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1,500,000 MT Diesel Gas Oil for sale

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We LUKOIL (/ˈluː kɔ ɪ l/;Russian: Лу о ; stylized as LUKOIL) under penalty and Perjury hereby confirm the Availability and Capability to Supply the under listed Products. Only direct negotiations from End buyers or buyer mandates will be considered.

RUSSIAN DIESEL (D2) GAS OIL

Quantity:1,500,000 MT

Price: Gross $205 – Net $200

The quantity is on tank in Rotterdam.

Please send your ICPO to: LUKOIL OVERSEAS via ADF Asset and Investment Co Ltd.

For further information, only through the following email address:

adfasset@gmail.com

Cooperation with LUKOIL

We are pleased to announce the cooperation of BuySellCrudeOil.com and ADF Asset & Investment Co Ltd with LUKOIL.

SOFT CORPORATE OFFER (Validity: October, 2016).

To: Buyers Mandate/End Buyers.

We LUKOIL (/ˈ luː kɔ ɪ l/; Russian: Лу о; stylized as LUKOIL) under penalty and Perjury hereby confirm the Availability and Capability to Supply the under listed Products. Only direct negotiations from End buyers or buyer mandates will be considered.

MAZUT M100 GOST 10585-75 & 10585-99.
Minimum Quantity: 50,000 MT x 12 Months USD 200/220
Maximum Quantity: 200,000 MT x 12 Months USD 200/210.
COMMISSION: $5 SELLER SIDE / $5 BUYER SIDE
DESTINATION: CIF / FOB / ASWP

JET FUEL (JP54 & A1)
Minimum Quantity: 500,000 bbl. x 12 Months USD32/34
Maximum Quantity: 2,000,000 bbl. x 12 Months USD28/32.
COMMISSION: $2.5 SELLER SIDE / $2.5 BUYER SIDE
DESTINATION: CIF / FOB / ASWP

RUSSIAN DIESEL (D2) GAS OIL L-02-62 GOST 305-82.
Minimum Quantity: 50,000 MT x 12 Months USD300/320
Maximum Quantity: 500,000 MT x 12 Months USD270/300.
COMMISSION: $5 SELLER SIDE / $5 BUYER SIDE
DESTINATION: CIF / FOB / ASWP

BITUMEN 60/70
Minimum Quantity: 25,000 MT x 12 Months USD180/200
Maximum Quantity: 200,000 MT x 12 Months USD150/180.
COMMISSION: $5 SELLER SIDE / $5 BUYER SIDE
DESTINATION: CIF / FOB / ASWP
BITUMEN 80/90
Minimum Quantity: 25,000 MT x 12 Months USD200/220
Maximum Quantity: 200,000 MT x 12 Months USD170/200.
COMMISSION: $5 SELLER SIDE / $5 BUYER SIDE DESTINATION: CIF / FOB / ASWP

PROCEDURE:
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 PPOP documents listed below:

A. Certificate of origin of the product. B. Product Passport. C. NOR (Notice of Readiness) to commence Injecting of product. D. Availability of product.

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 is ready to receive the product.

6. Before schedule date for Injecting of the product, buyer provides detail’s/documentation of its reception (Tank Storage) Facilities in which Includes,

A. Tank Receipt with Tank bar Code. B. NOR (Notice of Readiness) of the tank to receive the product.

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 inspection.
A. Pipeline injection report B. Certificate of Conformity of the Product C. DTA (Dip Test Authorization)

8. Buyer makes payment for the total value of the product injected into the Ex-Shore tank via MT103-T/T and Simultaneously the Seller issues to Buyer the Certificate of Ownership of the Product and all Exportation Document of the product.

9. Buyer lifts the product.

For further information, please contact us at:
adfasset@gmail.com

Russian Stocks Gain Fifth Day as Citigroup Touts Brexit Escape

 – Bloomberg

Russian stocks climbed for a fifth day after Citigroup Inc. said the country is a shielded from the fallout of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

The Micex Index rose 0.5 percent to 1,906.32 by 6:22 p.m. in Moscow, bringing its advance in the past five days to 3.5 percent. GMK Norilsk Nickel PJSC and Lukoil PJSC led gains on Monday as the Russian benchmark got close to wiping out losses since the so-called Brexit vote on June 23.

Russia is regarded as “place of hiding” from pressures related to the U.K. exit, Citigroup Inc. analysts, led by Richard Schellbach, said in a research note. The country is less exposed to the fracture of the EU after two years of sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine blocked many of its companies from global debt markets and hindered trading ties.
“Russia’s detachment from an economic perspective shines favorably on its equity market,” Citigroup said. “The country’s strong balance sheet provides protection in the event of U.S. dollar strength and capital flight” from developing countries, it said.

The world’s biggest energy exporter has been one of the main beneficiaries of oil’s 35 percent recovery this year to surpass $50 a barrel, which is improving the outlook for Russia to emerge from the longest recession in two decades.

Ruble Outlook

Brexit risks prompted traders to scale back bets for when the Federal Reserve would start raising interest rates again, boosting the appeal of ruble-denominated assets as investors hunt for higher yields. While the currency weakened 0.1 percent to 63.8525 per dollar on Monday, it’s up 12 percent in 2016, the most after Brazil’s real among 24 developing-nation peers.

The currency may weaken toward the end of the month as foreign investors convert the dividends they have received from Russian companies into foreign currency, said Vladimir Miklashevsky, a senior strategist at Danske Bank in Helsinki. Oil at around $50 a barrel is “comfortable” for Russia, he said.
Brexit helped “the ruble in particular as it postpones a Fed rate hike until early 2018 at best,” said Miklashevsky, who predicts the ruble will be 11 percent stronger at 57.10 against the dollar in 12 months.

Government bonds due February 2027 ended a five-day rally today, with yields climbing four basis points to 8.28 percent. The rate dropped 40 basis points last week.