India's BPCL restores Mumbai exports after September maintenance shutdown

India's Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) has sold a third naphtha cargo from Mumbai refinery, bringing total export volumes from the plant to 105,000 tons upon completion of maintenance at a crude unit, as per Reuters. BPCL sold 35,000 tons of naphtha for Oct. 22-24 loading from Mumbai to Itochu at premiums of about US$33-34/ton to Middle East quotes on a free-on-board (FOB) basis. The state-owned plant sold just 70,000 tons of naphtha this month due to maintenance at a 90,000 bpd crude distillation unit (CDU), which ended around Sept. 20. BPCL sold 11,000 tons of naphtha for Oct. 10-14 loading from Haldia port to Trafigura at a discount of about US$10.50/ton.
  More News  Post Your Comment

Previous News

Next News

{{comment.Name}} made a post.




There are no comments to display. Be the first one to comment!


Name Required.


Email Id Required.

Email Id Not Valid.


Mobile Required.

Email ID and Mobile Number are kept private and will not be shown publicly.

Message Required.

Click to Change image  Refresh Captcha