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PRODUCTION STACKS

Hydrocarbons Rich Gases

FOB DELIVERY APPROVED PROCEDURE (1)
1. Buyer receives official offer and issues/sends ICPO to Seller with Refinery approved FOB delivery procedure.
2. Seller issues Commercial Invoice (CI), buyer signs and returns to seller with Tank storage agreement (TSA). Seller will complete due diligence on the Tank Farm of the buyer before making their 2 days tank lease payment.
3. Seller pays the buyer’s tank for 2 days for the Injection Process and Buyer pays his Tank Farm Company for 3 days’ tank storage costs, (totaling a five 5 days TSR).
4. Buyer tank farm provide 5 days storage receipt (TSR) to Seller and buyer, Seller issues Unconditional DTA to buyer along with following documents: -

(A) Product Passport
(B) Certificate of Origin
(C) Product Injection Report
(D) Statement of Product Availability
(E) Commitment to Supply
(F) Authorization to Sell and Collect.
5. Buyer conducts Dip test on the product and makes the payment for the total value of product injected into the tanks through the means of MT103- TT within 24 hours of confirming Q/Q of the product.
6. Seller pays all intermediaries involved in the transaction and subsequently monthly shipment continues through sales agreement between Refinery and buyer’s company.

FOB DELIVERY APPROVED PROCEDURE (2)
(REFINERY SELLING PROCEDURES FOB ROTTERDAM/HOUSTON)
1. Buyer sends ICPO in line with seller working procedures alongside his/her Tank Storage Agreement (T.S.A.) on receipt and acceptance of Seller's Soft Offer;
2. Seller issues Commercial Invoice (C.I.), Buyer Signs within 24 hours and returns to Seller Within its validity;
3. Upon receipt and review of the signed C.I., seller issues Dip Test Authorization (D.T.A) to be completed and signed by buyer/ Buyer’s logistics in order for Dip Test to be conducted alongside counter signed copies of the C.I;
4. Buyer returns the Dip Test Authorization (DTA) fully completed and signed within its validity and upon successful review of the completed DTA, seller issues the below full POP documents:-
A. Fresh SGS Report (Not older than 72 hours);
B. Product Reservoir Receipt;
C. Accreditation Certificate;
D. Product Passport (Quantity and Quality Analysis);
E. Authorization to Sell and Collect Certificate (ATSCC);
F. Pre-Injection Report (PIR);
G. NCNDA/IMFPA (To be completed by all intermediaries); H. Certificate of Product Origin;
I. Authority to Verify (ATV) either physically or otherwise.
5. Upon receipt and confirmation of the above POP Documents, Buyer provides its testing officials (SGS or INTERTEK) and the needed test are carried out on the product in seller’s tanks;
6. Buyer upon successful Dip Test makes full payment by MT103 / TT wire transfer for the total prod-uct and Seller pays commission to all intermediaries involved in the transaction within 24 hours after confirmation of buyer's payment and injection commences immediately;
7. Seller issues a contract for buyer’s desired duration upon successful completion of the trial order.

 

FOB PROCEDURES SPOT / CI, DIP+PAY) (3)
1. Buyer Submits ICPO and TSA
2. Seller Releases Commercial Invoice with Storage Logistics of the product available in tank.
3. Buyer signs the CI as well as the Buyer's Logistics service provider as buyer's proof of performance and storage availability.
4. Seller Releases the following
a. ATV: Buyer fills the ATV
5. Seller proceeds in releasing via BANK TO BANK a) DTA b) Q&Q Analytical Report c) Authorization to Sell and Collect (ATSC)
d) Commitment and Guarantee Assurance Letter to supply.
5. Buyer Effects DIP and PAY to enable seller release TITLE OF OWNERSHIP CERTIFICATE and all other export documents
6. Seller pays Commissions and possible Rolls and Extension.

 

CIF VARIANT DELIVERY - SHARED CHARTER COST 50/50 (1)

1) Buyer issue ICPO with: -
A) Corporate bank details.
B) Name of issuing bank for DLC MT700.
C) Passport copy of signee.
D) Incorporation certificate or trade license. E) Company profile.
2) Seller issues full corporate offer, buyer sign FCO; and seller send draft copy of sales purchase agreement.
3) Buyer returns to seller signed sales purchase agreement (along with buyer’s port agent full contact details)
4) Seller provide export license to buyer – for buyer to confirm ability of seller for export.
5) Both parties proceed to mutually appoint top-rated Russian charter company, whereby:
A) Both parties equally share cost of charter covering one-month voyage for quantity of trial order.
B) Seller agrees to reimburse buyer 50% of charter cost in final commercial invoice for payment at buyer port. C) After sealing CPA, optional, seller can invite buyer for TTM in Russia and to witness vessel loading.
6) Upon vessel arrival at loading port; seller proceed to issue the following documents a) statement of availability of the product.
B) Letter of commitment to supply.
C) Proforma-invoice for first trial delivery showing deduction of 50% charter cost.
D) Notarized product passport with ministry of energy. E) Notarized contract with ministry of energy.
F) Allocation transaction passport code certificate.
G) Vessel loading schedule.
7) Upon loading finish; seller send pop to buyer via government courier (cost borne by seller):
A) Certificate of origin.
B) copy of export license issued by Russian ministry of energy.
C) Copy of Q&Q certificates as issued at loading port by an independent surveyor company nomi-nated by seller. D) Ullage report identification of the loaded cargo with quantity expressed in metric tons.
E) Copy of ocean bill of loading made out “clean on board” marked “freight prepaid”.
F) Signed commercial invoice, showing quantity, quality survey result, vessel name and loading com-pletion date. G) copy charter party agreement.
H) Q88 vessel details.
I) Authority to sell and collect.
8) Vessel set on voyage to buyer discharge port and upon arrival seller provides buyer with: - a) dip test authorization.
B) ATB for inspection according to SGS/CIQ standards.
9) Within three banking days after CIQ inspection; buyer arranges bank payment TT or MT103 against title transfer.
10) Buyer bank issue operative IRDLC MT700 / SBLC MT760 for 12 months contract and seller issues 2% PB.
11) For each delivery lot; seller pays commissions to all intermediaries as per ICC NCNDA/IMFPA within 3 days.

