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Hass Petroleum (K) wins KOT SOT/MBK TENDERS OPENED AT MOEP on 28th January 2014

Hass Petroleum (K) has won the tender to supply the industry in the month of February 2015 through the Open Tender System (OTS).

Below is a recap of cargo details of the tender;

  • The first shipments shall be delivered via Shimanzi Oil Terminal (SOT) and Mbaraki wharf in Mombasa on 15 – 18th February 2015, Quantity 40,000MT of GASOIL (AGO)
  • The second shipment shall be delivered via Kipevu oil Terminal (KOT) on 13 -15 March 2015, quantity 60,000MT of Motor Gasoline (MSP) or Petrol

 

PARCELS/CARGO

QUANTITY IN MT

DATE RANGE

PRICING MONTH

DISCHARGE POINT

Winning Premium & Freight, $/MT

AGO       S03/2015

37,508+/-5%

15-18/02/2015

February

MBK & SOT

+39.83

MSP       K06/2015

58,500+/-5%

13-15/03/2015

February 

KOT

+18.96

 

This win is yet another major milestone by Hass Petroleum Group as it continues to position itself as the leading indigenous oil marketing company in the region.

Hass Petroleum (K) Ltd Wins Contract For November Fuel Supply Deliveries

Hass Petroleum (K) has been awarded the Kenya petroleum industry tender for delivery during the month of November through the Open Tender System (OTS).

The deliveries of Automated Gas Oil (AGO) (diesel) and Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) (premium) will meet the monthly requirements for both domestic and transit markets.

The first shipment arrived on 16th November 2014 on board MT “UACC MIRDIF” and is currently discharging approximately 45 litres of AGO. The 2nd shipment is expected to arrive aboard “GERAKAS/SUBS” at the end of November and shall deliver another 25 million litres of AGO and 17 million litres of PMS

Issa Sheikh, Chief Executive Officer, Hass Petroleum delighted with the award said, “This is yet another demonstration of Hass Petroleum’s competitiveness in the industry and has reiterated on the Groups’ commitment to providing the region with high quality petroleum products through innovation, integrity, and reliable service delivery.”

With this OTS win Hass Petroleum has firmly established itself as a key player in the petroleum industry, well positioned to supply the region with its petroleum needs.

The Group continues with its’ expansion program in the region and is currently constructing a 6 million litres fuel depot in Uganda to further enhance fuel distribution efficiency.

RVR_signingHass Petroleum wins Sh 13bn fuel contract from RVR

  • Over 100 million litres of diesel to be supplied in Kenya and Uganda over 3 years
  • 65pc increase in RVR’s annual fuel consumption following addition of 25 locomotives

Hass Petroleum Limited,  a major regional oil marketer and distributer has won a ksh13 billion tender to supply diesel to rail operator Rif Valley Railways over the next three years.

Under the agreement Hass Petroleum will provide RVR with an estimated 130 million litres of automotive gas oil (diesel) over a period of three years (the equivalent of over 4,300 fuel tank loads) to RVR’s key operational centers in Kenya and Uganda.  

Hass Petroleum was awarded the contract after edging out five other large regional oil marketers and distributors.
 
Speaking at the contract signing ceremony at RVR’s offices, RVR’s chief executive officer Carlos Andrade said: “The 20 American-built locomotives we are acquiring over the next five months in addition to the five we’re refurbishing locally will double our cargo haulage capacity and increase our diesel consumption needs by 65 per cent this year alone.”

He said diesel consumption is expected to rise each year of the contract period with further increases in the locomotive fleet.

Mr. Abdirizak Ahmed, Kenya Country Manager of Hass Petroleum said: “We are happy indeed to have won this contract emerging with the best bid amongst our peers. This is yet another major milestone by Hass Petroleum Group and not only does it articulate the strength and market position of Hass Petroleum but is also shows the confidence  Rift Valley Railways has in working with Hass Petroleum. We are confident that we shall continue to dominate our industry’s landscape with a greater footprint than we have had before.”
 
A service level agreement requires Hass Petroleum to manage fuel facilities and ensure minimum stock levels in RVR’s operational hubs of Changamwe, Eldoret and Nairobi, and Kampala and Tororo in Uganda.

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