Originally Released on 22 February 2017
Sabine Pass Inventories
This week we observed stable average send-in level at 2.164 Bcf/d.
There are ten 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:
- Shell’s Gaslog Geneva
- Shell’s Maran Gas Posidonia
- Shell’s Methane Nile Eagle
- Shell’s Methane Alison Victoria
- Golar Seal
Golar Kelvin loaded a partial cargo at Atlantic LNG on 19-February, and is expected by Kpler analysts to discharge at the Port Esquivel. The ship-to-ship operation with Golar Arctic will take place on 23-February.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Boston is currently making her laden voyage toward Everett, ETA 26-February.
Cheniere’s Oak Spirit is now making her laden voyage from Sabine Pass toward Aliaga, ETA 28-February.
Gas Natural’s Rioja Knutsen is delivering her Sabine Pass cargo to Manzanillo, ETA 24-February.
Shell’s Palu LNG loaded at Sabine Pass on 4-February and is currently headed toward the Indian Ocean. Her potenital destinations are in the Middle East and India.
Shell’s Maran Gas Amphipolis headed toward Far East with her Sabine Pass cargo, ETA 24-March.