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Tanzania seeks over 250 000 tonnes of oils

Jan 30 2013 12:28 Reuters
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Singapore - Tanzania is seeking more than 250 000 tonnes of oil products for March, nearly 4% less than it bought for February, industry sources said on Wednesday.

The Petroleum Importation Coordinator, which represents oil marketing companies in Tanzania, is seeking 180 000 tonnes of gasoil, about 30 000 tonnes of jet fuel and kerosene and 64 000 tonnes of gasoline through its monthly import tender, one of the sources said.  

The two gasoil cargoes, 90 000 tonnes each, are for delivery over March 5 to 7 and March 20 to 22, while the jet fuel and kerosene cargo is for March 15 to 17 delivery, the source added.

The two gasoline cargoes, about 32 000 tonnes each, are for delivery over March 10 to 13 and March 20 to 22, the source said.  

The tender closes on Jan. 31. 
  

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