Oil Industry Management Bureau

Note: These are the products that are normally being imported by the oil companies. There might be other products that can be imported that fall under other tariff codes.

Oil Industry Competition and Monitoring Division (OICMD)

Petroleum Oil and Products; Ethanol for Biofuels Program

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Crude petroleum oils

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Condensates

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Bitumen/Asphalts

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Gasoline

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Avgas

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Naphtha, reformate or preparations for preparing spirits (this includes gasoline blending components*** such as LCCG, CCG, Alkylate, RBOB, BOB etc).

*** Gasoline blending components are semi-finished petroleum products being used/imported by oil companies for blending with other gasoline components Thus, it is treated as a raw material. updated: as of feb 2015

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Kerosene and Jet A-1

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Fuel Oils/Bunker Fuel Oil

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Diesel/Gasoil

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Propane; Butane and LPG Mix

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Ethyl alcohol that will be used for the Biofuels Ethanol Program

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OICMD Division Chief; OSMES Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Supply Monitoring & EvaluationSection,
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2187

Oil Industry Standards and Monitoring Division (OISMD)

Base Oils

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OISMD Division Chief; OISMD Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Industry Standards and Monitoring Division (DOE-OIMB-OISMD)
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2155

Greases

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OISMD Division Chief; OISMD Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Industry Standards and Monitoring Division (DOE-OIMB-OISMD)
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2155

Lubricants

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OISMD Division Chief; OISMD Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Industry Standards and Monitoring Division (DOE-OIMB-OISMD)
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2155

Specialty products

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OISMD Division Chief; OISMD Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Industry Standards and Monitoring Division (DOE-OIMB-OISMD)
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2155

Waste Oils

  • Legal Basis
  • Import Permit / Clearance / Certification
  • Importation
  • Contact

Legal Basis is given to the Oil Industry Management Bureau to regulate this commodity via RA 8479: Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998, DC # 98-03-004 IRR of RA 8479, RA 9367 Biofuels Act, and DC2006-08-001.

BOC to require from the registered player the original copy of the Acknowledgement letter/Certificate of Compliance from the DOE-OIMB covering the importation filed per Section 6 of the IRR of RA 8479. See sample here.

Documentary Requirements Procedure Lead Time Processing Fee

Registered players are required to submit prior notice for every importation:

1. Written notice addressed to the OIMB prior to actual loading of every importation inluding details and/or accompanying documents related to the importation:

  1. a.) type and quantity of cargo;
  2. b.) Estimated date of loading and arrival;
  3. c.) Supplier of Cargo;
  4. d.) Estimated FOB price, freight and insurance cost;
  5. e.) Vessel particulars;
  6. f.) Ports of loading and discharge
  7. Please see Annex A

2. Documents to be attached to the written notice

  1. a.) Proforma Invoice
  2. b.) Guaranteed specification of the product
  3. c.) product brochures for lubricants, greases and specialty products

Note: For nomenclature purposes, registered players are those entities/persons that had already fully complied with the notice requirements prior to engagement in oil downstream activities, which include importation, pursuant to Sec. 5, Rule II of the IRR of RA 8479

  1. 1. submission of written notice
  2. 2. Evaluation of notice/ preparation of acknowledgment letter
  3. 3. Review/ endorsement for approval of acknowledgment letter
  4. 4. Approval of Acknowledgment Letter
  5. 5. Recording/ transmittal of acknowledgment letter
  6. See DOE service guide manual page 53

Notice prior to importation should be submitted not later than one (1) working day prior to loading of every importation as enumerated in Section 6, Rule II. However, processing time for the acknowledgment of the said notification would take a minimum of three (3) working days as enumerated in the service guide manual of the DOE.

Acknowledgement Letter/Certificate of Compliance for notice prior to import in pursuant to RA 8479: PhP350.00 per notice.

Contact Positon Contact Details
OIMB Director; OIMB Asst. Director; OISMD Division Chief; OISMD Staff DOE-OIMB-Oil Industry Standards and Monitoring Division (DOE-OIMB-OISMD)
3F PNOC Building 5, Energy Center, Rizal Drive, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Tel. No. 840-2155