State-owned Pakistan LNG informed that two Swiss trading houses, Gunvor and DTX Commodities have placed in the lowest bids for the six spot cargoes for delivery in May and June.
According to the bids evaluation report issued by Pakistan LNG, DTX Commodities was the lowest bidder for cargoes for delivery in May 1-2, May 27-28 and June 29-30 slots.
Gunvor was the lowest bidder for cargoes to be delivered in May 11-12, 16-17 and June 14-15 slots.
DTX Commodities placed the lowest bid with the price at 9.2783 percent of Brent crude oil prices.
Cargoes are to be supplied on a delivered ex-ship basis to BW’s FSRU BW Integrity with a storage capacity in excess of 170,000 cubic meters and a peak regasification capacity of 750 million standard cubic feet per day.
Cargo volumes are requested to be at 140,000 cubic meters of chilled fuel, the tender document shows.
LNG World News Staff