Originally Released on 8 March 2017
Sabine Pass Inventories
This week we observed a decreased average send-in level at 1.12 Bcf/d. This indicates that the terminal is currently running at the capacity below two Trains production.
Currently, one vessel is loading a cargo at the terminal, and eight vessels are expected to arrive 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 Methane Alison Victoria
- Shell’s Maran Gas Roxana
- Shell’s Maran Gas Ulysses
- Shell’s Gemmata
- Golar Seal
We observe an increase in the number of cargoes from Sabine Pass discharged at Manzanillo. Currently, three vessels expected to arrive: Stena Crystal Sky, ETA 9-March, Rioja Knutsen, ETA 19-March, and Cool Voyager, ETA 21-March. Also, Cheniere won a tender for three cargoes to be delivered to Manzanillo for CFE during March.
Engie’s Bw Gdf Suez Everett loaded at Atlantic LNG on 25-February and delivered a partial cargo to Ponce on 2-March. Now the vessel arrived at Everett to discharge the rest, ETA 8-March.
Shell’s Palu LNG loaded a cargo at Sabine Pass on 4-February and is now expected to discharge at Hazira, ETA 11-March.
Gas Natural’s Clean Planet loaded at Sabine Pass on 28-February and is currently signalling for the Suez canal. Her potential destinations are in the Middle East and India.
Cheniere’s Golar Penguin is currently making her laden voyage with her Sabine Pass cargo across the S.Atlantic. Her potential destinations are in the Middle East and India.
Due to the Los Ramones Phase II South issues, Mexico is still relying on LNG Supply. USA is increasingly providing the terminal since shipments from Peru were discontinued in October 2016.
Cheniere is delivering cargoes from Sabine Pass to Manzanillo via the canal, reducing the voyage duration by approx. 25 days.