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Table 3 Cargo data

From: Shipping Optimisation Systems (SOS): tramp optimisation perspective

Data item Shipping event Load port Load Laycan Discharge port Discharge Laycan Weight in mt Freight In US$/mt***
Cargo**
Crude Oil 1 Offered Shuaiba 1-10/10 Baltimore 1-10/11 40,000 50
Crude Oil 2 Offered Shuaiba 20-27/10 Baltimore 20-27/11 60,000 60
Crude Oil 3 Offered Odessa 5-15/10 Shanghai 5-15/11 35,000 40
Crude Oil 4 Offered Odessa 3-16/11 Shanghai 3-16/12 40,000 50
Crude Oil 5 Offered Maracaibo 5-15/12 Riga 20-30/12 30,000 30
Crude Oil 6 Offered Maracaibo 20-30/11 Riga 10-25/12 45,000 35
Crude Oil 7 Offered Maracaibo 1-10/12 Riga 20-30/12 40,000 40
Crude Oil 8 Unconfirmed Shuaiba 1-31/10 Baltimore 1-30/11 uc* uc
Crude Oil 9 Unconfirmed Odessa 1-30/11 Shanghai 1-31/12 uc uc
Crude Oil 10 Unconfirmed Maracaibo 1-30/11 Riga 1-30/11 uc uc
  1. * uc = unconfirmed quantity or freight
  2. ** All cargoes require heating, at ship owner’s account. Crude Oil 1, 2, and 8 are transported directly (10,147 miles with 1.5 days waiting) or via Suez Canal (8602 miles with 2 days waiting), Crude Oil 3, 4, and 9 are transported directly (14,169 miles with 1 day waiting) or via Suez Canal (8264 miles with 1 day waiting), and Crude Oil 5, 6, 7, and 10 are transported only directly (5274 miles with 0.5 day waiting). Distance between ballast transport links may be found in any distance table (waiting days are assumed zero for these links).
  3. *** Freight is free in and out (FIO) base, load or discharge laydays are restricted to 35,000 mt per day, reversible laydays are subject to demurrage rate of US$ 8000 per day, and dispatch rate of US$4000 per day