Originally Released on 27 April 2017
Train 2 at Sabine Pass came to a halt due to scheduled maintenance, with no clear date of restarting the facilities. We observed a significant decrease in average send-in level from 2.02 Bcf/d last week to 1.09 Bcf/d this week.
NWS project resumed LNG production on 21-April and is currently operating at a full capacity.
Shell’s Maran Gas Delphi loaded at Idku on 15-April and is now headed toward Far East, ETA 11-May. Also, Engie’s Gdf Suez Cape Ann lifted a cargo at Idku on 21 April and is currently signalling for the Fujairah anchorage, ETA 1-May. Engie’s Provalys discharged her Idku-sourced cargo at Chita and is now ballasting back there to load another cargo, ETA 18-May.
Shell’s Gaslog Shanghai loaded at Peru LNG on 4-April and is delivering her cargo to Dunkerque, ETA 1-May.
Rasgas’ Arctic Aurora is expected with her backhaul Ras Laffan cargo at Zeebrugge on 11-May.
Shell’s Methane Alison Victoria is expected to deliver her Sabine Pass cargo to Royong MTP on 27-April.
Gas Natural’s La Mancha Knutsen lifted a cargo at Sabine Pass on 20-April and is currently signalling for Boryeong, ETA 23-May. This is the second cargo delivered to Boryeong from Sabine Pass.
Vitol’s Wilpride loaded at Bethioua on 23-April and is currently signalling for Port Said with no clear destination.