Pakistan is seeking bids to import six liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes for delivery between Jan. 8 to Feb. 1, the country’s natural gas buyer said in an advertisement in the newspaper Dawn.
According to Report, Pakistan LNG recently awarded a tender to import six LNG cargoes in December. Vitol placed the best bids for four of them, while Trafigura and Socar were the front runners for one load each.
The last date for submitting bids for the cargoes, each of 140,000 cubic meters, is Dec. 10.
Note that SOCAR was one of the winners of the tender held in Pakistan some time ago. The lowest proposals for the two other cargoes were won by Trafigura and Socar, which offered Brent crude slope rates of 16.9870% and 16.8403%, respectively.