SOFT CORPORATE OFFER D6 VIRGIN FUEL OIL

FULL CORPORATE OFFER WITH PROCEDURES CIF ASWP, FOB-DIP & PAY AND SPOT DEAL PROCEDURES

GNGROUP in collaboration with Our Supplier, with Reference GN-OIL/SCO/07/17 full legal responsibility, hereby issue this Soft/Full Corporate Offer with given terms and conditions as stated in this Offer to confirm our readiness to execute a Sales and Purchase Agreement with the ability to supply the following commodity according to the terms and conditions stipulated in this soft corporate offer. Valid till August 03,2017

PROCEDURES FOR CIF ASWP CONTRACT
1. Buyer provide below requirement to GNGROUP PTE. LTD.
a). OFFICIAL ICPO WITH FULL BANKING DETAILS
b). NCND + IMFPA
c). COMPANY PROFILE
d). PASSPORT PICTURE PAGE

2. Seller Issues Draft Contract Open for Amendments. Buyer Counters Sign and Seals the Draft Contract and Sends Via E-Mail to Seller within 2 Working Days.

3. Seller issue proforma invoice and Buyer Within three (3) banking days, Buyer or Buyer bank provides LC or BG or the Minimum Deposit, if the buyer does not provide any LC or BG or Any instrument bank accepted by the seller only, LC or BG or Bank Instrument will be placed on the seller’s Sister Banks Fiduciary Company and send a copy of the receipt to the Seller.
Note: Minimum Deposit Required to help buyers get the funder (Bank Instrument: LC, BG, SBLC, the owner of bank Instrument) to qualify as a valid customer

4. Seller issue Partial POP documents to buyer via Seller Official email address (gngroup.sb@gmail.com) to Buyer Official Email address on listed below:

A. Copy of License certificate
B. Copy of Statement of Availability of the product.
C. Copy of Proforma Invoice
D. Commitment to supply
E. Certificate of Origin
F. Q&Q done by indigenous lab at port of Origin
G. ATS (Authorization to Sell)

5. Seller issue 2% PB to buyers for Guarantee Monthly shipment and Commences and issue Full POP and Shipping Documents Including (against shipment Documents (Q88, SGS report certificate, Bill of Lading), and test report Q88, SGS report certificate, Bill of Lading:

A. Copy of Commercial Invoice.
B. Copy of Approval to License certificate.
C. Copy of Statement of Availability of the Product.
D. Copy of the Refinery Commitment to Produce the Product.
E. Copy of the Transnet Contract to Transport the Product to the Port.
F. Copy of the Port Storage Agreement.
G. Copy of the Charter Party Agreement(S) To Transport the Product to Discharge Port.
H. Dip test Authorization, Tank receipt and SGS report.
I. Copy of Vessel Questionnaire 88
J. Copy of Bill of Lading.
K. Certificate of Origin.
L. Allocation Transaction Passport Code Certificate [ATPCC] M. The customs formalities, and test report to buyer/Bank.

6. Ship arrives at port destination port and conduct inspection on the goods and Buyer release payment to seller bank after inspection at port 100% payable for each shipment within 2 banking days upon the cargo passed SGS and receipt of all the relevant payment documents.

7. Seller pays commission to Seller Side, Buyer pays Buyer side commissions:
A. 50%: Seller Side: (50% Closed to Seller Side)
B. 50%: Buyer side: (50% Open to Buyer Mandate & Intermediaries)

The agreed commission will be included within an Irrevocable Master Fee, Protection Agreement (IMFPA) to be signed between the buyer and the seller, group of each party prior to issuance of the Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA).

8) Buyer will pay 5% to Seller as penalty if the buyer fails to performed and default while Seller will pay 5% to Buyer as penalty if the Seller fails to performed and default.

PROCEDURES DIP & PAY FOB
Dip Test on Seller tank before injection into buyer hire tank

1. Seller issues SCO/ICPO FORMAT/NCNDA+IMPFA to End buyer.

2. Buyer provide below requirement to GNGROUP PTE. LTD.
a). OFFICIAL ICPO WITH FULL BANKING DETAILS ADDRESS TO END SELLER VIA MR JC-CS AND MR HHI
b) TANK STORAGE AGREEMENT (TSA) FROM A REPUTABLE TANK FARM STORAGE COMPANY
b). NCND + IMFPA MUST FILL UP, SIGN, STAMPING, ENDORSEMENT BY BANK AND NOTARY PUBLIC
c). COMPANY PROFILE MUST LATEST
d). PASSPORT PICTURE PAGE OWNER COMPANY OR ANY DIRECTOR COMPANY

3) Seller issues CI (Commercial Invoice) and Buyer counter signed and return with 48 Hours to seller.

