ex-ship

ex-ship

a common form of sale of goods in commerce whereby the price includes the cost of shipping, insurance and freight. The price is payable when the goods go over the rail of the ship. See CIF, F.O.B., F.A.S.
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3 million tonnes of LNG per year on an Ex-Ship basis, it said in a statement.
3mn tonnes per annum of LNG to CELSE, on an ex-ship basis.
3 million tonnes per annum of LNG to CELSE, on an Ex-Ship basis.
The PSO would be the LNG buyer delivered ex-ship (DES) at 13.
Last 9 cargoes were procured by PSO on Delivery Ex-Ship and LNG is safely off loaded into FSRU through Ship to Ship transfer operations.
6m tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG delivered ex-ship beginning in 2019 from the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project that is currently under construction near Corpus Christi, Texas.
During her career, she has been president of Nusantara Gas Company Services, residing in Osaka to handle the Indonesian ex-ship LNG deliveries to Japan and Taiwan.
The contract calls for the supply of 3m t/y on delivered ex-ship terms for a period of 20 years.
Merrill Lynch Commodities (Europe) signed a multi-year agreement with Dubai Supply Authority to supply LNG cargoes ex-ship to a floating storage and regasification unit in Dubai.
NITC) vessels to supply oil on a delivered ex-ship basis (DES), which sets settlement prices at the point when the oil leaves the tanker in the Chinese port and requests the seller to provide third-party insurance to cover indemnities for oil leaks and personal injuries.
Argus, an energy and commodities price-reporting organisation, has introduced the LNG industry's first southeast Asian delivered ex-ship (des) price indications, called the ASEA index, in the Argus LNG Daily report.