- Progress loaded via STS with BW Carina on 27-Jul. at Nipah Anch. BW Carina has been fixed by Sunoco for loading in Marcus Hook, ETA 28-Aug.
- Berge Nantong loaded via STS operations at Nipah Anch. on 7-Jul, and 16-Jul.
- Promise loaded via STS at Nipah Anch. on 11-Jul.
- Ming Long loaded also loaded via STS at Nipah Anch. on 15-Jul.
- Sun Aries loaded a Bonny-sourced cargo via STS with Monsoon at Nipah Anch. on 3-Aug.
- Venus Glory loaded a propane cargo in Umm Said on 28-Jul, and has been floating around Singapore since 9-Aug.
- Far East
- Constellation loaded in Enterprise on 24-May and has been sitting outside of Ningbo since 9-Jul.
- Lubara loaded in Bethioua on 27-Jun and was last seen floating just south of Taiwan. Her last AIS position was received on 8-Aug.
- Gas Star loaded in Enterprise on 15-Jun, and finished discharging in Ulsan on 7-Aug. She has since been sitting off the southern coast of Japan.
- Floating Storage Now Moving
- Gas Diana loaded partial cargoes in Sitra and Al Ruwais on 17-Jul, and sat in Singapore from 28-Jul to 8-Aug before currently heading north through the S. China Sea. Her last AIS before stopping in Singapore was signaling for Japan.
Vessels Waiting for Order
- Singapore Strait
- Malacca Strait
- Galle Anchorage
- Hellas Hercules has been drifting just south of Madagascar awaiting further orders since 22-Jul. She had previously signaled a load at Escravos, ETA 31-Jul.
- Jenny N has been sitting outside Houston since 23-Jul.
Ust-Luga Exports by Installation Destination
Monthly Flows: July saw Ust-Luga’s second highest month in terms of exports this year at 141 kt, right after March which was at 149 kt.
Yearly Flows: To date, exports from the terminal are lower than they were at the same time last year: 925 kt in 2015 vs. 896 kt in 2016.
Yearly Flows by Installation: This year, the top 3 destinations so far for Ust-Luga cargoes have been Stenungsund (224 kt), Rafnes (130 kt), and Le Havre (97 kt).
Panama Canal vs. Cape of Good Hope
Vessels from Houston to Far East
Cape of Good Hope: 10 vessels loaded in the USGC, and are headed Far East via the Cape.
Panama Canal: 640 kt have passed through from the U.S. to Far East, while 77 kt are currently headed toward the canal.
Cape of Good Hope: Since the expansion, 427 kt of LPG have headed Far East and have gone around the Cape.