Originally Released on 16 March 2017
At Sabine Pass, this week we observed an increased average send-in level from 1.12 to 1.98 Bcf/d, indicating ramp up of Train 3.
Exemplar, operating as a FSRU at Bahia Blanca, has left the terminal on 7-March due to jetty maintenance:
KEPKO’s LNG Fukurokuju was initially expected at Rayong MTP on 15-March, but the vessel diverted on 10-March and is now headed toward Himeji, ETA 17-March:
BP’s British Trader is now discharging her Atlantic LNG-sourced cargo at Hadera.
Trafigura’s Golar Snow loaded a partial cargo at Ras Laffan on 14-March, and is now making her laden voyage toward Escobar, ETA 10-April.
Shell’s Gaslog Sydney loaded at Bioko on 13-March and is currently delivering her tender cargo to PTT at Rayong MTP, ETA 4-April.
Qatargas’ Rasheeda has updated her AIS to Red Sea. According to Kpler analysts, this is a potential cargo for South Hook, ETA 2-April.
Statoil’s Arctic Voyager loaded at Snohvit on 7-March and is now expected to deliver to Revithoussa, 19-March.
Cheniere’s Cool Voyager, is currently delivering her tender cargo to CFE at Manzanillo, ETA 21-March.
Cheniere’s Stena Clear Sky loaded at Sabine Pass on 24-February and is now making her laden voyage toward Kawagoe, ETA 25-March.
Peru LNG Exports
Since shipments from Peru to Mexico were discontinued in October 2016, the cargoes were sent to Asia and Europe:
Imports to Turkey