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16-09-2015 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Working for major bunker traders like - HL, OWB, Chemoil -

Junior Trader (up to 3 years exp) : 4-6k base pmth
Senior Trader : 6 - 10k base pmth

Average Bonus on good year (2006, 07, 10) : $50-150k
Average Bonus on a not so good year (2008, 2009) : $20-$100k

Hope that helps.

For those in banks, use a factor of 1.5 to 2 times for the above

yaj
So how do you start off if you are totally new to this?
14-05-2015 11:01 PM
Unregistered
Learn bunker trading

write to [email protected] for more info about bunkertrading
14-05-2015 10:59 PM
Unregistered
Learn more about bunker trading

Write to me if you wanna learn more about bunker trading [email protected]
22-01-2015 05:03 PM
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just keep sending CVs and cross your fingers. that helped for me.

its a sunset industry. we are looking to get out and i dont know why theres still people trying to get in. there are better jobs out there that commands better pay. the norm now is at least a Degree in any major, gift of the gap, LOOK PRESENTABLE and street smart.

it may look glamorous, but take into account you have to standby ur work handphone in case of disputes. (even on holidays). be damn good at drinking and sociable. there are nights where u need to drink 3rd 4th rounds in a night.

do consider other jobs, its a sunset and sinking industry.
we "trade" via Yahoo Messengers. the main bulk of work comes during 1630 local time, this is where the market is "active". prices get passed to buyers. buyers will "counter" a lower price to the trader/broker, in turn, will relay the price back to the supply house(supplier)

so ding and dong, price settled. operations take over to ensure on time delivery of cargo. being said, that is the norm. there will be ****-hit-the-fan moments. you will learn it along the way .
22-01-2015 04:53 PM
Unregistered just keep sending CVs and cross your fingers. that helped for me.

its a sunset industry. we are looking to get out and i dont know why theres still people trying to get in. there are better jobs out there that commands better pay. the norm now is at least a Degree in any major, gift of the gap, LOOK PRESENTABLE and street smart.

it may look glamorous, but take into account you have to standby ur work handphone in case of disputes. (even on holidays). be damn good at drinking and sociable. there are nights where u need to drink 3rd 4th rounds in a night.

do consider other jobs, its a sunset and sinking industry.
21-01-2015 10:21 PM
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Hello.
Are you able to provide any tips on breaking into the oil trading industry? I have neither the contacts nor prior trading experience.

Thank you.
It's very difficult to get into this industry because people dun leave...most get in thru connections and when people leave a company in a industry, they go over to competitor so forever its very difficult to see vacancies...how many fresh grads enter oil trading compared to say banking or marketing?
21-01-2015 04:55 PM
Unregistered
Seeking Genuine Advice

Hello.
Are you able to provide any tips on breaking into the oil trading industry? I have neither the contacts nor prior trading experience.

Thank you.
19-01-2015 01:10 PM
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Originally Posted by wyf View Post
Hey guys I have been looking for oil bunker job position for a long time . I have a few questions here . Hope I can get a ans here and know wat shld I do next .

I have been sending my resume to afew companies for bunker position . But none of them reply Issit true tat u need connection to be in their industry . My qualifications wasn't high Issit true tat qualifications is a must . I heard tat they don really mind abt qualifications , but seems tat its not easy to get this job . I have been trying very hard in order get this job, any sokution or tell me wat I shld do to in order to get this job . Thanks
Would help if for a start you wrote things in English and not like a school boy text message.
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