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New Corporate offer of 1,000,000 BBLS

BLCO TTO – USA

MT ZENITH SPIRIT

IMO: 9404845

MMSI: 308329000

Call Sign: C6WZ7

Flag: Bahamas [BS] 

QUANTITY: 1, 000,000 BBLS

FIRST COME FIRST SERVED!

TTO – USA – PROCEDURE:

  1. 1. BUYER AND NNPC JV/SELLER SIGN AND SEAL THIS CONTRACT INCLUDING BANKING COORDINATES AND EXCHANGE THE SIGNED COPY BY ELECTRONIC MAIL. THE ELECTRONIC SIGNED COPY BY BOTH PARTIES IS CONSIDERED LEGALLY BINDING AND ENFORCEABLE.

– Buyer returning the signed SPA also sends LOI addressed to Chief Superintendent of NNPC Bonny Terminal/ CO Seller

– In the LOI, Buyer request that NNPC to confirm, vessel Name, IMO ; also that   Seller can conduct the transaction, as well as  a USA based fiduciary Bank Account for RWA

– NNPC Bonny Terminal will send the letter, in his letterhead directly to Buyer’s email and his Banker’s email, not through brokers.

  1. BUYER BANK issues RWA by SWIFT TO NNPC NOMINATED FIDUCIARY ACCOUNT.
  1. SELLER CONFIRMS RWA AND NNPC RE-ASSIGNS THE CARGO DOCUMENTS IN BUYER NAMES SUCH AS:
  1. Certificate of Origin issued by NNPC
  2.  • Certificate of Authenticity issued by NNPC
  3.  • Authority to Sell (ATS) from NNPC.
  4.  • Performance Guarantee letter to Buyer
  5. • Allocation/Confirmation proof of product
  6.  • ANY OTHER DOCUMENTS TO EVIDENCE PROOF OF PRODUCT

ALL DOCUMENTS BE IN BUYER NAME.

  1. BUYER RECEIVE THE CARGO DOCUMENTS AND PAYS LOGISTICS FEES OF $500,000.00
  1. NNPC CONFIRMS THE RECEIPT OF THE LOGISTICS FEES, VESSELS IS REDIRECTED TO THE BUYER’S POD.
  1. UPON SUCCESSFUL AT NNPC VESSEL AND Q&Q AND REPORT ISSUED BY SGS INSPECTORS, WHICH IS RELEASED TO BOTH THE BUYER AND NNPC, CAPTAIN TRANSSHIPS TO THE BUYER STORAGE FACILITY AND ALL RELEVANT DOCUMENTS SHALL BE PRESENTED BY THE NNPC AFTER SUCCESSFUL TRANSSHIPMENT TO BUYER STORAGE MANAGER.
  1. BUYER MAKE PAYMENTS BY MT103 OR SWIFT WIRE TRANSFER DIRECTLY TO THE NNPC NOMINATED BANK ACCOUNTS WITHIN FIVE (5) INTERNATIONAL BANKING DAYS AFTER CARGO DISCHARGED AND NNPC RELEASES THE FINAL SHIPPING DOCUMENTS (NON-NEGOTIABLE COPIES) TO BUYER.
  1. BUYER CAN ISSUE INSTRUMENT AND SIGNED 12 MONTHS CONTRACT

PRICE: -$10/6

Seller’s side: $2 (Closed)

Buyer’s side: $2 ($1.75 opened)

                     IF BUYER AGREES WITH THIS PROCEDURE, REQUEST SPA FROM:

adfasset@gmail.com

 

 

Iranian Supertanker Collides With Giant MSC Boxship in Singapore Strait

 

  • 11:28 (Friday, August 05, 2016)
  • TEHRAN, Aug 5 (Shana) – An Iranian Very Large Crude Carrier and a large containership collided in the busy Singapore Strait late Wednesday night, causing damage to both ships but luckily no injuries or reports of major pollution.
  • The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore says it was notified just before midnight that the VLCC Dream II and the MSC Alexandra containership had collided in the Singapore Strait about 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) southeast of Sebarok Island.
    The Dream II is owned by Iran’s state-owned National Iranian Tanker Company.
    The supertanker sustained damage to its bow in the collision. The MSC Alexandra took the hit at its port quarter, causing a giant hole and the loss of containers overboard. Both vessels are in stable condition and anchored in Singapore waters, the MPA said.
    The MPA said that prior to the collision its Port Operations Control Centre alerted the Masters of both vessels of the risk of collision.
    MSC Alexandra reported that 10 empty containers fell overboard during the incident, including four which fell onto the deck of VLCC. The MPA said it immediately issued navigation broadcast to warn vessels of the presence of floating containers in the vicinity of the incident site, while deploying survey and salvage teams to recover the containers.
    There were no injuries or oil pollution reported.
    The 319,999 DWT Dream II (formerly named Danesh) is owned by Iran’s National Iranian Tanker Company and was built in 2008.
    The MSC Alexandra is owned by Geneva, Switzerland-based Mediterranean Shipping Company and was built in 2010. The vessel has a TEU capacity of 13,998 and measures nearly 396 meters in length. AIS data shows the ship had just departed Singapore for Chiwan, China.
    Both vessels are Panama-flagged.