HOUSTON, March 6 (Reuters) - Argentina's oil firm Pluspetrol is offering to sell two 300,000 barrel cargoes of naphtha for delivery on April 1 to 30 at Pisco port in Peru, according to a tender document seen by Reuters on Thursday.
Pluspetrol and its partners in the blocks 88 and 56 in the Peruvian Camisea field tender to sell most of its production on the open market.
Last month, the company sold three previous cargoes of naphtha to be delivered between February and April and it also sold two cargoes of Peruvian Loreto and Mayna crudes.
Bidders can submit offers for this tender until March 12, the invitation says.
Partners from blocks 88 and 56 in Peru also include U.S. firm Hunt Oil, Korean SK Innovation, Argentina's Tecpetrol, Spain's Repsol and Algeria's Sonatrach. (Reporting by Marianna Parraga; editing by Anna Driver)