JP54, D6, ULSD, JPA1, LNG, BLCO Choices – Novo, Rotterdam, Venezuela, Brasil, Kuwait, Saudi & Russia Fuels

RJ Hender – Honest Oil Seller
Fri, Jan 9, 2014
Subject: Novo Spot then Rottedam JP54 Lifts
www.MorningLiberty.com

For honest, legitimate End Buyers we are pleased to provide Gas Oil, LNG, ULSD, JPA1, Mazut, D6, BLCO, LPG, Bitumen, Crude Oil and other fuel products. Below, I have shared SCOs from 3 fuel sources, below. Oil prices are subject to change, daily these days…

I have significant Direct to Oil Refinery friends, who have oil for vetted buyers. We have oil supplies available from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Venezuela, Brasil, Canada, the US and other sources. As I work with more than 12 Direct to Refinery sources, I do my best to match every End Buyer with the right Seller. One Seller will accept a legitimate Company Profile from an End Buyer and then she’ll provide their Soft Corporate Offer. Several of my Sellers require an ICPO or LOI, along with the CP from an End Buyer before they provide an offer. In order to be helpful, I/we have provided SCOs up front and then my/our SCO was edited and shopped all over the internet, as their own. If you’re honest and if you won’t stab other Oil People in the back then perhaps we can do oil business together. Contact me RJ@MorningLiberty.com

Which fuel product do you need?
What quantity of fuel do you need every month?
What price target do you have, for fuel?
What destination do you have in mind for the fuel you need?
Do you have Oil Storage Tanks or your own Oil Ships?
Do you prefer CIF, FOB or CI Dip & Pay procedures for the fuel you need?
Who is the Decision Maker, for your oil operation?
In order to communicate with you, for fuel, we need your Skype name and phone number.
If you need fuel, we need these answers. Contact me RJ@MorningLiberty.com

Today, WTI crude was priced at $48.14 and Brent prices finished at $50.11

One Direct Seller provides JP54, D2 and Mazut out of Novo first. After a few Spot Lifts have been completed, out of Novo, then the lifts can be arranged from Rotterdam.

Some oil buyers are now standing on the sidelines, watching fuel prices drop. Some oil producers find it more difficult to keep operating at these low, oil rates. Are OPEC players expecting smaller oil operations to go out of business? Are we watching the Big Oil Squeeze on Smaller Oil Operations?

Some ‘ Common Tators, ‘ in the media think that Plunging Oil Prices Could Lead to World War III Russia and the other BRICS nations are struggling as they having to reach into their reserve cash, gold and oil to survive these low oil prices. My sources also tell me that Russia needs $100 per barrel oil to prosper.’’The practice of low oil prices has devastated the BRICS. The question remains, who will blink first? How far into his reserves will Putin go? How far will the Western bankers allow oil to fall and for how long?

How Plunging Oil Prices Could Lead to World War III

This week, I was updated with some oil details, from one of my Sellers…
1. Brazilian/German company titleholders for mazut, JP54, D2
2. Venezualan sellers – mazut, D2, LNG, JP54 + venezuela crude

VENEZUELA PRODUCTS
ISSUED ON : JANUARY 6, 2015
VALID TILL : MARCH 6, 2015

DIESEL / GAS OIL / D2
QUANTITY: 50,000 MT – 100,000 MT X 12 MONTHS
200,000 MT – 300,000 MT X 12 MONTHS
350,000 MT – 400,000 MT X 12 MONTHS
DELIVERY PORT
FOB VENEZUELA PORTS / CIF ROTTERDAM / CIF CHINA PORTS
CONTRACT
12 MONTHS WITH ROLLS AND EXTENSION
PRICE
USD 570.91 Gross/USD 560.91 Net : 50,000 MT – 100,000MT
USD 550.91 Gross/USD 540.91 Net : 200,000 MT – 300,000 MT
USD 550.91 Gross/USD 520.91 Net : 350,000 MT – 400,000 MT
COMMISSION : US$10.00 / MT OPEN FOR BUYER’S FACILITATOR