4) Seller Approve buyer TSA and issue POP documents to Buyer:
A) Commitment to supply
B) Certificate of Origin
C) Q&Q done by indigenous lab at port of Origin
D) ATS (Authorization to Sell) License certificate
E) Statement of availability of product
F) Notice of Readiness (NOR) to Commence Injection of the Product.

5) Buyer provide to Seller Tank Storage Receipt (TSR), Authorization to Verify (ATV), Readiness to Receive Fuel (RTR) and send to Seller.

6) Seller confirm buyer tank and verify buyer tank then Seller issue to buyer Dip Test Authorization(DTA), Tank Storage Receipt (TSR), Authorization to Verify (ATV) to enable buyer verify the fuel in Seller tanks.

7) Buyer engages SGS to conduct Q&Q dip Test Inspection on the Product on Seller tank to check the Quality and Quantity of the fuel before injection can to take place to be sure the product match the Specification for international Standard product.

8) Seller inject fuel into buyer tank and buyer confirm the fuel and buyer Pays by MT103 against SGS report

9) Seller issue Title ownership documents to buyer

10) Seller pays commission to Seller Side, Buyer pays Buyer side commissions:
A. 50%: Seller Side: (50% Closed to Seller Side)
B. 50%: Buyer side: (50% Open to Buyer Mandate & Intermediaries)

11) Seller issue contract to buyer for signing and buyer sign and return same back to Seller.

12) Seller open 2% PB to buyer to guarantee the contract shipments and buyer open BG to guarantee the contract shipments and buyer make payment against Q&Q done by SGS report with Commercial Invoice on each slot tank

13) Buyer will pay 5% to Seller as penalty if the buyer fails to performed and default while Seller will pay 5% to Buyer as penalty if the Seller fails to performed and default.

TERMS OF SALE SPOT FOR VESSEL
Procedures: Dip and Pay

1. Seller issues SCO/ICPO FORMAT/NCNDA+IMPFA to End buyer.

2. Buyer provide below requirement to GNGROUP PTE. LTD.
a). OFFICIAL ICPO WITH FULL BANKING DETAILS ADDRESS TO END SELLER VIA MR JC-CS AND MR HHI
b) TANK STORAGE AGREEMENT (TSA) FROM A REPUTABLE TANK FARM STORAGE COMPANY
b). NCND + IMFPA MUST FILL UP, SIGN, STAMPING, ENDORSEMENT BY BANK AND NOTARY PUBLIC
c). COMPANY PROFILE MUST LATEST

d). PASSPORT PICTURE PAGE OWNER COMPANY OR ANY DIRECTOR COMPANY

3. Seller send CI and Draft SBLC for Buyer approval

4. Seller issue Commitment to supply, Certificate of Origin, ATS (Authorization to Sell) License certificate, Statement of availability of product, Q&Q done by indigenous lab at port of Origin to buyer via email

5. Buyer issue POF Operative SBLC via MT760 to Seller(Fiduciary) bank outside Russia

6. Seller Fiduciary verify the bank Instrument and Seller issue DTA/ATV/ SGS/ Q88/ BL/ ETA/TSR with (GPS), PIR to buyer

7. Buyer conduct dip test in seller’s tanks by SGS or Agent and Seller inject fuel into buyer tank or Vessel and upon liftable then pay MT103 and Seller Issue Title documents to buyer.

8) Seller pays commission to Seller Side, Buyer pays Buyer side commissions:
A. 50%: Seller Side: (50% Closed to Seller Side)
B. 50%: Buyer side: (50% Open to Buyer Mandate & Intermediaries)

9) Buyer will pay 5% to Seller as penalty if the buyer fails to perform and default while Seller will pay 5% to Buyer as penalty if the Seller fails to perform and default

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Consultant or Agent or Any Party that wants to raise the price to any buyer with want additional commission, then I hereby affirm that don’t want to make a deal or negotiations with us (GNGROUP), we will not be negotiable or whim raise price without any instruction by our Seller. Additional price deal you complicate matters and make it difficult for you to get success (CLOSING DEAL). But if you want to profits more, then you need to be a Reseller or Trader. Thank you

NOTICE 1: These procedures, prices and conditions, are not negotiable.
The Seller only accepts documents submitted with its format, If the Buyer’s request, we can send ICPO Format, and NCNDA / IMPFA templates used by the Seller.

