Kpler U.S. Gas Weekly (Released on 16 November 2016)

Sabine Pass Inventories

We observed a high and stable send-in level at the average level of 1,497 Bcf/d.

Sabine Pass: Lineup 

There are five vessels expected to arrive at the terminal in the next few weeks:

Eligible Vessels for Sabine Pass 

There are several ballast vessels heading toward the Americas with no clear destination:

Main HighlightsStatoil’s Arctic Discoverer is delivering her Atlantic LNG-souced cargo at Cove Point, ETA 17-November. This is the first delivery to Cove Point in 2016.

Also, Statoil’s Arctic Voyager loaded at Snohvit on 12-November, and is now signalling for Cove Point, ETA 24-November.

Mitsui & Co. delivered the first cargo at Cartagena (COL) on board BP’s British Innovator. The site is fully operational now, and it expects to receive from one to twelve cargoes in 2017.

Please Note: We changed names of installations for the convenience. Cartagena (COL) for the terminal located in Columbia, and Cartagena (ESP) for the terminal located in Spain. 

Cheniere’s Clean Ocean loaded at Sabine Pass on 1-November, and is now discharging her cargo at Manzanillo. One more cargo from Sabine Pass is expected at the terminal on board Shell’s Maran Gas Alexandria, ETA 22-November.

Shell’s Methane Alison Victoria loaded at Sabine Pass on 3-November, and is currently signalling for the Suez Canal, ETA 19-November. Her potential destinations are in the Middle East and India.

There are three vessels loaded at Sabine Pass and expected to cross the Panama Canal this week: Cheniere’ s Creole Spirit, ETA 17-November, Shell’s Galea, ETA 19-November, and Shell’s Methane Julia Louise, ETA 22-November. Their destinations are not yet clear.

Panama Canal Transit 

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