Buyer.

8. The product SGS inspection charges will be borne by Seller at the loading port. Seller invites buyer for visitation to witness the final inspection, loading of product at the port and Top table meeting for negotiation of future transaction (Optional to Buyer)

9. Loading & Shipment of product commences as schedule.

10. Upon Vessel’s arrival and finalization of SGS at destination port, Buyer release payment via swift fund
transfer within 5 to 7 banking days to Seller for total shipment value in favor of seller after discharge of
product at destination port and receipt of the entire relevant shipping and export documents for immediate
negotiation and credited at Buyer’s Bank Account. Seller within 48 hours pays the intermediaries involved
according to signed contract & NCNDA.

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1. Seller issue soft offer. Buyer issue ICPO with their full banking details. Seller issues full corporate
offer. Buyer sign and return full corporate offer

2. Seller issues SPA. Buyer review, sign and return the contract to Seller in word format within 3 bank
working days. Seller sends final SPA in PDF format. Buyer confirms final SPA and issue letter of
acceptance of terms and procedure of contract.

3. Seller send’s partial POP to Buyer via email:
(a) Company certificate of Incorporation and documents
(b) Product certificate of quality passport of analysis
(d) Statement of product availability
(e) Product certificate of origin
(f) Company commitment to supply
(g) Product storage tank receipt

4. Buyer confirms the receipt of the documents by mail within 24hrs period to enable seller proceed to the
next step of the transaction.

5. Seller appoints and signs Charter Party Agreement with the buyer and the shipping company. Seller
and Buyer share 50/50 of the chartered fee and pay to the shipping company for transporting the product
to buyer’s final discharge port. Note:
a) This fee will be deducted from the total product value.
b) The chartered vessel shall comply with the three Major Oil Company’s requirements and shall be
TOVALOP / PANDI or equivalent registered.

6. Seller swift the full POP to buyer’s bank. Buyer’s Bank swift in return, the Revolving Standby Letter
of Credit
to the Seller’s Bank within 5 - 7 bank working days. Seller issue 2% performance bond within 3 working days.


7. Shipment commences as scheduled in the contract and upon arrival at the destination, after SGS/CIQ
or equivalent inspection and discharge of the cargo to buyer vessels, Buyer’s Bank releases the total value
of the cargo to Seller’s Bank within 48 hours (two banking days) By MT103.


8. Seller pays all intermediaries involved in transaction as per NCNDA/IMFPA within 48 hours.

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CIF TRANSACTION PROCEDURES


1. Seller issue Soft Corporate Offer (SCO). Buyer issue ICPO with Buyer’s full banking details,
Buyer’s passport copy, Company registration certificate and Corporate Profile. Seller issues Full
Corporate Offer (FCO). Buyer sign and return Full Corporate Offer (FCO)/BCL Bank Comfort
Letter.
2. Seller issues SPA/SBLC VERBIAGE & DRAFT CIS (Client Information Summary) to buyer. Buyer
review, sign and return the SPA/CIS to Seller in word format within 3 bank working days. Seller sends
final sealed and Notarized Contract to Buyer. Buyer confirms final SPA and issue letter of acceptance of
terms and procedure of contract.
3. Buyer proceed to issue a Payment Guarantee via SBLC (SWIFT MT760) of the shipment as a
Payment Guarantee
4. Seller confirms instrument and proceed to issues to Buyer via electronic mail/Secured Courier, hard
& soft copies of the following Proof of Product exportation transaction documents in 10 working days,
• Company certificate of Incorporation and documents
• Product certificate of quality passport of analysis
• Statement of product availability
• Certificate of Origin, issued or signed by the Chamber of Commerce or Customs Authorities,
specifying the country of origin of the Commodity.
• Company commitment to supply
• Final sealed and Notarized Contract
• Commercial Invoice
• Full set of 3/3 original and 4 non-negotiable copies “Clean on Board” marine Bill of Lading,
endorsed “FREIGHT PAYABLE AS PER CHARTER PARTY”, issued or endorsed to the order
of BUYER, signed by Captain or shipping agent and indicating the following: Quantity in metric
ton and/or Cubic Meter (M3), Port of Loading, Product descriptions: &Specifications
• Certificate of Quality, issued or signed by the independent international surveyor (“SGS” or
equivalent) at the port of loading, with quality conforming to specifications.
• Certificate of Quantity, issued or signed by independent international surveyor (“SGS” or equivalent)
at the port of loading and unloading, indicating the quantity in metric tons and/or cubic meters.
• Product ownership transfer title certificate
5. The vessel starts voyage to buyer's port.

6. Upon delivery, Buyer inspects the product and pays 100 % for the after 10 days via Telegraphic
Wire Transfer.

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