Russia's Surgutneftegaz offers up to 3.1 MMt of diesel from Primorsk

MOSCOW (Reuters) — Russia’s Surgutneftegaz is offering up to 3.1 MMt of ultra-low sulfur diesel at a tender for delivery in January-June 2018 from the Baltic Sea port of Primorsk, industry sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

The company is offering between 350,000 t and 540,000 t of 10 ppm diesel per month produced at its Kirishi refinery. The tender closes on Nov. 8.

Previously, Surgutneftegaz has sold Vitol up to 2.5 MMt of ultra-low sulfur diesel via a tender for loadings in July-December from Primorsk.

Reporting by Natalia Chumakova; editing by Vladimir Soldatkin

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