AVIATION JET FUEL – COLONIAL GRADE 54 / JP54 QUANTITY:
450,000 BBLS X 12 MONTHS
500,000 BBLS – 900,000 BBLS X 12 MONTHS
1,000,000 BBLS – 2,000,000 BBLS X 12 MONTHS
CONTRACT:
12 MONTHS WITH ROLLS AND EXTENSION
PRICE
USD 77 Gross/USD 75 Net : 450,000 BBLS
USD 74 Gross/USD 72 Net : 500,000 – 900,000 BBLS
USD 69 Gross/USD 67 Net : 1,000,000 – 2,000,000 BBLS
COMMISSION : US$2.00 / BBL OPEN FOR BUYER’S FACILITATOR
DELIVERY PORT:
CIF ROTTERDAM / CIF CHINA PORTS

PROCEDURES: (NON-NEGOTIABLE)
1. BUYER ISSUES ICPO, ALONG WITH COMPANY PROFILE AND SCAN PASSPORT COPY OF
COMPANY’S DIRECTOR / CEO.

2. SELLER ISSUES FULL CORPORATE OFFER TO BUYER.

3. BUYER SIGNS, SEAL AND RETURN FCO TO SELLER WITHIN THREE (3) WORKING DAYS.

4. SELLER ISSUES A DRAFT CONTRACT ACCORDING TO THE PROCEDURES BEING SET OUT
IN THE FCO WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS. BUYER REVIEWS CONTRACT AND MAKE A
FEW AMENDMENTS, IF ANY.

5. BOTH PARTIES EXCHANGE A SIGNED CONTRACT AND LODGE COPIES TO THEIR
RESPECTIVE BANKS WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS.

6. WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS BUYER’S BANK TRANSMITS A PROOF OF FUNDS
(POF) TO SELLER’S BANK BY SWIFT MT799. NOTE: NOT BLOCKED FUNDS. MT799 IS A
SIMPLE TEXT MESSAGE, SENT BANK TO BANK. THIS IS USED FOR A BANK TO BANK
PROOF OF FUNDS, ONLY. MT799 IS NOT A FORM OF PAYMENT AND IT IS NOT A BANK
UNDERTAKING, OR A PROMISE TO PAY. IT IS SIMPLY A BANK TO BANK CONFIRMATION
OF FUNDS ON DEPOSIT, NOTHING MORE.

7. UPON RECEIPT OF BUYER’S MT799 POF SELLER’S BANK ISSUES TO BUYER’S A 2%
PERFORMANCE BOND FOR ONE MONTH SHIPMENT VALUE WITHIN FIVE BANKING DAYS.

8. UPON BUYER’S RECEIPT OF SELLER’S 2% PB, SELLER PROVIDES FIRST SETS OF
PROOF OF PRODUCT (POP). SECOND SET OF POP WILL BE SHOWN BEFORE THE VESSEL
SET SAIL TO UNLOADING PORT. THE FOLLOWING

POP DOCUMENTS WILL BE FURNISHED BY OUR BANK:

FIRST SET OF POP

A. COPY OF LICENSE TO EXPORT

B. COPY OF REFINERY COMMITMENT TO SUPPLY THE PRODUCT

C. COPY OF STATEMENT OF AVAILABILITY OF PRODUCT

D. COPY OF PORT STORAGE AGREEMENT

E. COPY OF AGREEMENT TO TRANSPORT PRODUCTS TO THE LOADING PORT

F. COPY OF REFINERY CERTIFICATE FOR PRODUCT

G. COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN

H. COPY OF PRODUCT CERTIFICATE OF QUALITY ANALYSIS ISSUED BY REFINERY

SECOND SET OF POP

I. COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF QUALITY AND QUANTITY ANALYSIS MADE BY SGS OR
EQUIVALENT INSPECTORS AT THE LOADEDING PORT.

J. COPY OF Q88

K. COPY OF BILL OF LADING

9. WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS BUYER’S BANK ISSUES SBLC / BG. VALIDITY OF
BG / SBLC WOULD BE 180 DAYS.