NOTICE 2:These above procedures have been approved by the Antimonopoly Service of Russia Federation and serve as a guideline for all transactions involving export of oil products from Russia Federation.

NOTICE 3: The above procedures must be accepted and Incorporated on the ICPO word for word. No Bill of Ladings, Warranties, SGS Reports, or past fulfilled Contract will be presented as “Past Performance,” sanitized or not, for the following reasons;

AGAINST TRADE REGULATIONS, AGAINST STATED SGS POLICY VIOLATES FORMAL CONTRACT CONFIDENTIALITY BETWEEN BUYER AND SELLER.

NOTICE 4: We ONLY work 100% strictly according to END Seller Company/Refinery’s above procedures ONLY. Price lists are negotiable in some terms. if the terms and procedures are acceptable, kindly provide your ICPO for us to proceed further.

NOTICE 5: The ICPO must be complete identification of principal buyer signed, sealed and stamped; in buyer’s company letterhead with quantity per month/year, Target Price, Contract length, Buyer’s own opinion of specification if any and any other relevant details. We do not accept expired ICPO (Maximum date for validity is 5 working days).

NOTICE 6: ANY ICPO ISSUED MUST INSERT OUR WORKING PROCEDURE.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY ICPO WITH OTHER PROCEDURE

NOTICE 7: Non-Circumvention, Non-Disclosure Agreement All information in this soft corporate offer are confidential and all trading deals with all parties including seller and buyer depend on this offer are secret and non-disclosure and non-circumvention. All correspondents between GNGROUP Company and your company (your party) it’s under Non-Circumvention, Non-Disclosure law. Product availability and acceptance buyer company are depending on seller decision

NOTICE 8: Specification Standard
In FOB: Injection time 2-3 days
In CIF: Shipment time 20-25 days Inspection SGS or Equivalent

D6 is also be known as Residual Fuel Oil and is of high-viscosity. This particular fuel oil requires preheating to 220 – 260 Degrees Fahrenheit. D6 is mostly used for generators.

D6 is a type of residual fuel, mainly used in power plants and larger ships. The fuel requires to be preheated before it can be used. It is not possible to use it in smaller engines or vessels/vehicles where it is not possible to pre-heat it. D6 is its name in the USA. In other parts of the world it has other names.

Residual means the material remaining after the more valuable cuts of crude oil have boiled off. The residue may contain various undesirable impurities including 2 percent water and one-half percent mineral soil. D6 fuel is also known as residual fuel oil (RFO), by the Navy specification of Bunker C, or by the Pacific Specification of PS-400
Recent changes in fuel quality regulation now require further refining of the D6 in order to remove the sulfur, which leads to a higher cost. Despite this recent change, D6 is still less useful because of its viscosity as well as that it needs to be pre-heated before it can be used and contains high amounts of pollutants, such as sulfur. Since it requires pre-heating, it cannot be used in small ships or boats or cars. However large ships and power plants can use the residual fuel oil.

The price of D6 diesel traditionally rises during colder months as demand for heating oil rises, which is refined in much the same way.In many parts of the United States and throughout the United Kingdom and Australia, d6 diesel may be priced higher than petrol.

D6 Diesel Standards and Classification

CCAI and CII are two indexes which describe the ignition quality of residual fuel oil, and CCAI is especially often calculated for marine fuels.

Despite this marine fuels are still quoted on the international bunker markets with their maximum viscosity (which is set by the ISO 8217 standard – see below) due to the fact that marine engines are designed to use different viscosities of fuel.

The unit of viscosity used is the Centistoke and the d6 fuel most frequently quoted are listed below in order of cost, the least expensive first-

* IFO 380 – Intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 380 Centistokes
* IFO 180 – Intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 180 Centistokes
* LS 380 – Low-sulphur (<1.5%) intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 380 Centistokes
* LS 180 – Low-sulphur (<1.5%) intermediate d6 fuel oil with a maximum viscosity of 180 Centistokes
* MDO – Marine diesel oil.
* MGO – Marine gasoil.

               

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