BRILLIANT PETROLEUM COMPANY

The Various Facets Of Brilliant Petroleum Company

 

         Products:
  • Agriculture Supplies & Equipment
  • Crude Oil
  • D2
  • Diesel
  • Ethanol
  • Gasoline
  • Jet Fuel
  • JP54
  • JPA-1
  • Light Crude
  • Low Sulfer Crude Oil
  • Mazut
  • Natural Gas & Petroleum
  • Oils Petroleum Wholesale
  • Petroleum Equipment
  • Petroleum Products
  • Urea

 

        Services:
  • Commodity Brokers
  • Consulate & Foreign Government Representatives
  • Customs Brokers
  • Freight Brokers
  • Importers
  • Importing
  • Logistics
  • Oil Brokers
  • Petroleum Services
  • Petroleum Services & Equipment

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        Brands:
  • Arab Light (Saudi Arabia)
  • Basra Light (Iraq)
  • Bonny Light (Nigeria)
  • Brass River (Nigeria)
  • Escravos Blend (Nigeria)
  • Fateh (Dubai)
  • Forcados (Nigeria)
  • Minas (Indonesia)
  • Pennington Anfan (Nigeria)
  • Qua Ibo (Nigeria)
  • REBCO (Russia)
  • Saharan Blend (Algeria)
  • Tijuana Light (Venezuela)

 

Oil Petroleum Wholesale

Wholesale oil petroleum merchants might offer clients current market quotes on outright pricing. They might also offer spread levels between crude grades and forward markets. Most wholesale oil petroleum companies might use the New York Mercantile Exchange and the International Petroleum Exchange. Merchants tend to have a wide range of customers include major oil companies, independent refiners and producers, shipping companies, government agencies, trading houses, banks and investment funds. Most common transactions used by wholesale oil petroleum businesses might be cash and a variety of price-hedging programs. Most merchants should be able to provide up the minute information of the current oil markets, associated swaps and derivatives. Merchants may be virtually aware of the oil group that is involved in North American crude markets, Persian Gulf and Far East crude.

 

Importing In General

In general, the term “importing” refers to the commercial activity of buying and bringing in goods from a foreign country. In the United States, general importing will involve the U.S. Customs Service. The importer must declare the dutiable value of merchandise. The final appraisement is fixed by Customs. Several appraisement methods are used to arrive at this value. The transaction value serves as the primary basis of appraisement. Transaction value is the price actually paid or payable by the buyer to the seller for the goods imported. Other factors may also add to the dutiable value of merchandise, such as packing costs, selling commissions, royalty or licensing fees, etc.

 

Importers

People looking to work with importers often inquire as to the length of time an importer has been in business and the experience importers have with particular commodities that they are interested in. Some importers sell directly to the customer avoiding the additional expense associated with involving a retail partner as a middleman. Importers are aware of the regulations surrounding products being brought into the United State. Importers also complete paper work required by the regulatory agencies to comply with local, state and federal laws. Some commodities may require certifications be shipped with them when coming into the United States. Importers may check to see that the certifications are in order.

 

Oil Brokers

Brokers tend to have a wide range of customers include major oil companies, independent refiners and producers, shipping companies, government agencies, trading houses, banks and investment funds. Most common transactions used by oil brokers might be cash and a variety of price-hedging programs. Brokers may be virtually aware of the oil group that is involved in North American crude markets, Persian Gulf and Far East crude. These grades make up the main average which most of the world's oil production might be priced. Brokers might offer clients current market quotes on outright pricing. They might also offer spread levels between crude grades and forward markets.

 

Commodity Brokers

Commodity brokers are individuals and/or firms that deal in the analysis, trading and daily investments of bonds, stocks, t-bonds and other goods. The wonderful aspect of dealing in commodities is the vast number of options within the trading market. These days it's certainly plausible to access full service brokers, who deal in stocks and bonds simply by hopping on the Internet. In fact, it's prudent to do a little research before delving into the commodity broker's market. There are discount options and specific investments you should know about prior to investing your hard-earned money. Access helpful notes and tips from your PC and find out the best place to begin.

 

Logistics

Companies with logistical problems often turn to logistics experts and logistics specialists for assistance. Often companies find themselves with problems getting raw materials in and in shipping or transporting finished products out of their factories. In such instances, companies often turn to shipping logistics experts and transportation logistics experts. Companies that need their production operations streamlined often turn to plant logistics experts, production logistics experts or factory logistics experts who specialize in organizing and improving the production flow at factories and plants. Companies that have marketing logistical problems turn to marketing logistics experts. Some logistics specialists specialize in warehouse logistics while others specialize in inventory logistics.

 

Freight Brokers

Freight brokers and agents sell space on trucks, trains, airplanes and ships to companies that need things transported. Freight agents and freight brokers also specialize in connecting producers and manufacturers with the transport companies they need to take their products to market. Some freight brokers and agents specialize in finding space on trains, planes, trucks and ships for a certain kind of product, such as a broker or agent who specializes in finding transport for livestock. Some freight agents and brokers specialize in selling transport space on certain kind of vessel, such as a broker or agent who specializes in selling space on freight trains. Some freight agents and brokers specialize in selling freight space on vessels that are going to a certain place, such as a freight agent or broker who specializes in finding space and selling space on ships bound for India.

 

Customs Brokers

Customs brokers may be experts in dealing with regulations related to importing goods. A company may hire customs brokers if they frequently import goods and do not have the staff to deal with the customs regulations. Customs brokers may have to deal with customs regulation, tariff schedules, goods appraisals, monetary exchange rates and quarantine times. A customs broker may sometimes have to deal with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation on importing medicine, or Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations on importing hazardous substances. Customs brokers may help their client choose a carrier, type of transportation and shipping route.

 

Consulate & Foreign Government Representatives

A company that wishes to do business with or in a foreign country may need to contact that country's foreign government representatives. Foreign governments will generally have consulates in major countries that will house representatives that specialize in dealing with companies that want to do business in their country. Large or important foreign governments may have a number of consulates located in major cities around the world. Smaller countries may have only a few consulates or may hire citizens of that country to act as their representatives and maintain a consulate office. Companies may need to visit a foreign government's consulate in person to talk to their representatives or they may be able to contact them by phone or mail.

 

Petroleum Consultants

Petroleum consultants are often hired by businesses that rely on petroleum resources, such as oil companies, in order to help them successfully evaluate, develop and utilize those petroleum resources. Petroleum consultants will usually be able to evaluate the viability and expected reserve capacity of petroleum reservoirs so that businesses can decide on whether a particular resource is worth exploiting. Petroleum consulting firms will usually employ physical science experts such as geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers, and modelers to provide expertise on petroleum resources. Petroleum consultants may also be used to help identify and develop new petroleum reservoirs around the world.