Seller(s) Set Procedures – D6, Mazut, BLCO, JP54, LNG, D2, ULSD, JPA1, LPG Direct

RJ Hender – Honest Oil Seller
Tue, March 31, 2015
Subject; Sellers Set JP54, D6, Mazut Procedures
www.MorningLiberty.com

Below, I’ve a recent SCO for D6 spelled out. $1.60 Spot per gal… $1.40 per gal contract

I enjoy helping legitimate End Buyers secure the fuel they need. I would be happy
to arrange an Oil Conference Call with my Direct to 157 Refineries Seller, but there
is some Due Diligence that must be done first. Contact me RJ@MorningLiberty.com

Don’t contact me for fuel if you do not have the ability to pay for the JP54, D6, Mazut,
LNG, BLCO, D2, LPG, JP54 or other fuel products. Don’t contact me unless you are willing
to follow the Refinery Procedures. I was informed this week that oil prices are expected
to rise dramatically by the fall of 2015. Locking in a 12month, 2yr or 5yr agreement for
fuel now would be worth your while. I need a Corporate Profile, on End Seller letterhead,
to get started.

I need basic buyer details spelled out to me – so I can get started for you…
1 – Skype name of End Buyer and Buyer Intermediary
2 – Type of fuel needed
3 – Quantity of fuel needed
4 – Destination of fuel, needed to Oil Tanks or to your Tanker…
5 – Target Price of the fuel you need
6 – Email of End Buyer and Buyer Intermediary
7 – Phone Number of End Buyer and Buyer Intermediary
8 – Corporate Profile on End Buyer letterhead
9 – BLC or something to show that End Buyer is serious about closing the transaction
10 – Procedure preferred; FOB, CIF, CI Dip & Pay

We sell fuel to Majors and their procedures are different than most oil buyers.

Since every End Buyer is different; personality, expectations, ability, specific needs,
specific logistics and willingness to pull the trigger to close an oil transaction, it is
a good thing that I work with over 12 Direct to Refinery sources for fuel.

This intel was sent to me this week, by Skype, from 1 of my Direct to Refinery Sources.
You may not like his position, but he speaks the Oil Truth…
by Skype; RJ, They don’t like procedures because they are not real buyers. They know if you come to a real refinery table under false pretense they will prosecuted.

I have had several Buyer(s) contact me from China, but China’s own bottleneck is getting in
the way of any oil delivery, at this point. From one of my oil sources, I was sent this message recently…
by Skype; RJ, The problem is that a little while ago the government relaxed the import
restrictions on petroleum product. AS a result, there has been an
avalanche of “new” importers without much experience. They have been duped
by fake deals, issuing DLC’s and then refusing to pay the fee to the
banks when the product did not materialize.
Banks have begun actions and that has caused a lot of political problems
as many of these importers are well connected politically. So banks are
now requiring cash backing and if a deal falls over, they have the cash to
cover their fees
At present, there are 16 million bbls of BLCO on ships in Chinese waters
where Sellers can not demonstrate they have legal title and Chinese
Customs are not allowing then to enter port. each one has a DLC!!!!!

RJ, HERE ARE THE PROCEDURES FOR THE CONTRACT D6 FOB , BORCO, SHELL BAHAMAS
TERMINAL…

REQUEST YOUR MONTHLY QTY. AND REQUESTED 12 MONTHS CONTRACT . MAKE IT
PLUS ROLLS , EXTENSIONS ACCORDINGLY.
*; Export Transaction Procedures:*
1) Buyer issues ICPO. with their requested qtys. of D6
up to 80k mts. per contract , their requested $1.32 pricing point per
gallon and their desired specification accordingly.

2) Seller sends Full Corporate Offer by corporate email, with
authorized signature.

3) Buyer returns executed Full Corporate Offer by corporate email,
with Buyer’s intended banking information attached. (account number is
not needed)

4) Seller (____Company Inc) which is a Shell Oil distributor/account
holder, issues a Commercial Invoice as proof that fuel is in custody, and
available for loading with final laycan dates to be provided after the
receipt of buyers Standby Letter of Credit.

5) Buyer executes and returns Commercial Invoice via corporate email
and issues Standby letter of credit within five (5) days of Commercial
Invoice acceptance and delivery to _____

6) Buyer issues the SBLC as per the Shell Oil Company approved
verbiage, which is provide to Buyer by ____Company along with the FCO.
Buyer delivers original copy of their SBLC
via courier to the office address of the seller or to Shell Oil Company.

7) Seller _____Company delivers to Buyer Shell Oil International
issued Laycan schedule, and authorization for loading documentation.

8) Buyer loads the product and makes full payment Via MT103/TT wire.

9) Title transfers at loading port.

****** NOTE ***** THIS OFFER IS INTENDED FOR ACTUAL BUYER’S READY TO
SUBMIT THEIR ICPO AND IS NOT TO BE CIRCULATED ……*

SINCERELY,

I can help you secure Production Contracts with Shell Oil, with my Shell Oil friend
that I have worked with since 1985.

I could help you secure oil products from one of my other Direct to Refinery Sellers,
but in every case, they all have Procedures that they expect Buyers to follow.

I wish you the best of this Oil Year 2015. RJ Hender – Honest Oil Seller


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