HOW DOES YOU PROVIDE FUTURE OR A GENUINE NIGERIA APPENDIX OF OIL OIL SUPPLIERS? This observation of the study on the topic reported by African Americans in News Watch, a New York non-profit organization, in August 2010, sums up the problem:
"There are many genuine crude oil crude oil traders in Nigeria but the problem is getting real and verifiable ones, and oil trade is flourishing and successful business and it seems that many people want to get into it, to buy Nigerian crude oil [But the business is now full of] … prowl. " He adds that "there are a lot of crude oil sellers in Nigeria, but the challenge is to find real and verifiable sellers." In fact, as this author is quite documented somewhere else in the second study, the claim that in the tricky world of international black oil buying and selling today the landscape is leksicly full and crawling fraudsters and fraudsters, it is now a well-established, well-settled truth about which difficult can be a serious argument or debate in the contemporary international oil buying and selling industry.
As a consequence, given the REALITY claim that "there are many true crude oil sellers in Nigeria, but the problem is to create real and verifiable," the question of a large million dollar is this: HOW MUCH IS THE BUYER, HOW WE HAVE TO SELL THESE SELLERS FROM HANDS OF WORK WHICH ARE "REAL AND VERIFIED"?
KEY? Most experts, in the case of Nigeria, say that you (the raw buyer) would have to ask you to insist on the alleged vendor to provide you with authentic documentation and other evidence of the original BLCO and FLCO allocation from the Nigerian NNPC, as well as proof that this product available. (For Nigeria, NNPC, a Nigerian national oil company, is a federal government company that manages oil purchases and sales, including the sale of original crude oil sellers in Nigeria).
KEY DOCUMENTS IN THE NIGERIA INDUSTRY OF PURCHASE / SALES WASTE
There are key documents that are critical to the procurement of oil transactions on Nigerian petroleum derivatives. They will include the following documents, among others:
– Seller's Document Delivery, such as: Clean Ocean bill of Lading; Vendor Trader's Invoice
– Vendor Product Proof (will compile export license and export approval, issued by government, product availability statement, port Storage Agreement etc.)
– Quantity and Quality Certificate
– Certificate of Authenticity Issued by NNPC
– Charter Charter Agreement, issued by the charterer of the vessel, and which usually shows that the vessel is actually in the Port of Portland
– Certificate of Origin issued by NNPC leased to a particular seller
– questionnaire Q88, filled by vessel managers providing relevant information and glasses of the ship;
PROJECT OF PRODUCT
Probably the most important document of anything that a bulky buyer could ask from the seller is a true product proof (POP). This document, which must be issued by the relevant NNPC department in Abuja, Nigeria, is clear to the raw buyer that the owner of the petroleum product possesses a genuine product and serves as an indicator that, at least as at the time of the transaction (but only at that time), the seller disposes of goods for sale.
IMPORTANT: This should not be just any form of POP, however. It must be the one that is in a format that will allow satisfactory verification to be valid and authentic. Based on this author's research, to ensure the optimum probability that this goal can be achieved, basically there are two types of POPs that are acceptable and no one else, and only vendors who POP documents meet those "preferred" POP documents standards, should to have fun or to attend.
POP MORA RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS.
A). Must have Loaded Vessel documents that are CURRENT (ie it may not be longer than 2 days, otherwise the document will be returned immediately as this may mean that the ship is no longer available) and should include the following documents:
i. Committee's current powers of attorney (ATB). The Seller must provide, for customer inspection, ATB, which has been specifically issued to the initial customer (recipient) of crude oil on behalf of the name issued by the vessel. The name of the ATB must exactly match the name on the POP and other documents listed here. And here again, ATB must be current – that is, it must be no more than 2 days. (ATBs older than 2 days should be automatically viewed as a ship that is no longer available and because it is not acceptable).
ii. Quality certificate. Iii. Birth Certificate
iv. Cargo manifest
v. Ship report
vi. Amount Verification. Vii. Freight
viii. ATS (Sales Authorization) from NNPC
B) ENTERING VESSEL DATA.
Generally, the Buyer may require (and therefore the Seller must be ready and ready to release them), vessel data such as: name of vessel, vessel, IMO name, call sign and other details of the vessel. The reason for this is that the buyer can carry out the monitoring of the loaded vessel and determine its current availability. C) COMPLY AND DOCUMENTS FROM NNPC
Like in the case of POPs, reputable buyers of clothing relieves like Reliable Dealings International are asking for any AWR vendors before they start doing business with them and other things that they can often To demand from the seller include the following:
= raising the rent / license from NNPC, and
= Sales Authorization Letter (ATS) from NNPC. The Letter of Authorization for Sale, also called the Letter of Grant, which should otherwise come from the NNPC's Oil Marketing Department, is basically an official document showing the buyer that the seller actually has the authority of the official government agency for the raw product he is selling. (Usually it must be in paper format and on the header of the NNPC, it must contain the date of issue and the expiration date and be signed.
= If, for example, the seller claims the cargo is removed, he / she is normally able to secure the CPA
ALRIGHT, ALSO, WHAT IS THE DIAGNOSTING THAT THE PAPER DOCUMENTS ARE AUTHENTIC?
39, say that you have put together the right Proof of Product and other relevant documents as there is a key key thing that remains for you – how to ensure that these items are even good, that they are genuine, authentic, authentic, and genuinely safe to take the vendor's offer seriously?
This is sometimes the most critical issue for the customer because, as a rule, most fraudsters and artists working in the Nigerian crude oil industry are simply counterfeiters and copiers of all legitimate industrial d of the ointments used in the sale and purchase of refineries and government agencies, which are highly trained on board. Consequently, buyers are strictly cautious never, never accept directly in face value or be ever deceived, any document submitted by sellers or claims of them, though seemingly confusing or realistic! And all that is, it is a coating plant that a crude oil buyer and its assistants need to quickly develop and have, some are good, painless, tools or skills that can independently confirm the authenticity of at least the key, the most important parts of documents between the tones of documents sold by the sellers and their agents often present themselves in their production. And above all, they must have the skills and knowledge and business sophistication to find out which of those documents are original and legitimate and which could be plainly false.
Certainly, such verification and verification can often be problematic for the buyer. However, this is not a really difficult task, at least for educated and experienced eyes. You just need to know what to look for, find the right questions and how to check the check and check the facts and information. In any case, whenever you have a serious doubt about the credibility of the document, you should always follow the precautionary route – ask for additional evidence or even reject the offer, depending on the particular facts in the offer. WOULD YOU WANT TO FIND THAT YOU CAN BE CONFIRMED TO BE LICENSE OR A GENUINE NIGERIAN SALES SELLER'S SELLER OR DOCUMENT?
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Source by Benjamin Anosike, PhD