||From: National Petroleum <"NN.PC."@rapid.ocn.ne.jp>
Date: Mon, 13 May 2013 14:21:29 +0100
Subject: ATTN : From Dep.Director, Department of Petroleum
Excuse my intruding,
Please note that i am making this contact based on my regards for your
credibility and company profile i saw on-line. I work with the
Department of Petroleum Government of South Sudan (GOSS-DPR) in the
capacity of the Dep.Director, Projects Supervisory department. My
intent of contacting you is based on an offer on ground which involves
the re-assignment of a 5year Product Marketing License. I facilitated
the issuance of this license to a company that is no longer
operational because of the unavailability of the owner. The license is
therefore dormant and inactive.
I am hoping that you (your company) and I could get into a mutual
business relationship of which we shall get this license re-assigned
to your company and run the license through its duration.
This license has a sales capacity of 2 Million barrels of crude
oil/month.The GOSS-DPR hall pay us commission on every barrel of crude
oil sold by our license depending on the negotiations we are able to
secure with end buyers. This license will give us a sales mandate
status to the Department of Petroleum Government of South Sudan
(GOSS-DPR). Let me put it plainly, we shall be playing the role of
sales representative to the Department of Petroleum Government of
South Sudan (GOSS-DPR).
If we are to work together on this venture, i will ensure that your
company gets the license. We shall enter into a written agreement
which shall bind our partnership. We shall be working on a 50:50
sharing basis. That's the fairest I can do.
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