Tasweeq Offers December-Loading Naphtha, Gasoline, Condensate

Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Co., or Tasweeq, offered to sell shipments of naphtha from the Pearl and Oryx gas-to-liquids projects, plant condensate and gasoline, according to documents sent to potential buyers. All supplies are for December loading.

Details of the offers are as follow:

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Product:      Pearl GTL naphtha
Quantity:     45,000 metric tons
Loading:      Dec. 27 to 28
Port:         Ras Laffan, Qatar
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Product:      Full range naphtha from Pearl GTL plant
Quantity:     35,000 metric tons
Loading:      Dec. 29 to 30
Port:         Ras Laffan, Qatar
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Product:      Oryx GTL naphtha
Quantity:     26,000 metric tons
Loading:      Dec. 22 to 23
Port:         Ras Laffan, Qatar
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Product:      Full=range naphtha from Oryx GTL plant
Quantity:     30,000 metric tons
Loading:      Dec. 24 to 25
Port:         Ras Laffan, Qatar
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Product:      90-RON Gasoline
Quantity:     258,000 barrels
Loading:      Last 10 days of December (2-day loading range)
Port:         Mesaieed, Qatar
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Product:      Plant condensate
Quantity:     50,000 metric tons
Loading:      First half of December
Port:         Ras Laffan, Qatar
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Offers close: Nov. 21, 1 p.m. Doha time
Validity:     Nov. 24, 1 p.m. Doha time
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