Kpler US Gas Weekly (Forecast Exports from Sabine Pass)

Originally Released on 4 May 2017

Sabine Pass Inventories
Total Feedgas volumes going into the Sabine Pass facility averaged 2.06 Bcf/d for the week ending yesterday, May 3rd. This is a slight increase from the prior week of April 20th– 26th where total average feedgas levels observed were 1.9 Bcf/d. This also coincides with the slight uptick in Sabine Pass exports observed for the most recent week as seen in the chart below:

Sabine Pass: Lineup

Please find the current Sabine Pass Lineup below. There are an influx of vessels that are expected to arrive to load within the next few weeks.


Imports and Exports

Four vessels arrived to loaded at Sabine Pass during the week of April 27th to May 3rd. Out of the four vessels, 2 were controlled by Shell, one by Cheniere and the remaining vessel by Spain’s Gas Natural. Both Gas Natural and Shell have contractual SPAs to offload from Sabine Pass.

There are a total of five vessels that are forecasted to arrive and load during the week starting today, May 4th. The total volumes expected are slightly higher than those observed during the last three weeks at the terminal as seen in the chart above.

April Cargo Destinations – Significant Latin American deliveries 

The large majority of April deliveries from Sabine Pass went to Mexico and the South America/ Caribbean region – 61% of total April deliveries. Of this amount, 33% of deliveries went to Mexico and the rest to Argentina, Chile and the Dominican Republic. The rest of the imports were distributed amongst various Asian countries, Turkey and the Middle East
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