Petroleum products

– I have a serious and real relationship with refineries belonging to Primary Groups to guarantee the supply of all products.

The product exists and is available at any time.

The utmost seriousness and solid credentials are required.

Negotiation only with End Buyer or Buyer Mandate provided with a written mandate.


  • Crude Gost 51 858-2002 
  • Crude Gost 9965-76
  • Diesel D2 Gas Oil L-02-62 Gost 305-82
  • Diesel D2 Automotive Gas Oil (AGO)
  • Diesel D6 Virgin Low Pour Fuel Oil
  • Diesel Fuel EN 590
  • Diesel Gas Oil Ultra-Low Sulphur 50 PPM
  • Diesel Gas Oil Ultra-Low Sulphur 10 PPM
  • Diesel Gas Oil Ultra-Low Sulphur 500 PPM
  • Mazut M100 Gost 10585/75
  • Mazut M100 Gost 10585/99
  • Aviation Kerosene Colonial Grade 54 Jet Fuel
  • Jet Fuel A1
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas Propane Gost 20448-90 (LPG)
  • Liquefied Natural Gas Gost 5542/87 (LNG)
  • Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
  • Gasoline 87 Octanes
  • Gasoline 89 Octanes
  • Gasoline 95 Octanes
  • Bitumen Petroleum Asphalt 60/70
  • Bitumen Petroleum Asphalt 80/100
  • Fuel Oil CTS 180
  • Fuel Oil CTS 280
  • Fuel Oil CTS 380
  • Base Oil
  • EN 590
  • Urea N 46% Prilled
  • Urea N 46% Granular




  1. Buyer confirms Soft Offer and acceptance of the Seller’s procedures, issues an ICPO with Seller’s procedures incorporated on the ICPO, plus Official Bank letter (BCL) for the amount of the Fist Cargo.
  2. Seller issues Draft Contract and sends it to the Buyer, Buyer returns the Draft Contract duly signed.
  3. Buyer issues MT199 bank to bank confirmation
  4. Seller sends to Buyer the Partial POP Documents
  • Certificate of Origin of the Product
  • Company Registration Certificate
  • Company Tax Certificate
  • Statement of Product Availability
  • Product Quality Passport (Dip Test Analysis)
  • Refinery Commitment to Produce the Product
  • Commercial Invoice
  • Refinery Affidavit
  1. Within 5 maximum days upon receipt of the PPOP Buyer issues the BG, MT700, MT760 OR SBLC as guarantee. Seller issues the Attestation Act of Transfer for Buyer’s endorsement to facilitate booking of allocation, obtaining transaction code and securing a legitimate approval for the transfer of Ownership Title/Allocation by the relevant authorities to Buyer’s name.
  2. The Seller registers, legalizes and notarizes the endorsed Contract officially with the appropriate authorities, expenses borne by Seller.
  3. Upon completion of the Act of Transfer with the Ownership Title/Allocation transferred to Buyer name, Seller submits all documentation stating Buyer as legal Title Holder and Owner of Allocation to the shipping company.
  4. Seller provides Buyer the full information of the shipping company. Buyer contacts shipping company, finalize the shipping schedule and send IMFPA NCNDA to the intermediary
  5. Seller sends Full Proof of Product (POP) to Buyer’s bank. The Full POP Documents includes:
  • Copy of license to export, issued by the department of the Ministry of Energy.
  • Copy of Approval to Export, issued by the Ministry of Justice.
  • Copy of statement of availability of the product.
  • Copy of the refinery commitment to produce the product.
  • Copy of Transnet contract to transport the product to the loading port.
  • Copy of the port storage agreement
  • Copy of the charter party agreement(s) to transport the product to discharge port.
  • Copy of Tank Receipt.
  • Copy of Vessel Questionnaire 88.
  • Copy of Bill of Lading.
  • Dip Test Authorization.
  1. Seller responds by issuing 2% PB.
  2. Delivery commences as per contract. Upon arrival of the cargo at the discharge port and after SGS/CIQ at the discharge port, payment is effected against presentation to Buyer’s bank of complete set of export documents.
  3. Seller pays all intermediaries accordingly within 72 hours.