HOUSTON, June 4 (Reuters) - Argentina’s oil company Pluspetrol and its partners in Peru launched a tender to sell three 300,000-barrel cargoes of natural gasoline for delivery July 5-29 at Pisco port, according to a document seen by Reuters on Wednesday.
Last week, Pluspetrol and partners in block 8 in Peru offered a 400,000-barrel cargo combining Peruvian Loreto and Mayna crudes for delivery in July.
The company will receive bids until Tuesday. Bids must be indexed to naphtha prices from Northwest Europe or Japan. Prices related to natural gasoline from Mont Belvieu will also be accepted.
Sellers of these cargoes will include Pluspetrol’s partners in blocks 56 and 88: U.S. firm Hunt Oil, Korea’s SK Innovation , Argentina’s Tecpetrol, Spain’s Repsol and Algeria’s Sonatrach. (Reporting by Marianna Parraga; editing by Eileen O‘Grady)