Kpler LNG Interesting Moves (Released on 1 December 2016)

Weekly Highlights 

Engie’s FSRU Neptune reloaded a full cargo at Montoir on 30-November for her new position as the Botas FSRU. She is expected to arrive there on 10-December.

Gorgon Train 1 is currently shut down for unplanned maintenance for approximately four weeks. Also, ExxonMobil’s Gaslog Savannah is still ballasting off of the terminal waiting to load a tender cargo.

The Soyo plant is undergoing unplanned maintenance, with no clear restart date. Lobito is ballasting outside the terminal waiting to load the next cargo.

APLNG Train 1 is now under maintenance until 8-December 2016, with 50% outage expected.

Reloads of the Week

Trafigura’s Golar Seal is now discharging her Kochi re-exported cargo at Incheon.

PetroChina’s Wilpride loaded a tender partial cargo at Sabine Pass on 17-November, and is currently headed toward Toscana, ETA 6-December. The vessel is expected then by Kpler analysts to reload at Gate on 14-December, with delivery into South Korea.

Total’s Arwa Spirit reloaded a cargo at Fos Cavaou on 21-November, and is headed toward Senboku, ETA 18-December.

Centrica’s Stena Crystal Sky is about to deliver her re-exported cargo to Incheon, ETA 2-December. The vessel was earlier expected at Pyeong Taek with ETA 1-December.

Express reloaded a cargo at Zeebrugge on 29-November, and is now headed toward the N. Atlantic with no clear destination.

Kpler analysts still expect one reload operation at Grain by Centrica in the next few weeks, with  Golar Bear as a potential vessel. She is currently anchored off of Falmouth, UK.

Interesting Moves 

Shell’s Methane Julia Louise is expected to deliver her Sabine Pass cargo to Ningbo, ETA 14-December. This is the second delivery from Sabine Pass to China.

Engie’s Pskov discharged her Ras Laffan cargo at Ain Sokhna on 27-November, and is now headed toward Snohvit, ETA 27-November.

Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Boston loaded at Atlantic LNG on 5-November, and was floating in the N.Atlantic for more than a week. Now, the vessel is headed toward the Everett terminal, ETA 1-December.

Shell’s Gaslog Greece lifted a cargo at Idku on 12-November, and is now signalling for Melaka, ETA 12-December.
Trafigura’s Golar Penguin loaded a FOB cargo from Engie on 13-November, and has just passed through Singapore Strait with no clear destination.

Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Paris loaded a cargo at Idku on 25-November, and is delivering it to Aliaga, ETA 30-November.

Shell’s Methane Princess lifted a cargo at Sabine Pass on 26-November, and is now headed toward Europe with no clear destination. Her potential destinations are in Europe, Middle East and India.

Shell’s newbuild Gaslog Gibraltar loaded at QCLNG, and is now discharging her maiden cargo at Dalian.

Sabine Pass Exports

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