10. SELLER AND SELLER’S BANK CONFIRM AND SIGN NCNDA WITH BROKERS /
FACILITATORS.

11. SHIPMENT COMMENCE WITHIN THIRTY DAYS (30) FROM THE DAY SELLER’S BANK
CONFIRMS RECEIPT OF BUYER’S SBLC / BG.

12. 8. UPON ARRIVAL OF THE CARGO AT DISCHARGE PORT BUYER WILL RELEASE
PAYMENT TO SELLER AFTER CIQ / SGS INSPECTION. ALL ORIGINAL COPIES OF
SHIPPING DOCUMENTS WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO THE BUYER, OR BUYER’S
REPRESENTATIVE.

13. SELLER’S BANK PAYS COMMISSION TO BROKERS / FACILITATORS IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE RULES IN SIGNED NCNDA AND IMFPA.

14. PROXIMATE DELIVERY WILL COMMENCE AS MENTIONED IN THE DRAFT CONTRACT.

PROCESS FOR SUBMITTING YOUR ORDER

1. BUYER MUST PROVIDE CORPORATE REGISTRATION LICENSE AND COMPANY PROFILE FOR
REVIEW BEFORE SUBMITTING THE PURCHASE ORDER. BUYER’S COMPANY WILL PROVIDE
AUTHORIZATION WITH PASSPORT COPY AND COMMUNICATION OF COMPANY OFFICER TO
CONDUCT TRANSACTION, DIRECTLY. A PROXY AUTHORIZATION WILL BE REQUIRED FOR
THIRD PARTY ACTING AS FINANCIAL INSTITUTE, LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE OR OTHER
ENTITY. SUCH COMPANY MUST MEET OUR REQUIREMENTS FOR QUALIFIED BUYER.

2. BUYER MUST HAVE GOVERNMENT/STATE ENTITY AUTHORIZATION / LICENSE TO IMPORT
THE PRODUCT THE COMPANY SOLICITS. WE REQUIRE COPIES OF SUCH AUTHORIZATION.

3. BUYER MUST HAVE HAULAGE / WAREHOUSING / STORAGE FACILITY OR FULL LOGISTIC
CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENTS TO TAKE DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT THE COMPANY
SOLICIT. WE REQUIRE TO BE INFORMED ABOUT (1) THE COMPANY’S CHOICE OF
SHIPPING LINE, AGENTS AND INSURANCE (2) DELIVERY PORT / VESSEL DATA/PORT
DATA SHEET / STORAGE FACILITY AND CAPACITY. BUYER’S COMPANY INFORMATION OR
DOCUMENT ARE HELD IN COMPLETE CONFIDENTIAL AND WOULD ONLY BE SHOWN OR
TRANSFERRED TO OUTSIDE AGENCY WITH BUYER’S WRITTEN APPROVAL. NO UPFRONT
PROOF OF PRODUCT WILL BE SHOWN FOR ANY REASON UNTIL BUYER IS PROVED TO BE
GENUINE.

4. THERE WILL BE NO UPFRONT PAYMENT OF ANY KIND, BUYER PAYS COMMISSION TO
INTERMEDIARIES.

SOFT CORPORATE OFFER – from another Direct to Refinery seller friend of mine, dated this week
PRODUCT
Product: Jet Fuel JP54
Quantity: 500,000 to 2 million Barrels
Price: Gross $72 / Net $66 /Barrels)
Origin: Russian Federation
Commission: Seller Side USD $3 / Buyer Side $3

Product: D2 Gasoil GOST 305-82
Quantity: 30,000 to 100,000 Metric Tons
Price: Gross$680 / Net $670 Metric Tons
Origin: Russian Federation
Commission: Seller Side USD $5 / Buyer Side $5

Product: MAZUT-100 GOST 10585-75
Quantity: 30,000 to 100,000 Metric Tons
Price: Gross$330 / Net $320 Metric Tons
Origin: Russian Federation
Commission: Seller Side USD $5 / Buyer Side $5

DIP TEST, CI and PAY PROCEDURES

1. Buyer issue ICPO

2. Seller issues Draft Contract and CI for Spot Lift able and Buyer returns
signed/deal Draft Contract with signed CI to Seller

3. Seller issues to buyer Assurance -Letter to inject the fuel from the
Sellers storage reservoir to storage Tanks at Loading Port to be leased by
the Buyer with Seller’s TSR and Q-Q report.

