Originally Released on 17 February 2017
Trafigura is experiencing an active week with four of its vessels performing STS at Aruba Anchorage. As expected, BW Pine (ex-Targa) arrived at Aruba Anchorage and is now doing a STS with BW Tucana which arrived at Aruba Anchorage after several STS operations at Lomé Anchorage earlier. BW Prince which was expected in Houston reloaded in Aruba and is now performing a STS with Navigator Galaxy.
The ballast VLGC’s waiting in front of the Houston Channel because of the fog have finally re-started their voyages to Houston after improvement in weather conditions. The daily export from the Houston is thus expected to raise again in the upcoming days.
Originally signaling for China, Petredec’s VLGC Clermont is now waiting in front of Chorrillo Port to discharge its 46 Kt propane cargo, ex-Enterprise. Ecuador is experiencing a lot of flows these days with VLGC’s discharging their cargo there.
Navigator Luga has started her first voyage signalling for Suez Canal, ETA 21-Feb. This vessel is under Sibur until 2022. Signalling for Suez with ETA 21-Feb, the market expects her in to load in Ust-Luga.