Malaysia-listed investment holding company Techfast Holdings Bhd subsidiary Fast Energy Sdn Bhd on Wednesday (2 June) entered into a Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) with bunkering firms Fultonn Marine and Wise Marine Pte Ltd (Wise Marine) for the purchase of suitable product tankers for carrying out oil and gas trading activities.
Amongst other items, under the JVA are:
RM 1.46 billion (USD 350 million) bunker supply contract with Wise Marine
Further, Fast Energy on 2 June entered into a three-year supply agreement with Wise Marine where Fast Energy will supply low sulphur fuel oil (LSFO), low sulphur marine gasoil (LSMGO), and high sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) to Wise Marine.
Fast Energy has agreed to supply not more than 20,000 metric tonnes each month of the Products to Wise Marine on the average price per metric tonne as reported by S&P Global Platts in Singapore (Mean of Platts Singapore), plus an agreed premium throughout the contract period effective for the relevant shipment of the Products on the weighted moving average for each month (inclusive of the first and last day of the month).
The total contract value for the supply is estimated at Ringgit Malaysia One Billion Four Hundred Sixty Million Five Hundred NinetyTwo Thousand only (RM1,460,592,000.00) based on the present market prices reported on Mean of Platts Singapore.
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Published: 3 June, 2021
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