4. Within 2-3 business day after verifying Sellers Assurance Letter, TSR, &
Q-Q report, Buyer lease tank-storage to receive the product & send to seller
Tank Storage Agreement a& Tank storage Receipts for approval.
(Alternatively. Buyer sends Q88 + CPA + Charter-Receipt in case of using
Tanker-Vessel)

5. Seller issue Injection Code & DTA, and Buyer sends Port Clearance
Certificate in case of T-Vessel

6. Upon confirmation of act of transfer in buyer’s name, Seller issues to
the buyer, Title of Ownership Certificate to be followed by all export
documents. Buyer conducts dip test and lifting commence and Buyer release
payment by MT103 TT Wire as agreed by the parties

7. Seller pays commission to intermediaries

8. Seller sends to buyer SPA for 12 months. Buyer signs and return singed
SPA with IRDC opening for guaranteed procedure 2-7 repeat per month for 12
Months deliveries

PLEASE NOTE: If the above negotiation terms and working procedures are
acceptable by your company/end buyer, kindly issue an ICPO/LOI:

BLCO Procedures CI, Dip & Pay…
· 1. Seller issues CONTRACT to Buyer
· 2. Buyer and Seller sign the CONTRACT and both parties lodge with
their banks within 72 hours of signing the CONTRACT. The contract is
considered legally binding and enforceable and must not be changed without
mutual consent of both parties. Buyers Bank send’s to Sellers Bank POF.
Seller’s Bank contacts Buyers Bank to verify POF.
· Upon verification of POF, Seller issues PPOP to Buyers Bank.
· Within five (5) banking days of Seller issuing PPOP, buyer’s bank
issues Non-Operative SBLC (MT760),(MT799) DLC,(MT700),or B.G. after verification of PPOP.
· Seller’s Bank issues 2% Performance Bond to activate the Buyer’s instrument.
· Within five (5) banking days, after receipt and positive
confirmation of Buyer’s instrument (MT760), (MT799)SBLC,.DLC, BG, Seller
issues a verifiable VLCC nomination.
· 3. Seller issues ship loading dates and estimated time of arrival
to Buyers discharge Port, in Standard Laycan dates and times; 1 week, 72,
48 and 24 hours before arriving at destination.
· 4. Buyer issues ATB format to Seller at 1 week Laycan date;
Seller has ship captain issue Marine ATB, and clearance documents, to board the ship.
· 5. Buyer has Inspection Company and Supercargo board ship to conduct Q&Q.
· 6. On successful Q&Q, Buyer remits inspectional documents to
Seller and payment to Sellers designated bank via MT103 within 24 hours of
finalized Q&Q. Seller provides Shipping documents to Buyers Bank.
· 7. Seller transfers title to Buyer and hands over Title docs and
all POP documents to Buyer.
· Payment is released to the Seller immediately upon completion of
Q&Q via SWIFT MT-103 or TT Wire Transfer covering the total US Dollar
amount of USD$000,000,000.00 (Estimated) at Title Transfer. Payment to
Intermediaries shall be made within 24 hours; Estimated amount for Seller
and Buyer sides is USD$X,000,000 per ship.
· *Documents to be provided PPOP & POP as issued*
· Clean Ocean Bill of Lading, One (1) Original and three (3) copies
· Seller’s Commercial Invoice, One (1) Original and three (3) copies
· Certificate of Origin issued by NNPC, One (1) Original and three (3) copies
· Certificate of Authenticity issued by NNPC, One (1) original and
three (3) copies
· Certificate of ownership
· Master’s receipt for Documents
· Cargo Manifest
· Charter Party Agreement Q & Q Certificate

We do not go around the very Oil People, who brought to us legitimate Oil End Buyers. Oil Sharks, who think they profit by stabbing other people in the back, will have Karma come back and bit them in the back side.

Here’s to a strong 2015 Oil Year – RJ Hender – Absolute Oil Integrity


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