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Report: Petroecuador grants Shell unit 20.2 million-barrel oil supply contract

Empresa Publica de Hidrocarburos del Ecuador, or Petroecuador, granted Royal Dutch Shell PLC subsidiary Shell Western Supply & Trading Ltd. a contract to lift 20.2 million barrels of Oriente-grade crude between 2020 and 2023, in a deal that could bring in $950 million for the state-run oil company, Reuters reported Dec. 6.

According to Reuters, the Shell subsidiary outbid Trafigura Group Pte. Ltd. and Mitsubishi Corp. by offering to pay a premium of 71 cents per barrel above the West Texas Intermediate reference price.