Kpler LNG (Al Hamla’s expected arrival to Swinoujscie on 22 April)

Originally Released on 6 April 2017

Market Highlights

At Gorgon, Train 2 is still halted due to maintenance with no clear date of restart. Currently, Beidou Star is loading at the terminal, and there are two vessels expected to arrive: Prachi, ETA 7-April and Seishu Maru, ETA 15-April.

Petronas’s Seri Camellia loaded at PFLNG 1 on 25-March and is signaling for Melaka. The vessel is now floating off of Bintulu.

Diverted Cheniere’s Creole Spirit discharged first out of two tender cargoes for CFE at Altamira.

Qatargas’ Dukhan is delivering a tender cargo to OLT Toscana, ETA 6-April. This is the first tender cargo of the season.

At South Hook, the line-up for the terminal has been updated. Umm Slal previously indicated Milford Haven per AIS. Due to vessel restrictions at Dragon, we have added an analyst tag for South Hook, ETA 22-April. We expect an additional Q-Max at South Hook 11-May, but the name of the vessel has not been confirmed yet.

Please note that the current line-up is subject to change and we expect vessel swaps may occur:

Interesting Moves 

 Gas Natural’s Rioja Knutsen loaded at Sabine Pass on 26-March and was initially signalling for Sines, ETA 9-April. On 30-March the vessel diverted and is now headed towards Manzanillo, ETA 9-April. Currently, Cheikh El Mokrani is delivering a cargo instead, ETA 8-April.

Shell’s Maran Gas Lindos loaded a cargo at Atlantic LNG on 1-April and is now headed toward Canaport, ETA 7-April.

Shell’s Methane Lydon Volney loaded a tender cargo at Das Island and is now making her laden voyage toward Aqaba, ETA 10-April.

Two tender cargoes have been loaded at Soyo on board Sonangol Benguela on 29-March and Soyo on 5-April. Sonangol Benguela is currently headed toward the Indian Ocean with no clear destination.

According to Kpler analysts, Al Hamla is expected to arrive at Swinoujscie with her Ras Laffan cargo, ETA 22-April.

Petronas’ Trinity Arrow loaded at Bonny on 13-March and indicated MAAGP via AIS, ETA 19-April. The vessel took an unusual route across the Indian Ocean and is now travelling at 12.5 knots:

Sabine Pass Montly Exports by Destination

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