 

CIF ASWP APPROVED STANDARD BANKING WORKING PROCEDURES (2)


1. BUYER ISSUED ICPO MUST BE WITH BUYER COMPANY LEETERHEADING AND BUYER BANKING IN-FORMATIONS.
2. SELLER ISSUE DRAFT CONTRACT (OPEN FOR ANY AMANENDMENTS) TO BUYER, BUYER SIGNS, SEALS AND RETURNS THE DRAFT CONTACT TO SELLER FOR FINAL ENDORSEMENT.
SELLER ISSUES PARTIAL PROOF OF PRODUCT:

A. REFINERY COMMITMENT TO SUPPLY.
B. CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN.
C. STATEMENT OF AVAILABILITY OF PRODUCT.
D. PRODUCT QUALITY PASSPORT (ANALYSIS TEST REPORT) BY RUSSIAN STANDARD GOSTR.
3. WITHING 5 BANKING DAYS, BUYERS BANK SENDS TRANSFERABLE IRREVOCABLE OPREATIVE SBLC VIA MT760 ACCORDING TO SELLERS FIDUCIARY BANK VERBIAGE TO SELLER NOMINATED FIDUCIARY OFFSHORE BANK ACCOUNT FOR FIRST MONTH SHIPMENT.

SHOULD BUYER FAIL TO ISSUE PAYMENT INSTRUMENT WITHING 5 BANK WORKING DAYS, BUYER WILL MAKE CASH DEPOSIT OF $280,000 BY TT WIRE TRANSFER FOR SECURITY GUARANTEE TO ENABLE SELLER CHARTER VESSEL AND COMMENCE SHIPMENT, AND THIS PAYMENT WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM THE TOTAL COST OF PRODUCT AFTER INSPECTION AT DISCHARGE PORT.

4. SELLER BANK ISSUE FULL POP DOCUMENT TO THE BUYERS BANK ALONGSIDE WITH THE 2% PER-FORMANCE BOND(PB)
A. COPY OF LICENSE TO EXPORT, ISSUE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY, RUSSIAN FEDRATION.
B. COPY OF APPROVAL TO EXPORT, ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE RUSSIAN FEDRATION
C. COPY OF STATEMENT OF PRODUCT AVAILABILITY
D. COPY OF REFIENRY COMMITMNET TO PRODUCE THE PRODUCT.
E. COPY OF TRANSNET CONTRACT TO TRANSPORT THE PRODUCT TO THE LOADING PORT.
F. COPY OF THE PORT STORAGE AGREEMENT
G. COPY OF THE CHARTER PARTY AGREEMENT TO TRANSPORT THE PRODUCT TP DISCHARGE PORT
H. COPY OF VESSEL QUESTIONNAIRE 88.
I. COPY OF BILL OF LADING
J.SGS REPORT AT LOADING PORT.
K.DIP TEST AUTHORIZATION (DTA)&ATB
L.NOR/ETA
M.CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP TRANSFER
N. ALLOCATION TRANSACTION PASSPORT CODE CERTIFICATE (ATPCC)BY MINISTRY OF ENERGY.
5. SHIPMENT COMMENCES AS PER SIGNED CONTRACT DELIVERY SCHEDULE AND THE SHIPMENT SHOULD ARRIVE AT BUYER S DISCHARGE PORT WITHIN 5-25 DAYS.

THE SGS INSPECTION WILL BE BORNE BY THE SELLER AT THE LOADING SEAPORT AND THE BUYER AT THE UNLADING SEAPORT.

6. BUYER RELEASES PAYMENT TO SELLER BY TT/MT103 UPON RECEIPT OF THE SHIPPING DOCUMENT AND CONFIRMATION OF THE Q AND QBY SGS /CIQ AT THE DESTINATION PORT.
7. SELLER PAYS COMMISSION WITHIN 48 HOURS BY SWIFT MT103 TO ALL INTERMEDIARIES AS SIGNED NCNDA/IMPFA.